Live The Dream Films

I Am Alive Tube

  • Log Line

    A homeless person battles against man’s callus nature in order to be seen in an otherwise invisible world.

  • Concept

    I Am Alive Tube was a Social Filmmaking community who's purpose was to puts a face on America's homeless society, so they may never be forgotten. It ran for 12 months before funding ran out the program was stopped, which was a very sad moment for all of us.

     

    The Urban Institute estimates that about 3.5 million US residents, including 1.35 million children, have been homeless for a significant period of time. Over 37,000 homeless individuals, including 16,000 children, stay in shelters in New York every night.

     

    Through social filmmaking, we believe you can bring a face to those that otherwise are faceless. You can show the darkness of their plight and pain; the magnitude of their misery. But you can also shine the light of hope by documenting the kindness of a helpful hand, programs that help those in need, or just a cycle that was broken.

     

    Live The Dream Films was proud to be a founding sponsor and charter member of this very special social filmmaking community.

     

  • Project Information

    Project ID: LTDF-005 (LTDF-001: Proof of Concept Completed)

    Program Manager: Jerry Smith

    Status: Funding

    Projected Start Date: TBD

     

  • Initial Needs

    Critical Activities/Dates:

    1. Site Development (March 1, 2009)

    2. Site preload (April 6, 2009)

    3. Facebook/MySpace Community Development (April 6, 2009)

    4. Outreach (April 13, 2009)

    5. Alpha Video Uploads (April 20, 2009)

    6. Beta Release (April 27, 2009)

    7. General Release (May 11 , 2009)

    8. Discontinued operations do to lack of funding (June 2010) - very sad day

    9. Restarted activities - Date to be determined by you

     

    Next Steps:

    1. Find long term funding partner

    2. Seek individual contributions

    3. Create national video program for high school students

     

    4. Have an idea on how to see I Am Alive Tube come to life, again? Please email us.