Visigoth Pictures partnered with Peas in their Pods, a local non-profit organization that supports families with missing children here in Atlanta. The film used an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds and awareness for not only the production of the film, but to also help support their community partner. Visigoth also found a way to further give back to the Atlanta community by having 16-year-old Atlanta based singer/songwriter Lyric Rachae' perform the title track to the film which was produced by Atlanta's own State of Mind Muzic. In addition, they brought in 20 Dunwoody High School students to intern on set during production.
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Actress Jasmine Guy Stars in Film about Missing & Exploited Children at BronzeLens Film Festival:
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