Dear Programmers and Bookers,

I've always had a deep respect for Oscar-winning documentarian Charles Ferguson. His style of filmmaking seems like the perfect antidote to our fractured political landscape.

So when we were pitched a documentary about child labor and trafficking, it was his involvement that made us take notice. But this is giving short shrift to journalist Shraysi Tandon, whose directorial debut is a heartbreaking but essential look at an abhorrent that we Americans are partially complicit in through the inexpensive products that fill our houses, apartments and lives.

I hope you'll take the time to watch Invisible Hands and consider it for a run or special screening. I'm happy to send a link, and please watch the trailer as well (link below).

Best wishes,

Marc Mauceri
Theatrical Bookings
212-243-0600 x20
A film by Shraysi Tandon
75 minutes, color, DCP & Blu ray, 2018

Produced by Oscar-winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson, Invisible Hands is the first feature documentary to expose child labor and trafficking within the supply chains of the world's biggest companies. Filmed in six countries including India, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Ghana, it is a harrowing account of children as young as 6 years old making the products we use every day.

Invisible Hands marks the directorial debut of journalist Shraysi Tandon. Participants in the film include Nobel Peace Prize recipient Kailash Satyarthi; New York Times writer and two-time Pulitzer prize winner Nicholas Kristof; journalist/investigator Ben Skinner; author, activist and expert on modern day slavery and human trafficking Siddharth Kara; and Columbia Law School professor Mark Barenberg.
Watch the trailer
For a screening link and more information, please contact:

Marc Mauceri | | 212-243-0600 x20

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