ONE DAY I TOO GO FLY is the story of students from Tanzania, Rwanda, Zimbabwe and Nigeria as they go through undergraduate studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). As they arrive from diverse African backgrounds and immerse themselves in the challenge of rigorous academics and navigating a new world, we embark with them on a unique quest – for knowledge and for the adults they will become. What happens to them over the next four years as they are molded into first-class engineers at America’s premier technological university?
Arthur Musah (producer/director) and Brook Turner (producer) have been working on this independent project since May 2011. Their bios can be found on the Filmmakers page.
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