Two films on homelessness...a documentary and a feature film...are being produced by two local filmmakers. Listen: Robert Craig and Dr. Robert Marbut. They are embarking on a nationwide bus tours to film the movies.
Robert Craig Films Announces No Address, A Scripted Feature Film About the Homeless Crisis in America, with the Hope to Spread Awareness and Change
No Address entertains viewers with emotion-filled and gripping storylines while engaging leading non-profit services and corporate partners who are focused on solutions and serving those experiencing homelessness.
Robert Craig Films produces award-winning purpose-driven movies that are changing lives; they are movies that families can enjoy together and with a high level of entertainment and inspirational uplifting storylines to encourage positive change in our world. No Address is no exception. It is the debut feature film produced and primarily financed by Robert Craig Films and addresses one of the most critical crises in our country today; homelessness. Sharing the story of a group of individuals experiencing this national epidemic due to various personal circumstances reminds us of the human side of those struggling. The touching storylines are pulled from the countless hours spent by producers visiting shelters, missions, and organizations that are on the front lines of providing services and solutions. With a direct mission to bring awareness, empathy, and personal activation through this movie, Robert Craig Films is collaborating with corporate partners who share the same vision and wish to support people who need a helping hand to establish a safe and secure life.
The film is based on true stories and the reality of the homeless experience. No Address Executive Producer Robert G. Marbut Jr., Ph.D., is a world-renowned expert on those experiencing homelessness and has been working in the field and creating our nation’s strategy and policy for over three decades, advising three different Presidential Administrations as the Executive Director of the Interagency Council on Homelessness. His Seven Guiding Principles of Transformation is a nationwide best practices study he developed after personally visiting 237 homeless service facilities in 12 states and the District of Columbia and is used in all aspects of his work to foster the creation of holistically transformative environments in order to reduce homelessness.