Video: Trailer for Bainbridge filmmaker’s documentary about homelessnessJune 21st, 2012 by tristan baurick
Bainbridge filmmaker Steven Kellar is hosting a pre-release screening and fundraiser for his feature-length documentary, “Invisible Young,” at IslandWood on Saturday.
“Invisible Young” tells the stories of four young adults who were homeless teenagers on the streets of Seattle.
“It takes a revealing look at their families, their day to-day lives, their possible fates, and follows them as they strive for a hopeful, prosperous future,” Kellar writes on the film’s website.
Kellar has produced documentaries for PBS and Lifetime. His next project will explore the challenges small radio stations face against federal regulators and corporate broadcasters.
Proceeds from Saturday’s screening of “Invisible Young” will support the film’s marketing and distribution to social service agencies that help young people.
Tickets are $27, and reservations are required. Click here to make a reservation.
The screening begins at 7 p.m.
IslandWood is located at 4450 Blakely Ave. on Bainbridge Island.