Worldwide Cinema Frames studios/films LLC 

  We Film To Make People Care

About The Director
Raouf J Jacob is a human rights activist and the Executive Director at  WCF studios/films & the Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston. Jacob "Films To Make People Care" about human rights violations and the human condition around the globe. The award winning director is originally from war-torn Sierra Leone, West Africa. His family fled Sierra Leone at the climax of the barbaric civil war in 1999 and immigrated to Boston, MA in January of 2000.  Jacob is now a documentarian and has written, produced and directed documentaries, spotlighting social and political injustice. His films include, “Cry, America,” which explored the tragic wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and America’s war in Iraq. The filmmaker also created the “In a Blind World” series, which explored Nazi Dictator Adolf Hitler’s “Final Solution of the Jewish Problem,” the Rwandan Genocide of 1994, the current ongoing genocide in Sudan’s western region of Darfur, the persecution of the Baha’i community in Iran and the reign of former warlord Pablo Escobar in The Republic of Colombia. “Sierra Leone: A Culture of Silence” is the filmmaker’s most recent multiple award winning documentary feature film. Jacob has collaborated and continues to work with Non Governmental Organizations around the world in hopes of raising awareness about human rights violations near and far.

About The Executive Producer 

Lara M. Moreno is an Executive Producer at WCF studios/films and the Co- Founder and Co-Director of the Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston.  Ms. Moreno also served as a producer on “Sierra Leone: A Culture of Silence.” The producer is originally from Madrid, Spain, where she acquired an undergraduate degree in International Politics and Relations. In addition, Moreno also acquired a Bachelor's in Multidisciplinary Studies here in the U.S. She also acquired a Master’s Degree in Business Administration in Boston, MA. Since then, Moreno has collaborated with independent documentary filmmaker Raouf J. Jacob and has produced unflinching documentaries about the human condition and human rights violations around the globe. Moreno also works in partnership with Raouf J. Jacob, as a Co-Organizer of the Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston. The producer also holds a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies, focusing on Educational Leadership and Development. Her journey to Africa has inspired her to become a liscensed public educator.  As a bilingual educator, Moreno  currently teaches  Spanish as Foreign Language and English as a Second Language (ESL).