"26 Seconds" is a dramatic documentary episodic miniseries that peers behind an evil shadowy curtain of this rampant global plague. It takes audiences from the neon underground in Thailand to the dusty refugee camps of Iraq; from the glitz and glam of Las Vegas to across the border in Tijuana; from the sunny streets of Southern California to the slums of New Delhi, Phnom Penh and East Africa. The 26 Seconds pilot is currently available on the online platforms listed below. Creating Awareness & a Call to Action in 68 English Speaking countries and over 120 countries overall.
The 26 Seconds pilot has also been officially selected to be screened at the American International Film and Art Festival 2019. The AIFA Fest will be held on October 18, 19 and 20 in Boulder, Colorado.
Inspired by true events in Utah, Unseen is about a teenage girl’s innocent social media mistake. Carly, 17, like most teenagers, want to have her own money, be seen at parties, get out of her small town and find something better, even become famous. Carly’s way out of her current situation comes in the form of a social media avert that she sees on her phone. An agency looking for models and offering them a prize of $1,000. Due to some everyday white lies, Carly puts herself in an unsafe position. Carly’s lies lead to her being unseen, never to be seen again. The next day when family and friends realize that no-one knows Carly’s whereabouts, it’s too late. This is “fame lure” and can happen to any child, anywhere at any time.
Watch exclusive interviews with the cast of Unseen here.
See theaters showing Unseen here.
October 23, 2019
Venice Youth Network Meeting from 10:30am to 12:00pm
Neighborhood Meeting from 12:00pm to 12:30pm
Culver City Presbyterian Church
11269 Washington Boulevard in Culver City
The Health Neighborhood is a gathering of key partners, young people, community members, business owners, volunteers, and faith based organizations. We come together to coordinate and collaborate resources so improve the overall health and wellbeing of the community. The meeting will provide space for participants to share what's going on at their organizations. We will continue to highlight the experiences of those seeking services and support within our community. There are no requirements for joining the Health Neighborhood other than wanting to improve the wellbeing of our community. We hope to see you there! Feel free to bring flyers for the resource table to promote any programs or events. Email email@example.com with questions or click here to register.
ACAMS Southern California Chapter’s 10th Anniversary Gala
November 15, 2019
City Club Los Angeles
555 S Flower St 51st Floor in Downtown Los Angeles
Ten years ago, a small group of people took on the challenge of establishing this local chapter in hopes of providing AML professionals in Southern California with resources to learn and network within our community.. Today, AMCAMS provide training and support presenting topics relevant to the times, and serving professionals through afternoon learning sessions to full day AML Symposiums widely attended by professionals in various industries. To celebrate their 10th year, ACAMS is planning a fundraising Gala to support CAST-LA, the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and human Trafficking in Los Angeles. For more information, please contact Andrea Winter at firstname.lastname@example.org or (786) 871-3030.
Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force Quarterly Meeting
9:30am to 11:30am
Center for Healthy Communities, Yosemite Room B
1000 N. Alameda Street in Los Angeles
Please join us in the next LARHTTF Quarterly Meeting with updates on the task force, the subcommittees and for the chance to network, share resources and consult with the different stakeholders. Parking is free. Please bring brochures and other resources to share! For more information, please email email@example.com
April 3, 2020 – 6pm to 10pm
April 4, 2020 – 10am to 10pm
Warner Grand Theatre and Grand Annex
478 W. 6th Street in San Pedro
Our goal is to raise awareness of human trafficking both domestic and acrossthe globe and provide connection to organizations and agencies working to combat this growing criminal activity. Through diverse genres and art forms, the See It End It Festival will demonstrate that there is a place for everyone to use their passion, talents, professional and personal networks to assist in the fight against human exploitation. We encourage greater use of the arts to achieve domestic and global awareness and provide strategies to end human trafficking.