- Storied Streets has been seen millions of times over 700 college campuses and on select PBS stations.
- The film has been screened by Director Thomas Morgan at over 25 housing coalitions outside of Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week.
- We are proud partners of the National Coalition for the Homeless and have offered the film for free screenings for the last three years as part of the National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week, which is held each year the week before Thanksgiving.
- The film has been given to many homeless organizations around the country to use as a fundraising tool.
- The film was used to influence lawmakers in two cities in the US to get emergency shelters built.
- Thomas Morgan has used the film to speak to the United States Congress twice about the laws that target the homelessness and perpetuate violence against them.
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Susan is an Academy award-winning actor who has made a career of choosing diverse and challenging projects in both film and television. From her fearless portrayal in Bull Durham to her Oscar-nominated performances in Thelma and Louise, Lorenzo’s Oil, The Client, and Atlantic City to her Academy Award-winning and SAG Award-winning role in Dead Man Walking.
Other film credits include the 1975 cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Pretty Baby, Stepmom, The Lovely Bones, Little Women, The Witches of Eastwick, and many, many others.
Ms. Sarandon is also an activist for many progressive and political causes. In 2006, she received the Action Against Hunger Humanitarian Award. She was honored for her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, an advocate for victims of hunger and HIV/AIDS, and a spokesperson for Heifer International. Susan is also involved with Hope North, a charity in Uganda.
Jack Henry Robbins, son of Susan Sarandon, was born on May 15, 1989. He is a director and writer also known for Opening Night (2016) and Hot Winter (2017).
After a life full of unlikely circumstances, Thomas was moved to leave his day job to create documentaries that tell stories of hope when people are faced with unthinkable circumstances. He produced and directed Waiting for Mamu about the life of Pushpa Basnet (2016 CNN Super Hero of the Year) who removes children from the prisons of Nepal, and StoriedStreets about the real lives of America’s homeless.
Thomas’s films and words have garnered the support of Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon and director Morgan Spurlock. In 2014 he and Susan started REFRAMED PICTURES, a production company inNew York. He has added ExecutiveProducer to his resume through his support of Silenced, a film about US government whistleblowers, and India’s Daughter, an Oscar contending film about the rape and murder of a 23 year old medical student in India.
Morgan, along with Academy Award winning producer Kathleen Glynn and Trevor Hall have gone on to start Rebelhouse Group in Los Angeles “A Creative Agency for a Better World.” Morgan expanded the company in Asia when he opened Rebelhouse Asia. He is currently working a film titled A Moving Feast about generational refugees in Lebanon taking their lives back through starting a food truck.