What now?

It has been an incredible process watching people from around the world unite to actively support our mission to use the arts as a means of connection for victims of child sexual abuse.

We're on to the next, and final phase of post production. This is the magical process of crafting the powerful footage we have into an outstanding documentary film. Please take part in the magic, and help us reach our $35,000 post production goal to ensure the continuation of this story. Click here to make a 100% tax deductible donation through our fiscal sponsor.

Meet the Team


Katie Sadler


Katie is a documentary, narrative, and short-form storyteller who graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. With a BFA in film & television production and a minor in dance, she practices a variety of artistic disciplines and combines them in any way that she can. While at NYU, Sadler worked with Columbia Records, Red Bull, commercial production company North of New York and her university’s own channel NYU-TV. A lover of all forms of storytelling, she is a constant adventurer who spends her time outdoors whenever she can.

South Africa etc 425

Miryam Rabinowitz


Miryam is a filmmaker on the east coast who spearheaded StillFeeling as an experiment based on her own life experiences. What Miryam found in the research about healing from child sexual abuse was the power of interconnectivity. And that the greatest threat to a victim’s healing process is isolation.

The emotional disconnect between victims and their communities can be attributed to fear, and an inability to relate to one another. But Miryam believes that all feelings are universal, and what is crucial is how those feelings are expressed. As the artists share themselves openly with the audience, a relationship is developed, and feelings that were otherwise difficult to relate to, become accessible through the artistic process. 

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