Each 90-minute, feature film will star actor Dean Cain. We need to raise the remaining $40K to start filming during the Summer 2020. Proceeds from this film will support national and local sex-trafficking organizations.
With any donation of $100 or more YOUR NAME will be listed in the ending credits of the film. Learn at www.TraffickingFilm.com
Films do make a difference in our culture ..... And your donation can help. You see, unfortunately when we hear the words “sex trafficking,” we immediately think of women and children overseas who are being forced into the sex trade. That’s not the full story; unbelievably Americans are trafficking other Americans and most of them are underage.
NOT FOR SALE: AMERICA is a unique series of innovative and educational films produced in conjunction with local law enforcement, depicting true stories of sex trafficking crimes from each state in America. You see, not only do trafficking crimes differ from state to state, but the challenges facing law enforcement can vary as well. The goal of these films is to make our communities safer, more informed and vigilant to this growing epidemic.
Not For Sale – Florida
Frank Devono, a retired NYPD officer moved to Florida about five years ago. To pass time and to earn a few extra bucks, Frank takes up Ubering. However, a dark side of sunshine state is soon revealed, and Frank and his team of hospitality bandits challenge the evil head on.
Central Florida is known for its booming tourism market and thriving work industries, but a silent enslaved population of human-trafficking victims hides among the millions of people that travel throughout the region.
In fact, Orlando ranks third in the U.S. in sex trafficking. NOT FOR SALE – ORLANDO is a new feature film depicting how the hospitality industry in Florida is teaming up with law enforcement to end this pervasive evil.
Not For Sale – West Virginia
One small coal mining community in West Virginia goes out of its way to rescue a family in crises.
West Virginia is one of our nation’s most beautiful states. However, because of its geographical location, the state has become a very popular travel route for traffickers. In addition, West Virginia faces more child prostitution and familial trafficking cases than any state in the country.
West Virginia is also leading the nation in its law enforcement response to trafficking. From maximizing prison sentences for traffickers to widespread community awareness and educational programs.
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