Burned Girl

April 30, 2015  :  With WonderWork
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About the Project

WonderWork is a charitable organization that provides free surgeries for children in the poorest countries of the world. Blue Chalk traveled to India to document the powerful story of Ragini, a nine-year-old girl who was severely burned and, after seven and a half years, treated by a renowned plastic surgeon for the poor, Dr. Subodh Kumar Singh.

Ragini is one of millions of children who are suffering from severe burn injuries. Through a quick and inexpensive miracle surgery, these children can be saved, according to WonderWork. The video and stills documenting Ragini's surgery support BurnRescue, a WonderWork charity created to provide free surgeries for these children.

  • Brent Stirton/Getty Images, Co-Director
  • Robert Wilson, Co-Director
  • Greg Snider, Editor
  • Dan Quintero, Assistant Editor
  • Gayatri Kaul, Producer
  • Jamie Francis, Additional cinematography
  • 2-Track Mind, Original music
  • Digital One, Sound design
  • Rob Finch, Creative Director
  • Greg Moyer, Co-Executive Producer
  • Pam Huling, Co-Executive Producer
Services Provided
  • Original Cinematography
  • Original Music Composition
  • Original Still Photography
  • Post-Production