Four kids are trapped and forced into a human trafficking ring. Together, they must find a way to survive.....and escape!
World Premiere: January 24, 2019, Orlando, Florida.
Human Trafficking Awareness Film Festival.
This powerful film dives into the world of human trafficking. Four young teens are held captive and forced into a horrid nightmare of reality. Together, they must find a way to escape.
Scrapped Souls is currently in post-production. The film will release Summer of 2018.
MAKENNA WEYBURNE as Jenna (Descending, Nightfall)
LASHAY WILLIAMS as Ann
JEREMY SCOTT as Drake (Emily's Story, The Picture)
GABRIEL OMLOR as Billy
ANNA EDWARDS as Lindsay
MARK KLEIN as The Officer (Sins, New Blood Rising)
RICK HARRISON as Client 1
BRIAN BARNETT as Client 2 (Emily's Story)
Fourteen year old Makenna Weyburne started her acting career in theater programs located around her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.
Originally from Florida, Lashay lives in Toledo, Ohio. This is Lashay's first role in narrative film.
No stranger to the set of film, Bryan, Ohio resident Jeremy Scott is appearing in his fourth film for Capture 1 Studios.
With an extensive background in theater and commercial work, Gabe is making his first appearance in a narrative film.
Michigan native Anna Edwards is a newcomer to stage and screen. This is her first narrative role.
Mark is an actor and producer involved in many productions over the past several years.
Brian broke onto the film scene in 2015 in 'Emily's Story'. From NW Ohio, Brian is excited to continue acting in the area.
A Toledo filmmaker, Rick has written countless scripts and produced several short films.
According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, Ohio ranks 3rd in the United States for total number of cases. Since 2007, almost 150,000 calls have came into the resource center for cases of trafficking both adults and minors.
We hope to bring light to this dark subject and inspire others to help or donate to this just cause.
If you would like more information on Human Trafficking, or someone you know may be in trouble, call the resource center at 1-888-373-7888.
The National Human Trafficking Hotline Organization is not affiliated with this production in any form.