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Esperanto Behind the Scenes: Ecuador

At first glance, we wouldn't blame you if you thought that making a film was easy. Watching a polished film that has athletes cruising around lush, green hillsides in cloud forests doesn't really look like "work." However, when we say it takes an army to make one of our films, we really mean it. Operating cameras, navigating travel, understanding different languages, building features and directing a film segment is no small feat. Without our small production team, the athletes and help of the local community in Ecuador, we simply would not have one of our favorite segments in Esperanto. Check out all the work that was put in to make the trip what it was in Episode 1 of the Esperanto Behind the Scenes: Ecuador. 

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