Father Wally “Padre Pablo” Kasuboski - Main Subject
Padre Pablo is a Wisconsin-born priest who has dedicated the last 28 years of his life to improving the lives of the people in Eastern Panama.
Thanks to his dedicated volunteers from his hometown, and the surrounding area, this Capuchin Franciscan priest has been able to construct a wide variety of infrastructure from simple one room schools to churches to hospitals to the largest rural aqueduct system in Central America.
Kurt Sensenbrenner - Director, Producer, Cinematographer, & Editor
Kurt is a freelance documentary filmmaker in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he works as a cinematographer, camera operator, and assistant camera person.
Previously Kurt was the director of photography for the documentary short The Game Changer, about a dance choreographer who, through the Rehabilitation Through Arts program, teaches modern dance to male prisoners in upstate New York. It is currently screening in film festivals internationally.
Colin Sytsma - Co-Director, Producer, Cinematographer, & Editor
Colin is a Milwaukee based freelance documentary filmmaker who, after working at the award-winning documentary film company 371 Productions for two and half years, started Wood Grain Media.
Currently Colin is the director of photography on the feature documentary When Claude Got Shot, a 371 Production following a horrific gun violence incident and its aftermath.
Previously Colin produced Wisconsin’s Mining Standofffor the television show Fault Lines on Al Jazeera America, and was the main location sound engineer on There Are Jews Here, a feature length story about what Jewish life looks like in small town America.
Lucas M. Dantas - Editor
Lucas is a Brazilian journalist, writer, and film editor located in Brooklyn, New York. This is the second documentary Lucas has worked on concerning freshwater in Latin America.