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Synopsis

Hark is about a man who is confronted with a moral dilemma to save his own life or risk the life of another. The characters in Hark are ordinary people making choices to survive. The story draws attention to the harsh reality of human trafficking and shines light where there is darkness.

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Photos

Photos courtesy of Ron Koeberer

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Cast & Crew

Cast

Seth Ari Blake
Girl Ayla Rain Fung
Vicky Heather Gilliland
Boss James Camblin
Thug Viknesh Silvalingam
Woman Marian Fung

Crew

Director/Producer Jonathan Fung
Screenwriter Benjamin Enos
Executive Producer Leslie K. Hodge
Production Coordinator Katie Galli
Key PA Chloe Fitzmaurice
Unit Production Manager Lorenzo Pace
1st AD Dani Goggel
2nd AD Viknesh Silvalingam
Script Supervisor Benjamin Enos
Production Assistants Ali Aslam
  Jerri Cooper
  Drew Kells
  Sandy Navarro
Director of Photography Michael Street
1st AC Dustin Yates
2nd AC Katherine Brennan
Loader / 2nd AC Rachel Dusa
Video Assist / Loader Alex Walker
Steadicam Operator Luke Rocheleau
Gaffer Jeff Carroll
Best Boy Electric Inder Mann
Key Grip Jacob Martinez
Best Boy Grip Nathan Parker
Grip / Electric Steve Machnik
Dolly Grip Jacob Martinez
Grip / Electric Joe Heath
Truck/Grip Alex Pelfrey
Still Photographer Ron Koeberer
Videographer Brian Green
Sound Mixers Keenan Jensen
  Joe Stillwater
Production Designer Erik Otto
Costume Designer Grace Kinder
Make Up/Hair Margaret Caragan
   
Casting Dir Katie Galli
Casting PA Rebecca Martinez
Editor Andrea Templeton
Sound Editor
Mark David Lee
Music Robert Witmeyer
Online + Mastering FotoKem
Colorists Carey Buren
  Robert Tomaszewski
Graphics Steve Ha
Web Design Cameron Moore
   

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Take Action

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There are so many important roles to play when it comes to putting an end to modern day slavery and providing a better future for the survivors. Whether you are a student, an artist, an educator, a business person, a parent, an athlete, or a person of faith - you CAN make a difference! Here are some great organizations and resources to get you started on the journey:

Please contact SleepyToePictures@gmail.com if you would like to schedule a special screening of Hark followed by a Q&A.

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Special Thanks

Screen Actors Guild
Royce Agustin
Nicole Agustin
Jennifer Ames
Katherine Aoki
Janis Baron
David Batstone
Bill Bright
Bill Brodersen
Karen Cerney
Jerry Cintas
Tom Chou
Lisa Chou
Jerri Cooper
Connie Coutain
Tamara Current
Candace Daniels
David DeCosse
Dennis Fletcher
Allison Fung
Ayla Rain Fung
Lance Fung
Marian Fung
Katie Galli
Brian Green
William Gregg
Dani Goggel
Steve Ha
Karla Hagan
Frieda Harden
Gloria Hofer
Lori Joseph
Lisa Kim
Debbie LaCroix

Michelle Lasher
Will Littlejohn
Jae Lee
Brian Lu
Yahia Mahamdi
Rebecca Martinez
Jacob Martinez
Helen Otero
Erik Otto
Lorenzo Pace
Tina Petersen
Chad Raphael
Joel Reamer
Debbie Reiley
Mark Reiley
Walt Rose
Rebecca Schapp
Santa Clara University
SCU Dean's Grant, College of Arts & Sciences
SCU Faculty-Student Research Assistant Program Grant
SCU Hackworth Fellowship Grant
SCU Justice and the Arts Initiative Grant
Peggy Shaloe
Erskine Starks
Michael Street
Linda Sullivan
Michelle Sun-Thoreson
Andrea Templeton
Bob Wagner
WaveGroup
Erich Weber
Jeny Weber
Victoria Weiland
Gloria A. Wong
Daena Yuksel

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About the Director

Jonathan Fung is a prolific filmmaker and visual artist. His body of work has been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally, as well as in various film festivals. He is also a modern day abolitionist committed to help end human trafficking and to bring awareness and positive change through the arts, education and faith. Hark was inspired by reading a first draft of the script by a former student Ben Enos, which led to optioning, story development, and partnering with Executive Producer, Les Hodge. Prior to the release of Hark, Jonathan collaborated with a team of artists to create a video installation entitled Down the Rabbit Hole that was exhibited in San Francisco's Tenderloin District and exposed the darkness of sex trafficking by allowing the viewer to enter the world of one of its victims. Jonathan has earned an MFA in photography and a doctorate in philosophy and teaches film production and film theory at Santa Clara University in the San Francisco Bay Area.