The documentary followed three girls who were volunteering in the Catholic NGO called “Heart Home” in Athens, Greece. Alongside the daily religious practices, the three girls, Adele, Klaudia and Roky, aimed to serve the people who are suffering, lonely and poor, such as homeless people and refugee kids. With different personal background, they reflected upon their relations with the people they served. Through engaging in the Catholic movement, they hoped to bring presence and compassion to these people in order to show the caring and love little by little. Such culture of compassion, to serve the people wholeheartedly, intertwined with their spiritual life, eventually leading to their contemplation of the real presence of the God.
Diane Agatha is a visual anthropologist making film and video work that emerge from the intersections between art and anthropology. She studied Gender Studies, Media Sociology and Anthropology between Switzerland and Germany, and completed her MA in Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths University in London.
Despoina Kalogianni is a current student of the Communication and Media studies at the University of Athens. Her fascination lays with the fusion of anthropology and film. Particularly, her area of interest is their capacity of generating narratives that uncover under-represented perspectives.
Kitty Ka Wai Chan received her Bachelor’s degree of Social Science from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2017. Her major subject was Government and Public Administration and minor subject was Anthropology. She is interested in the governmentality and multiculturalism in refugee issues.