Not In Our City (NIOC) aims to use film and innovative media to inform our city of the existence and prevalence of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. This media will be included in small in-home movie screenings, larger presentations, mass awareness events, and innovative awareness experiences.
What Daphne Saw
In the future, capital punishment has been abolished. Violent criminals are reprogrammed into unquestioning servants, their free will and ability to speak taken away. A young woman endures her punishment of servitude in a seemingly normal man's home, where she discovers dark secrets. Written & Directed by Lizz Marshall Trailer Music by Alex Winkler Starring Selynne Silver & George Griffith
8 Days Screenings
Invite your neighbors, friends, co-workers, or peers to bring awareness to modern day sex trafficking. We bring the movie, you bring the people. A Not In Our City representative will be present afterwards to answer any questions and provide resources for community involvement.
Mobile Virtual Reality Experience
DSN&MFG is an Austin company that specializes in “building amazing brand experiences at the intersection of pixels and power tools.” NIOC is currently working with them to sketch out designs for a mobile virtual reality experience. The idea is to create a virtual reality "gaming" experience that opens the eyes of its visitors to the real-life stories of trafficking victims and deceptive traps of traffickers. The desire is for visitors to make a personal connection with the stories and therefore, be drawn into a new level of awareness and activism. The digital format would allow NIOC to adapt to any audience, whether by age or by language. With the plan for mobility, the NIOC experience could travel anywhere and transform presentation styles from a school gym setting to a unique booth at a large festival.
Phase I design is underway!
#giveaflip Social Media Campaign
#GIVEAFLIP, COME TOGETHER, TAKE ACTION
Our #giveaflip campaign is designed to generate awareness of sex trafficking within the United States. Bottle flip challenges are made through videos shared through multiple social media platforms. Making a video and challenging a friend to do the same is the first step in raising community awareness. But it doesn't stop there!
To really “give a flip” we need to come together and take action! Visit the TAKE ACTION tab on the giveaflip website to discover how you can best fight sex trafficking in the US.