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Coming to Theaters Winter 2023

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"No Address – a scripted feature film – showcases the human dimension of homelessness."

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Celebrities To Be Announced Soon!

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About our movie “No Address” 

Filming Start Date:

Filming End Date:

Theatrical Release Date:

February 20, 2023

March 24, 2023

Winter 2023

This movie is about a group of people that are experiencing homelessness and realize they must bond together as a family if they are going to survive. They all have no address, but earlier in life they did. The day-to-day struggle on the streets is emotionally charged with uncertainty at every corner. Shelter, food and ongoing safety threatens their daily life as each one of them has arrived on the streets through unexpected circumstances. While meeting a few gracious advocates along their journey, the family finds a refreshing new hope to live and get their lives back. Homelessness can happen to anyone… even you and I.

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Best selling author

KEN ABRAHAM

Writes "No Address" novel

The Curriculum

A ‘never seen before’ curriculum will be written by many industry leaders, collaboratively, for groups, congregations and people of faith on how to best find solutions for reducing homelessness.

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The Music

We are partnering with grammy award winning artists to create an original sound track of beautifully powerful songs for the films.

A World of Homelessness

Over 150 million people are homeless worldwide*

Nigeria has the highest homeless population worldwide (24.4 million)**

U.S. adult homelessness surpassed 1.1 million in 2020**

Japan has the lowest homeless population worldwide (3,992)***

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About our documentary “Americans With No Address” 

Filming Start Date:

Filming End Date:

Theatrical Release Date:

October 2022

November 2022

Fall 2023

The producers of the film No Address are producing a one hour documentary on what homelessness looks like across the country. The film is titled “Americans With No Address” and they spent 3 weeks visiting 13 states in major cities interviewing CEO's of national non-profit organizations and many politicians who are working hard to reduce homelessness.

OUR GOAL

Robert Craig Films is addressing one of the most critical crises in our country today; homelessness. The human side of those experiencing homelessness is very real, and our hope is that “No Address” will inspire all of us to become more aware and have empathy in a deeper way to take action in our local communities.

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Fundraising Opportunity For Nonprofits

The producers of No Address have created a unique opportunity to partner with nonprofits in raising funding for their cause and ours. 

Support Our Film!

Help in the fight against homelessness through our campaign on Indiegogo. Funds will go towards offsetting production, marketing and distribution costs of our indie films.

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Documentary Interview Quotes

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Down Women’s Center

Los Angeles, California (Skid Row)
 

“What stood out to me the most when I read the script, No Address, was the community that people felt. The individuals who were experiencing homelessness, who found each other, built their own family of choice.”

 

-  Amy Turk, CEO

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United States Homelessness

21 homeless people die on a daily basis in the United States.*

Sacramento homeless increased 67% from 2019-2022 (5,570 vs 9,278).***

Of 50 states, California has the highest homeless population at over 255,000**

Of all 50 states, North Dakota has the lowest homeless population at 541****

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U.S. Veteran Homeless Stats

40,056 veterans are homeless in the U.S.*

13% of veterans are unsheltered at street-level.

70% of homeless veterans have substance abuse disorders.*

Street-level unsheltered have decreased nearly 50% since 2009.*

51% of homeless veterans have disabilities.*

California has the highest count of all 50 states (11,401).**

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