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Trafficked

Trafficked

Last year, slave traders made $100 billion.

That’s more than Intel, Microsoft, Nike, Google, and Starbucks.

Combined.

I had the privilege of writing the score for the new feature film TRAFFICKED, including a new song “Fly Away” that is performed by and co-written with Ginny Owens. Human trafficking is an incredibly important human rights issue. Often referred to as a 21st version of slavery, it is pervasive across across the world, including many cities in first world countries.

More information will be posted soon, including links to listen/stream/purchase the score. For more information on the movie and to find screening locations, please visit traffickedmovie.com.

Official Synopsis:

Millions of vulnerable girls worldwide are being ensnared by human traffickers into the insidious world of sex slavery and exploited relentlessly to generate profits of a hundred billion dollars a year. Inspired by real characters from the award winning book ‘Sex Trafficking’ by Siddharth¬†Kara, this is the story of three such girls from America, Nigeria and India. After being trafficked through an elaborate global network of illicit human, organ, and drug trafficking, all three girls end up as sex slaves in a brothel in Texas. Together they attempt to escape their enslavement and reclaim their freedom.

Trailer:

3 days ago
Spending the day at the @xperienceif Infinity Festival thinking about technology. Amazing to see the leading edge of future progress. https://t.co/hqQrDQXRtS daviddas photo
5 days ago
Devotional for today from Leonard Bernstein. https://t.co/u0E3LTO8Rx daviddas photo
6 days ago
I woke up listening to #Sinatra and now every song that enters my head is arranged by Nelson Riddle. (This isn't a bad thing.) https://t.co/ismmOgNbjr
7 days ago
Getting ready to present tonight at the #goldenangel awards for the 15th annual Chinese American Film Festival. https://t.co/vfqdM7nevT daviddas photo
1 week ago
Thunderbolt vs. USB 3.1 for Kontakt sample streaming: has anyone benchmarked it or compared in real-world situations? (Yes I know TB3 is far faster, but does it matter?)
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