Valerie Renee’ Campbell’s Compelling Doc “1354 Ribbon Lane”
You might very well be able to pass a homeless person on the street but, if you see one second of the upcoming film, “1354 Ribbon Lane”, you will become fixed in thought. In the first scene you’re chained to the reality, and you immediately discern that this is a piece that is worthy. What’s different about passing them on the street verses this film? We tend to tune these ‘invisible’ people out, and instantly transform into defensive and offensive mode simultaneously, when we encounter them up close, on the street. But, when you have a chance to feel safe, and see this some distance away from the over crowding feeling that being in the vicinity of a single homeless person can trigger, then you are free to open yourself up to their situation. Their situation is our situation. Will you now take a look?
This film is not yet complete and this indie filmmaker can use your help. She’s been working on this project for over a year, so you know it’s a labor of love. If you are interested in helping her deliver this thought provoking film to audiences, you can donate/sponsor this project, thereby helping her give birth to a wonderful contribution to the film world. You can even perhaps become an assistant producer, depending on your financial commitment!
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