Tool for Indian Orphan Awareness: Mother India DVD Available in Bookstores Nationwide
April 22, 2013
“Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan” DVD is now available on Amazon and in bookstores nationwide.
Winner of “Best Short Documentary” at the 2012 San Diego Christian Film Festival, the film is a compelling documentary that chronicles the adventure of 25 courageous orphans living as a family along the railway in Tenali, India – the home base of Harvest India. The film brings to light the struggles faced daily by over 31 million orphans in India and the challenge of rescuing them from a life of begging and addiction.
“Mother India,” filmed during a two-week period in early 2012 with a small production team, is the work of first-time filmmakers David Trotter and Shawn Scheinoha – long–time supporters of Harvest India. While the team was shooting the documentary, a spontaneous effort was made to help the two youngest children transition into a Harvest India children’s home, and this becomes a central storyline in the film, which includes interviews with Suresh Kumar.
This documentary is a powerful tool for Harvest India supporters to use as a way to highlight the tremendous needs among the 31 million orphans in the nation of India.
Three Ways You Can Help:
1. Buy the DVD and give it to friends. Take advantage of this special offer to purchase the film on Amazon and get two books free – http://bit.ly/motherindiaoffer.
2. Post about the film on Facebook or Twitter. You could post > “Check out this documentary that features Harvest India. Buy the DVD & get two books for free! > http://bit.ly/motherindiaoffer“
3. Pray for the promotion of the DVD launch this week. Many people will be hearing about the film on radio and via blogs, and this is a tremendous opportunity for Harvest India!