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Kaizo is a short documentary that reveals how a niche video-gaming community single handedly raises millions of dollars for charities each year. The story is told from the perspectives of GrandPOObear, a professional gamer and world record holding speedrunner, and Andrew MacCalla the Director of Direct Relief’s emergency response team, a worldwide humanitarian aid organization whose mission is to improve the health and lives of people affected by natural disasters.

About the Director:

Jeremy Lethco graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2008 with a double major in film studies and media arts. In 2010 he and his business partner, Austin Grebenc, founded dustoftheground, a small production company based in Columbia, SC. Over the past decade they have produced award winning advertisements and branded content for clients of all shapes and sizes. Leading a small production company allows Jeremy to work in several aspects of each production but he primarily serves as the teams director and editor.

Film Contact:

Jeremy Lethco Director: jeremy@dustoftheground.com


  • Runtime
    20 minutes
  • Language
    American English
  • Country
    United States of America and The Bahamas
  • Premiere
    Central Oregon Premiere (South of Portland and east of the Cascades), Oregon Premiere, Northwest Premiere (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana)
  • Director
    Jeremy Lethco