Updated: Feb 5
NOT FOR SALE: AMERICA is new film series exposing sex trafficking state by state. Producers select Orlando for first round of filming.
Sex trafficking in America is out of control. It knows no age limits, and it knows no geographical boundaries. It’s everywhere! However, communities are fighting back; and a new film series is being created to highlight their individual successes.
NOT FOR SALE: AMERICA is a unique series of innovative and educational films produced in conjunction with local law enforcement, depicting true stories of sex trafficking crimes from each state in America.
JCFilms, a faith and family film production company is partnering with actor Dean Cain to take on this task. Cain has appeared in JCFilms' last dozen feature films.
Pre-production on this series has already started in Florida with much of the film's focus on the Orlando area.
"Orlando is unique to the subject because it's ranked number-three in America in sex trafficking, however has the most proactive ANTI- sex trafficking community programs in the nation," says Jason Campbell, President of JCFilms.
Films do make a difference in our culture. You see, unfortunately when we hear the words “sex trafficking,” we immediately think of women and children overseas who are being forced into the sex trade. That’s not the full story; unbelievably Americans are trafficking other Americans and most of them are underage.
You see, not only do trafficking crimes differ from state to state, but the challenges facing each community can vary as well. The goal of these films are not only to educate on this growing epidemic but to help communities become safer by being more vigilant.
We believe films do in fact make a difference in our culture. Unfortunately when we hear the words “sex trafficking,” we immediately think of women and children overseas who are being forced into the sex trade. That’s not the full story; unbelievably Americans are trafficking other Americans and most of them are underage.
So, actor Dean Cain is teaming up again with JCFilms to make these educational sex-trafficking feature films to help bring more light on the issue. Production starts in 2020 with filming in West Virginia and Florida. Those interested in auditioning or getting involved, should visit: https://www.TraffickingFilm.com.