DIRECTOR & PRODUCERS: SARAH HAMILTON | CONNOR TIEULIE
Immokalee is an agricultural community with a large migrant farming population located in Southwest Florida, with over 40 percent of the population living below the poverty level. Immokalee is facing a decades-long housing crisis, creating strain on the community’s families, students, workforce, and economy. This short film highlights Immokalee citizens and the community-first approach Nuestra Señora De La Vivienda Community Foundation and Pulte Family Charitable Foundation's social impact initiative to provide affordable housing, early childhood education, and supportive programs to help migrant farm workers and families live successful and healthy lives in Immokalee.
EMMY NOMINATION: Societal Concerns | National Academy of Television Arts and Science Suncoast Chapter
TELLY AWARD: Gold Social Impact Video
TELLY AWARD: Bronze Not For Profit Social Video