In 2011, a young filmmaker named JJ Starr came to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to make a full-length documentary that focused on AFE's very first graduating class. In this documentary, JJ walks with three particular students in that class and allows them the opportunity to not only tell their story but also tell the story of the ministry of Amor, Fe y Esperanza [AFE].
The Dust on our Feet won several awards including
"Award of Merit" 2013 Accolade Film Competition
"Best Documentary Feature" 2014 Illinois International Film Festival
"Best Social-Issue Film" 2014 Costa Rica International Film Festival