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Published on Dec 2, 2009
A Public Service Announcement against homelessness and hunger by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Ken Kimmelman. It makes vivid the unbearable suffering people are enduring and asks the urgent question first asked by Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism: "What does a person deserve by being alive?" Cindy Award, & Best Public Service Film at Santa Clarita International Film Festival. Premiered at the National Summit on Homelessness in Washington, DC. Endorsed by the National Coalition for the Homeless; Foodchain; National Alliance to End Homelessness; Community Foodbank of New Jersey; and received a grant from the Harburg Foundation. Music by Edward Green http://www.imageryfilm.com http://aestheticrealism.org http://aestheticrealism.org/about-us/...