|Cast: ||Ari Maniel Cruz, Patricia Gonzalez, Shanti Suttin|
|Crew: ||Executive Producers: Ava Wiland - Producers: Ava Wiland, Kevin Kears, Julia Volonts - Screenwriters: Rafael Salazar Moreno|
Jeremy, a young Latin American journalist living and working in New York, is moving into an apartment with his girlfriend the following day, but receives a phone call one evening telling him he has to go to Haiti to cover the earthquake. His dream of covering a life-changing story has come, and he is eager to go to Haiti, and be where the news is. But when he arrives at his office, his editor has changed his mind and tells Jeremy to hold back one day while he thinks about sending him. In the meantime, Jeremy is assigned to cover a story of a missing boy.Jeremy complies and goes to the missing child's house, where the boy's mother, a poor Latino woman, holds up a picture of her son desperately pleading for someone to help her find him. But Jeremy is not paying attention; his head is in Haiti.Back at the television station office, where Jeremy is editing the story of the missing boy, he is told that he's not going to Haiti, that they're sending someone more experienced.Saddened and disillusioned, Jeremy leaves the office early to help his girlfriend move into the new apartment. In a crowded train on his way back home, he sees a young boy sitting across from him eating candy, but Jeremy gets up at his stop and walks away to be lost in the crowds.The child sitting in front of him was Camilo, the missing boy.
Rafael Salazar Moreno is a young filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. Following his under-graduate studies in Audiovisual Communications and a Masters degree in documentary film in Spain, he developed his professional career as a cameraman and editor for several TV networks and online media. He is currently the co-founder and member of the collective VideosSquared.