26 Seconds - Sex Trafficking Documentary Film
Organized by: Kelly Galindo
Returned from India
July 19, 2017
One child is trafficked every 26 seconds, the majority end up in the sex trade.
"26 Seconds" is a dramatic feature-length survey documentary about the horrors of human trafficking across the world. It features the stories of girls from vastly different cultures and highlights the active efforts of survivors and other individuals and organizations to rescue them.
For over two years, director Kelly Galindo has been collecting accounts from survivors and rescue organizations around the world. Now, we are launching a campaign to rause funds needed to finish production.
Kelly Galindo's vision for the film is to spread awareness by educating audiences and giving voice to those who have been silenced. Her vision is also to have a production that is beneficial for all who participate. A percentage of any profit made on the film will go to rescue organizations.
And, as a thank you to our donors, we are offering incentives in the form of products made by survivors who are part of reintegration programs.
45-day Fundraising Campaign to FINISH PRODUCTION
LAUNCH DATE: August 1, 2017
$15,000 Production Crew
$10,000 Filming in Cambodia and Thailand
$8,000 Filming in Iraq
$7,000 Filming in India
$3,000 Filming in Bakersfield
$2,000 Filming in Tijuana
$2,000 Filming in Orange County
$1,000 Filming in Los Angeles
$2,000 Filming in Las Vegas
Please join us in this effort and donate!
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