Disguised as mere backpackers, and armed only with two small video cameras, a wireless mic and our trusty packs, we will venture into Burma…on a mission. Here’s the plan: We are going to shoot a feature-length documentary, in and about the nation of Burma and its ongoing conflict. Our film’s narrative will play out as two simultaneous stories: In Rangoon, we have assembled an unprecedented list of contacts (including military leaders, human rights activists, former child soldiers, former members of parliament and many more) who will discuss the situation in its entirety via on-camera interviews; how the situation began, how it has evolved, and what needs to happen to spur change. At the same time, we’ll lead the viewers on a truly unbelievable voyage as the four of us live alongside the refugees. We will learn their individual stories, get to know them as individuals, and ask them what we can do to help. We will see what life is really like for these displaced people fighting for their human rights. The cameras will follow us as we trudge through the jungles, into the villages of the displaced, where we’ll spend time with some of the most affected victims to hear their stories first-hand. We’ll walk in their shoes. We’ll show the world what life on the run is really like. The film will be shot in a fresh, gritty, guerilla style, while also infusing our unique brand of humor and flair to make the film appealing not just to activists and freedom fighters, but to the internet/MTV generation of which we are a part of. We stronly and whole heartedly believe that more young people would get involved if they were better infomed about what is going on in the world around them. This documentary could be the door that opens to motivate today's twenty something's to get involved. Upon our return home, we’ll assemble the footage and interweave the two stories into a documentary that is not only entertaining and informative, but easily accessible to the public— even, and especially, the MTV generation. Raising awareness is the best way to spawn change. And to do so in an engaging manner is the best way to acquire the most viewers. So, with foreign governments refused access and international news crews strictly forbidden, this is the best and only way to get footage out. The images and stories we capture will be educational, eye-opening and profound, to say the least. Our film will educate and entertain the masses and spawn a call for action. This project will be the first of many for the organization we are founding called "Who Will, We Will!". The main goal of this organization is to, functioning as a not for profit, provide aid and assistance to people in need in Southeast Asia, and motivate younger people to get off the couch, put down the video games, and get involved. By our unique perspectives, and being young people ourselves, we believe we can inspire our generation more than previous mediums. We know that by using film documentary, and first hand accounts, we can convey the urgency and need to get involved in social, political and environmental issues around the globe. The world needs less "reality TV" watchers, and more educated, motivated, and informed young people. We hope that as we grow, we can build satelite groups within communities, internships, and clubs and programs for schools. The world's future is in the hand's of today's youth.