A Single Mother's Struggle to Survive the Housing Crisis - Eviction, a Social Impact Film

In the backdrop of glitzy and glamorous Las Vegas, far removed from the images we see in the media, Martha and Jenny discover first-hand the grave eviction crisis sweeping America, forcing them into homelessness.

Martha, a substitute teacher out of work, embarks on a powerful, tough, and emotional journey to keep her daughter and get back on her feet while navigating a broken system that continues to fail thousands of people unable to find stable housing. The process of overcoming homelessness is filled with ups and downs, twists and turns, but Martha will knock on every door and do all she can to break the prison-sentence-like cycle of homeless on families with underage children - to provide a better future for Jenny.

  • Luciana Fulhaber
  • Luciana Faulhaber
  • javier E Gomez
  • Luciana Fauhaber
  • Amy Schumaker
  • Tanda Kerin
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  • Ebony Charity
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    27 minutes 38 seconds
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    United States
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    United States
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Director Biography - Luciana Fulhaber

Luciana Faulhaber is a first generation Latinx Immigrant. Born in Brazil, she is a descendant of the indigenous tribe Tupi. The first of her family to attend Graduate School she dedicated her time to combining her studies in International Development at Columbia University with her passion for filmmaking as a vehicle for shining a light on political issues with the goal of making a social impact. Founder "Enuff"(Enough) Productions with Javier E. Gomez, with the intent to create opportunities for people of color in front and behind the camera. Luciana has created projects that discuss immigration, racism and homelessness and is now developing a documentary based on the hit Broadway Show Oh Calcutta! addressing the issues of women's rights and sexual liberation, the civil rights movement and equality. She has also received accolades for her feature film directorial debut with "Don't Look," being nominated for Best Director (North Hollywood Film Festival & Crimson Screen), and Best Picture (Crimson Screen), winning six awards including the Spotlight Silver Award for Innovation in Independent Filmmaking. Luciana is currently the Director of scripted films for the non-profit Invisible People fighting homelessness through film advocacy.

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