|Director: Kent Igleheart|
United States, 2015, 28min
Format: Digital (screening) - HDV (shooting)
Festival Year: 2016
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|Cast: ||Richard Hatcher, Christine Horn, Travis Young, Daneea Badio-McCray, Kent Igleheart, Nic Starr, John Kap, Ryan Baughman, Barbara Washington, Candice Dixon, Derek Ratliff, Jay Isbell, Jamie Miles, Mona Bennett, Courtney Nichole, Gwen Waymon, Keith Franklin, Tanya Freeman|
|Crew: ||Executive Producers: Kent Igleheart - Producers: Chad Darnell, Nic Starr, Keith Hampton - Screenwriters: Kent Igleheart - Cinematographer: Christopher Leto - Editor: Keith Hampton|
The single largest group of homeless youth is LGBT. Kicked out or run away because of who they are. This is the story of one.
Long-time actor but first time writer, producer, director Kent Igleheart brings his heart to his work. His production company, RabbleRouser Productions, was so named because the definition of "rabble rouser" is one who stirs up the people. Not content to just be an actor, Kent wants to create films that make people feel strong emotions and think deeply about issues.
Kent has helped produce, write and direct pieces of other projects but this is the first time he has completely controlled all the reigns. "A director friend of mine asked me what I liked best about this new position. i said 'all of it'."
People often think of LGBT issues as "us" and "them". The only way to humanize things is to show how it's actually real people who are involved and impacted. This film is inspired by real lives. I hope I have done justice to those who placed their faith in me and opened up their life stories to me. Every time I asked for something on this film the answer was "yes". That's not a testament to me, but rather of the power of this subject matter and this film.