Sat, Sep 23 - Mon, Sep 25 2017

Crossing Railroads,

Decatur, Georgia, United States Decatur, Georgia, United States
One Sponsor Confirmed
Link Couseling Center

  • About the event

    In honor of Suicide Prevention Month in September, Georgia filmmakers are coming together to make a film that Link Counseling Center is endorsing. We will be filming with a previous suicidal actor as the main actor to convey the story. We will also have a famous social media actor with over 18k followers from Venezuela starring in the film as well. This film will be shown and broadcasted to schools and Link is said to show this film on their website as well. 

    Why should you sponsor?

    Being a sponsor of this film will not only give you exposure, but it is going towards a bigger cause. Suicide prevention is a topic that many might be shy to address, but getting a film out today is more relevant of a time than any. The story told is current, short, and brings solutions to ones that are suicidal. The film will be backed by one of the biggest suicide prevention centers and having your name behind it will only be positive publicity and recognition shown to the viewers/audience.

    Onyx Simpson

    After having experienced a suicidal past and losing classmates since elementary school, I believe it is relevant to have this event to film a short specifically for suicide prevention. The script has been approved by Ginny Sparrow at The Link Counseling Center. It abides by "QPR", which is relevant for viewers. This film will be viewed by thousands. It will also be shown in schools and panels because this topic is very important to me and it needs to be shown before students feel the need to become suicidal. It will be owned by a center with a reliable name as well and we are also looking for support from other suicidal organizations. I believeand I hope you see the importance of sponsoring this event. There will be a private screening in December as well which will allow your brand to get more exposure. Email or call me to learn more about this event. Thank you! 

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  • 2501-5000 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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