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DIGITAL DREAMERS is set within the high tech economy of global entrepreneurial culture. The film follows three ambitious, talented migrant entrepreneurs – two from Spain, one from Nigeria – who have launched startups in Silicon Valley, the Mecca for high tech dreamers from all over the world. But with a failure rate of 99.6%, their chances of survival are minimal, and each of these entrepreneurs are additionally challenged by immigration, capital, and family. Still, each is willing to risk everything, including their families, in order to chase their dreams. Learn More at: https://itvs.org/films/hacker-house
Nancy Kelly, Producer. For 25 years, Nancy Kelly has produced and directed independent documentary and narrative films. She directed and co-produced the critically acclaimed American Playhouse film Thousand Pieces of Gold, which played theatrically in the U.S. as well as in many international film festivals, and was broadcast worldwide. Ms. Kelly also produced and directed the documentaries Cowgirls: Portraits Of American Ranch Women; A Cowhand’s Song: Crisis on the Range, and Sweeping Ocean Views. Cowgirls was broadcast on the National Geographic show Explorer and in the United Kingdom, and won many film festival awards. She directed Onetree, the pilot segment for a documentary series about art for KQED-TV/San Francisco. Her work of creative nonfiction, When We Were Cowgirls, will be published by the University of Utah Press. Nancy Kelly is a native of North Adams, Massachusetts, who now lives in California.
Kenji Yamamoto, Producer/Director. Kenji Yamamoto has been editing and producing documentary and narrative films for more than 30 years, winning numerous awards.
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