Film > Don't Stop Me Now

This 30-minute documentary film tells the stories of four undocumented youth struggling to get ahead in life. These youth were raised in the United States and consider themselves as American. They've done everything right: excelled in school, distinguished themselves as public servants, and served as role models for their peers. Now they want to go to college. They've got the grades and test scores, but the odds are stacked against them. All must overcome severe financial challenges, no access to government aid, and vehement political opposition. Despite these challenges, they hold fast to their dreams and remain committed to traditional American values of hard work and perseverance.

Directed, Edited, and Shot by Katharine Gin
Produced by Katharine Gin and Carrie Evans
Music by Kjell Nordeson

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