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OUR VISION

In 2002, Guy Jacobson, a New York lawyer and investment banker, encountered a group of 5 to 7 year old girls in Phnom Penh trying aggressively to solicit him for prostitution. He vowed to do everything in his power to raise global awareness to this crucial social problem.

The K11 Project and Redlight Children Campaign are the product of that decision.

The K11 Project is a three-film project - Holly, The Virgin Harvest (doc) and The K11 Journey (doc) - that expose the real stories of children abducted into the horrifying world of child trafficking and child prostitution. Altogether it is the most comprehensive film project to date about this issue.

In addition, we have created the Redlight Children Campaign - a worldwide grassroots human rights initiative promoting awareness and practical action for reducing the number of children who are sexually exploited each year. The campaign combines Priority Films The K11 Project and an easy-to-use website at www.RedLightchildren.org, focusing on decreasing the demand for any form of child sexploitation by promoting more efficient legislation and better enforcement of such legislation. The Redlight Children Campaign has been gaining steady momentum with the cooperation of leading media icons, major international NGOs and numerous smaller organizations around the world.

By purchasing tickets to Holly and joining us and the Redlight Children campaign, you too are part of the decision to reduce the number of children sold and trafficked to prostitution.

A percentage of the proceeds from "Holly" go to the RedLight Children campaign, and many of our screenings are in conjunction with organizations that are working within their communities.

We invite you to go through our website, read about Holly and The K11 Project, join us and log on to the RedLight Children campaign to become part of the worldwide team and effort to abolish child trafficking and child prostitution now.