Deborah Ellis Brock (with child on lap), the main subject of Melissa Kirkendall’s upcoming documentary “Little Village, Big Mountain,” at a game of musical chairs with indigenous children at the 2016 La Calera Community Christmas celebration in Ecuador. At left is Brock’s father, Ron Ellis, along with Diane Fogel, who co-sponsored the event with Brock and Ellis
Deborah Ellis Brock (with child on lap), the main subject of Melissa Kirkendall’s upcoming documentary “Little Village, Big Mountain,” at a game of musical chairs with indigenous children at the 2016 La Calera Community Christmas celebration in Ecuador. At left is Brock’s father, Ron Ellis, along with Diane Fogel, who co-sponsored the event with Brock and Ellis Courtesy of Melissa Kirkendall Facebook
Deborah Ellis Brock (with child on lap), the main subject of Melissa Kirkendall’s upcoming documentary “Little Village, Big Mountain,” at a game of musical chairs with indigenous children at the 2016 La Calera Community Christmas celebration in Ecuador. At left is Brock’s father, Ron Ellis, along with Diane Fogel, who co-sponsored the event with Brock and Ellis Courtesy of Melissa Kirkendall Facebook

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