Ken Murray Sr. is a Daily News Photographer. He was born and raised in Brooklyn and has been doing everything he can […]
We are happy to announce that NET TV’s “Shelter in the City,” which was produced by Terence Donnellan and Craig Tubiolo, and directed by Donnellan, is nominated for an Emmy® Award in the ‘Societal Concerns’ category at the 60th New York Emmy Awards.
“Shelter in the City” looks at homelessness through the lives of a father and son. For almost two years, Ken Murray Sr. has been trying to get his mentally ill son, Ken Murray Jr., off the streets of New York City where there are almost 60,000 homeless men, women, and children. A cross-section of individuals and organizations were interviewed to provide a better understanding of the many causes of homelessness, to look at the various resources that are currently available, and to see if there are viable solutions to ending it.
“Shelter in the City” had its world premiere at the Vail Film Festival on April 7, 2016. And most recently, “Shelter in the City” was screened on October 6 and October 7 at the Chagrin Falls Documentary Film Festival 2016.
Stanley Richards & Casimiro “Cas” Torres – Fortune Society Stanley is Senior Vice President of Fortune Society. He has worked in the […]
Jonathan is a resident at Covenant House. After barely surviving four foster homes, child abuse, neglect, and living on the streets, Jonathan […]
Bobby Watts is the Executive Director of Care for the Homeless. Mr. Watts has more than 25 years of experience working with […]
Craig Mayes is the Executive Director of NYC Rescue Mission. The New York City Rescue Mission exists to provide help and hope […]