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A new film project launched in January by The Mentalist actor Tim Kang is being praised by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (Ncmec) for the awareness it will bring to the issues of abducted and sexually abused children.

Kang is best known for his role in the CBS hit drama “The Mentalist” as the fan favorite character California law enforcement investigator “Kimball Cho.”

Kang announced in January that his new film production company, One Shoot Films, had launched a short film competition. Story ideas for the competition will address the real life crimes of child abduction and sexually abused children. The competition is open to new and emerging writers and directors. The winning screenplay will be produced by One Shoot Films and submitted to U.S. and International film festivals.

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