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A Powerful New Documentary On Homeless Youth Needs Small/Modest Donations To Finish Production.

Film Producer Steven Keller is a long time friend of Project Censored and the producer of our documentaty Is the Press Really Free

20111228155543 IGG thumbnail20111228 28586 1810gcr 0 A Powerful New Documentary On Homeless Youth Needs Small/Modest Donations To Finish Production.

Narrated by Martin Sheen in 1998. Steve’s new documentary Invisible Young is a feature-length film that tells the story of four young adults, all of whom were homeless as teenagers in Seattle Washington. It takes a revealing look at their families, their day-to-day lives, their possible fates, and explores what options they have for a hopeful, prosperous future.

Steve needs only a few thousands dollars to finish this powerful documentary. Project Censored recommends that you support the finalization of this film with a small/modest donation.

www.indiegogo.com/invisibleyoung (fundraising campaign)

www.invisibleyoung.com (the film’s website)

Invisible Young is a sponsored project of The International Documentary Association, a 501C-3 non-profit organization. All contributions may be tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Peter Phillips
President: Media Freedom Foundation/Project Censored

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