"Film is a powerful tool to expose injustice, galvanize action and hold the powerful accountable." - Osagie N. Okoruwa
A Voice for Innocent Defendants
Our organization gives innocent defendants a voice, through film, public arts and civic engagement. Victims of wrongful imprisonment are forced into dangerous environments, helpless to watch as their families suffer through the injustice.
We fight with innocent defendants against the grave penalties implemented against them for crimes they aren’t guilty of. The Innocent Convicts Film Project is a spotlight for stories of innocent defendants, like Tim Cole, a Texas Tech Student and Army Veteran, who needlessly lost his life when his medication was withheld during wrongful incarceration.
Principal photography is complete on the first six episodes of the film project – stories of Tim Cole, Audrey Edmunds, Uriah Courtney, Mike Hansen, Lamont McKoy and The Monfils Six.
Terence Sasaki, M.D.
Terence Sasaki, M.D. (https://Dr.TSasaki.org), is a neurologist who received his medical degree from the University of Hawaii and did...