DOCUMENTARY "CITY OF HOPE: A CHILDREN'S STORY"

City of Hope: A Children’s Story documents the stark life of Brazil’s favela (slums) children, and is a feature-length documentary capturing the lives of displaced children caught in a seemingly unending web of drugs, violence, prostitution, sexual slavery and deliberate acts to exterminate these unwanted children. In a country with an enlightened government, it is also a film of hope and salvation as both government and Brazil’s affluent private sector work to save these children.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Seeking Donations


We are planning a trip down to Brazil to start shooting a 30-minute version of this 90 to 120 minute documentary. We were wondering if anyone might be willing to donate their United or American Airline mileage to us in order to fly down to Brazil. If anyone is interested we would be most grateful for the donation.

We would send you a letter stating that you donated the mileage so that you could write it off on your tax return. You name would also be added to the credits. Any help would be most appreciated.

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