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The Rise of Basketball in Rwanda

AWARD WINNING: International Motion Arts Award 2019

On March 17th, over 1,000 Shooting Touch youth and women took part of our first 5k march through the streets of Kayonza, Rwanda to raise awareness for gender and health equity. Men and women marched to our annual International Women's Day tournament hosted on the (2) courts we built while over 2,000 spectators cheered on.

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http://www.ShootingTouch.com Shooting Touch, a Boston and Rwanda based NGO, has developed started a basketball revolution among women in the Eastern province of Rwanda. 350 women across 5 villages now practice and play daily together on the court while younger boys and girls line the sidelines to cheer them on.

Shooting Touch board member and athletic director at Noble and Greenough School, Alex Gallagher, gives a speech to a group of basketball coaches in Rwanda. Shot and Edited by Chris Cardoza

Directed, Shot and Edited by Chris Cardoza

Personal: Using basketball as a platform for health education and social development for youth from under-resourced areas in the world. About: Since 2007, Shooting Touch has grown from a local basketball organization in Boston to an international NGO using basketball as a platform for social development and education with work on 3 continents, 7 countries - positively impacting over 3,500 youths globally each year.

Directed, Shot and Edited by Chris Cardoza

Personal Project: Erick Niyitanga never played basketball before he was introduced to Shooting Touch. His sole responsibility before he ever shot his first free throw was to provide for his ill mother and 3 younger siblings following the passing of their father. Now he supports his family coaching basketball. This is his story. 

Directed, Shot and Edited by Chris Cardoza

Personal Project: In the Eastern Province of Rwanda, a Boston-based organization uses the sport of basketball to educate the youth about health, gender equality and life. Shot in Rwinkwavu, Kayonza and Kigali, this film tells the story of how basketball has the power to improve lives and empower the youth. Narrated by Jackie MacMullan.  

Official selection by the United Nations Office of Sport for Development and Peace 2015 IDSDP Video Contest.  


Commercial: ISlide product creation story behind the new Waves Gel.

Commercial: An exclusive, behind-the-scenes look into the process of making a pair of custom ISlides. It is more than you may think.. Filmed and edited by Doza Visuals www.ISlideUSA.com @ISlideUSA #StandInWhatYouStandFor


The inside look into the design process behind JJ Watt’s Valor Edition where he meets with a Navy SEAL at his home in Houston.

Fitness Influencer Ashley Horner.

Commercial: "I've worn a lot of training shoes, I never wore a great one - This might be the great one." JJ Watt sees and tries out the final version of his signature training shoe, The JJ I, for the very first time. Watch his reaction as he takes it through a typical workout.

Commercial: As a gymnast, Aly Raisman, prepares for competition once again - she embodies what it means to "Be More Human" through hard work, focus and mental strength.

Commercial: Adaptive athlete and aspiring bodybuilder Nick Santonastasso has dedicated his adult life to ignoring his disability and getting fit.


Directed by Chris Cardoza, Produced by Doza Visuals, Cinematography by Elias Miranda and Chris Cardoza

Nonprofit: The BASE operates a premier national urban youth training academy which combines sports and academic opportunities with a methodology that cultivates excellence, belief and love. We are making the invisible, visible and shining a spotlight on the limitless potential of our young people.

Shooting Touch Boston

NEW FILM: Shooting Touch details their organization's domestic program in Boston serving over 200 urban females using sport to extend health education on nutrition, mental health and health peer relationships. The "day in the life" of Christina Pham is an incredible outlook at the impact Shooting Touch is making. Sports matter.

NGO Film: https://www.shootingtouch.com/g3-boston/ Getting Girls in the Game is Boston based female sport for development program run by nonprofit organization Shooting Touch. Currently enrolling over 75 public middle and junior high school girls between the ages of 10 and 15 at three of the city's public charter schools and youth centers, G3 in partnership with The Boston Police Department provides a safe supportive sport-based response to barriers in girls' health, self-esteem, and access to regularly scheduled physical activity.

Pak Solutions

Commissioned by Pak Solutions to tell the story of a small town manufacturing facility making the great American come back.

Institute for Protein Innovation

Commissioned by Timmothy Springer, Ph.D’s newly formed Institute for Protein Innovation.