The film is a Fairytale/Parable about the child sex trafficking epidemic that has overrun our city of Atlanta. We are using the film to not only raise awareness but provoke meaningful ... See full summary »
Racial family conflict results in a horrific car accident that leaves Marcus Wells a successful African American executive, proud husband and father--alone, in a secret world of guilt and ... See full summary »
Sandra Dee Robinson
Los Angeles has been overtaken by a virus known as Sudden Death Syndrome, a disease that causes its victim to die suddenly and has only one symptom... spontaneously breaking into well-choreographed song and dance.
Sawdust in the Blood used to be a Carny compliment...not a description of a crime scene. There are a thousand sideshows playing thousands of small towns in 1936 when the Knuckles Brothers ... See full summary »
Ralph Winston has never cried; not when he was a baby, not when his heart was crushed by his high school sweetheart, not even when he first saw Steven Spielberg's E.T. So when his father ... See full summary »
Dora Madison Burge
The film is a Fairytale/Parable about the child sex trafficking epidemic that has overrun our city of Atlanta. We are using the film to not only raise awareness but provoke meaningful action towards this issue taking place in our own backyard. Written by
What a BRILLIANT way to make a PSA. Such a creative approach to show awareness of this horrible and haunting reality in the Atlanta Community.
I loved the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Theme...It really drew me in instantly!! This story touched me and brought me to tears.
I have known about this horrible victimizing problem in our Atlanta community for some time now and I am so pleased to see such a talented and bright production team bring light and attention to this horror.
I don't think anyone could of done it in a more captivating way. I loved the picture, script, talented actors,,,etc etc!!! Great job guys, GREAT JOB!
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