Bringing to life the story of The Last Hope (The Film) in a feature length documentary is Karen Goodman, a four time Academy Award nominated director and winner of Best Documentary 2011, along with four Emmy nominations with two wins, alongside Buddy Squires an Oscar nominated filmmaker and Emmy Award winning cinematographer, his credits include two Academy Award-winning films, 7 Academy Award nominated productions, 10 Emmy Award winning films, and 28 Emmy nominated productions. Buddy has received 12 Emmy nominations including one win.
The Last Hope feature length documentary from Executive Producers Graeme Alistair Scott and Kathy A LoPrimo is due for completion and release in 2018. Sharing a passion for story telling, The Last Hope will offer the audience a unique perspective of what war means on an everyday basis through the voices of those who spend each and every day caring for those affected, the good men and women of Emergency. We cover those working on the frontline, those dealing with the repercussions and those saving lives of the desperate driven to extreme dangers in search of safety and hope.
Dover Street Film works with Academy Award winning directors, cinematographers and producers to create award winning feature films and documentaries. The first film to be released, The Last Hope is a feature length documentary with Oscar and Emmy nominated cinematographer Buddy Squires following Italian NGO ‘Emergency’ and their staff in Iraq, Afghanistan, Italy, Sudan and the Mediterranean off the coast of Libya. A slate of dramatic feature films are in development and production.
Subsequent to request from local authorities and other organisations, Emergency has also helped to renovate and equip pre-existing health facilities. Emergency promotes a culture of solidarity, peace and respect for human rights. Since 1994 almost 7 million people have received free, high quality health care from Emergency, who are continuously addressing the needs of victims of war across the world.