#iChooseHope is a short film produced by CampCampo about a young man who overcomes the odds of his heroin addiction and discovers what he’s been missing all along. The film has been officially selected for the Shorts Program by the Justice Film Festival in NYC and has been shared close to 700 times via Facebook in a week.
“Working in the field of addiction, this is the absolute best short film I’ve ever seen on the recovery process,” says Lisa Ramsland CASAC-T Seafield Center for Drugs and Alcohol Westhampton Beach NY.
The series has gained the attention of Hip Hop Legend Big Daddy Kane, ESPN Sports reporter Kevin Negandhi, and philanthropist Orly Wahba, who are on board to share their #iChoose™ story of Passion, Persistence, and Kindness.
Created by Michael Campo, each short is distributed via social media and covers a variety of themes including Faith, Family, Forgiveness Suicide Prevention, etc.
Campo is a talented indie film maker whose work on feature documentaries has won at SXSW, and other notable festivals. His portfolio includes THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE, CHILD31, OUTCASTS, A BRAVE HEART – THE LIZZIE VELASQUEZ STORY, & PROTECTHER, as well as other short viral content.