From the director: Child trafficking and prostitution are terrible crimes mostly against young girls. We want the girls to see that there is hope and are supported by the charity Unchosen. The average life of a gill entering child prostitution is 5 years. We want that to be extended as we can empower girls to see how they can avoid trafficking. We hope that the film will be shown in schools so girls can avoid the traps of being groomed.
Jane was born in Tattenham Corner, near Epsom, Surrey and studied at Laine Theatre Arts. Her mother was an artist and elocution teacher and her father played jazz piano. She started life as a child actor at age 11 and went onto university to study History of Art. Constantly pulled between her love for acting and art she taught both at varying times throughout her life. After her family of 5 had left home for jobs and college she side stepped in to film and starting making shorts. Her first short Blackberry Girl had 118,000 hits on youtube and her passion began. Further short films have been shown at Cannes and at film festivals around the world. She is a judge on The Monthly Film Festival, Miami Shorts and The Monkey Tree Film Festival. Her primary interests are casting, producing, writing and directing.