Children Of The Night Film EMILY

EMILY

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Industry Charities, Foundations, Volunteers
Media Film
Market United States
Production Flickerfreefilms
Director Michael Stahlberg
Editor John Lafferty A.c.e.
Released April 2011

Credits & Description

Category: Internet Film
Advertiser: CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT
Product/Service: OUTREACH TO HOMELESS TEENS
Production Company: FLICKERFREEFILMS, Beverly Hills, USA
Date of First Appearance: Apr 22 2011
Copywriter: Michael Stahlberg
Advertiser's Supervisor: Dr. Lois Lee
Producer: Michael Stahlberg
Director: Michael Stahlberg
Editor: John Lafferty A.c.e.
Sound Design/Arrangement: Dave Eichhorn
Animation: David Templin
Cameraman: Dave Yeonman/Michael Stahlberg
Music: "a Shot Away" Written/Performed By Bryan Corbett/Jeff Fedak -- Courtesy Of Grand Slam Music
Cinematographer: Dave Yeonman
Editing Company: Digital Dogs
Other Credits: Wardrobe Stylist: Carla Morris -- Make Up/Hair Stylist: Catherine Raffaele

English Description
This is the story of Emily, one of three homeless teens, who we follow in the cause of one night. She is new on the street, and her friend, even though protective, is about to indoctrinate her into a life of prostitution. Her decisions will impact her life, and the lives of the other girls who she will meet. All three stories combined complete a mature perspective of life for a runaway teenager.

Set in front of a voice over of anonymous teenage girls as they read sections of a good bye letter to their parents, it is obvious that the hopes and expectations of a life after escaping from home are all but shattered in the presence of the harsh realities of surviving on the street.

This campaign targets runaway teenage girls in crisis, their friends and their social circle. In the age of viral messaging even homeless teens can gain access to cell phones and viral social networks. The infra structure to reach out to them has never been better and the goal is to address them directly, not to judge them, but gain their trust, offer shelter, hope and a way out.