The film was amazing, it captured both what the Trust is trying to achieve in our avoidable blindness work and the true goodness of Dr Rono. I know that everyone was moved by it.Dr Astrid Bonfield CBE. Chief Executive, The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust
In a remote parts of Kenya where eye-care services are nearly non-existent and thousands of people are suffering from preventable blindness, Dr Hilary Rono is changing lives. With the help of brand new technology called PEEK, a portable eye examination kit which allows smartphones to be used as a diagnostic tool, Dr Rono is one of a growing number of eye care specialists who are now able to identify eye problems before it’s too late, giving hundreds of people a chance at a new life.
‘Double Joy’ was shot in Kenya for the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust who are working towards the elimination of avoidable blindness across the Commonwealth.
Director: Benjamin Chesterton
Videographer: Benjamin Chesterton, Chris Keenan
Producer: Benjamin Chesterton
Music: Will McPherson, Adam Skinner, Dan Skinner, Jeremy Sherman, Patrick Hawes, Chris Blackwell, Olive Musique