The idea for our film came from a unique set of films that were produced about the 9/11 tragedy. Memory Box: Echoes of 9/11 is a film about the experiences people had during and after the terror attack on the twin towers in New York back in 2001.
The concept for the film is that survivors went into a tiny structure and in their own words and in their own time explained what happened to them at the time of the attack and 20 years later.
Our concept for a film is to film inside a tiny/micro home and ask homeless people a simple question:
We are raising money for the pilot and have a $1500 match so each dollar you donate will double.
The Film Narrative: In their own words, we will record women, families and youth reacting to this question and those reactions will be the main basis for this film.
We are also going to include interviews with key thought leaders both locally and around the USA who are doing great work with tiny homes.
Our Goal: Produce a 20 minutes film that will change minds about the face of homelessness. And, provide our community with a way to help people by putting tiny / micro homes on their properties. We will screen the film sometime in the 2nd quarter of 2023 and provide the film to organizations for their own educational purposes.
How To Participate: If you want to participant, either as a donor or a film informant, please contact: Maren Elwood
831 238 5503