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Child sex trafficking is a silent epidemic that is occurring all through the United States and the world, making social ruin for the young children, adult survivors, and society. In the United States there are an estimated 100,000-300,000 sexually abused kids. Children as young as 5 years of age are known to have been trafficked and sold. The average age of a trafficked child in the United States is 14 years of age.
By contributing to AIMEE you will be helping expose the crucial issue of the child sex trafficking epidemic happening right here in the United States. AIMEE is a social mindfulness film that conveys to light this sensitive issue in an inciting and enrapturing storyline directed by Lee Whittaker who’s last social mindfulness film about homelessness won more than 16 International film awards, including the “Film Heals” award.
The picture wrapped on principal photography in late December and now begins the PostProduction process. Funds will be used to complete the film and begin the festival circuit. There are contribution perks for every donation and when we reach the goal those contributions will be sent out immediately.
The goal of this film will ideally drive a development to change enactment and punishments on guilty parties, increase awareness, and start a truly necessary discussion.
As with anything else there are challenges that occur and difficulties that arise, particularly in the film business. Additional costs dependably emerge and hindrances are unavoidable. In spite of any of those difficulties the greatest challenge is the topic itself.
Nevertheless, with incredible difficulties come great reward. The greatest result being AWARENESS and together trying to bring an end to child sex trafficking.
Have a look at the Kickstarter link below for more information: