The Documentary category at the Oscars doesn’t often get much attention. However for me when I heard that the film, Smile Pinki: A real-world fairy tale, profiled international charity The Smile Train my ears perked up.

Smile Pinki tells the real-world fairy tale of one young life changed forever and takes you inside one of Smile Train’s incredible partner hospitals. This same magic happens every day for hundreds of children with cleft all over the world, thanks to your contributions and the 2,238 Smile Train doctors and nurses who give these children not just a new smile, but a second chance at life.

Congratulations to filmmaker Megan Mylan for winning Best Documentary Short and to The Smile Train for all the great work you do!

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Posted on 23 February 2009

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Christian says:

    Once again smile train is influencing good people to do even better. This organization has done remarkable work and I can’t wait to hear of more projects, films, and surgery success stories to come.


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