A viral short film giving SF's homeless people a megaphone to share their stories.  

San Francisco has a problem: a growing disparity between people who're part of the system and those who are left out. The problem is deep and complex and rather than blaming homeless people, I thought that it would be better to listen to them and share their stories.

Read the story that inspired this project here


Directed by Michael Reiner
Production assistance from Emily Froug
With support from Ivan Cash


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Vice Sports Video of the Day Super Bowl’s 50th birthday marred by concussion & homeless scandals

Global Citizen Interview This short film explores the underside of the Super Bowl: homelessness

Matador Network What it's like to be homeless in Super Bowl City

SF Chronicle Super Bowl City, a view from those on the street

Digg Homeless San Franciscans On The City Hosting Super Bowl

Bipartisan Report Giving the homeless a voice amidst the deplorable scuffle

Semi-Rad Great short film

Reddit This short film shines light on an important issue.

SFist Freelance videographer Michael Reiner talked to some of San Francisco's homeless people.

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