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West Coast Premiere of MOTHER INDIA

August 27, 2012

After two successful Advance Screenings in California, we took the wonderful feedback from over 700 viewers and edited the final cut of MOTHER INDIA: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan (narrated by Rebecca St. James – Grammy Award-winning Artist), and we’re excited to launch the film with a West Coast Premiere!


Regency South Coast Village Theatre

1561 W Sunflower Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92704

Doors Open – 6:45pm
Screening – 7:00pm

Come early to take a photo with Suresh Kumar on the “red carpet”
and stick around afterward for a sampling of lite Indian fare!


(Donations will be accepted on the night of the premiere
with proceeds benefiting Harvest India children’s homes.)


Special thanks to the generous sponsors of the MOTHER INDIA Premiere.
Learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor!


Suresh Kumar is President of Harvest India, a dynamic humanitarian organization that provides a safe environment for abandoned, abused, and orphaned children to thrive through a second chance at life. A Q&A session with Suresh will be held after the screening.

You probably have a few questions about the documentary. We’ve tried to answer as many as possible in our FAQs, but there are three things that you definitely need to know…

  1. Equivalent to PG-13
    Parents should be aware that the film shows the raw reality of living as an abandoned and orphaned child on the streets of India. Interviews include topics of drug abuse, sexuality, violence, and HIV/AIDS, and drug use is explicitly shown.
  2. Not Explicitly Christian
    The documentary is accessible to people of all backgrounds, and the focus is on the stories of the children not on a certain faith tradition.
  3. Life-Changing Experience
    Prepare to be inspired by the images and stories. This will be a motivating experience that will change the way you see vulnerable children in the world.

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Punjammies Available for Purchase at Advance Screenings

May 10, 2012

We have invited International Princess Project to join us for both Advance Screenings of MOTHER INDIA: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan on June 6th and 8th, 2012, in Orange County, California, in order to make their beautiful Punjammies available for purchase.

IPP is a non-profit organization that empowers women formerly enslaved by prostitution to restore their lives. The mission of International Princess Project is to advocate for women enslaved as prostitutes, restore their broken lives, and empower them to live free. Currently, they achieve their mission through providing vocational training and dignified work for women escaping lives of forced prostitution. This includes the opportunity to support themselves vocationally, to heal in body and spirit, and to live lives of freedom. They strive to raise awareness about human trafficking, empower people to rise up with financial support, and action to help bring an end to forced prostitution worldwide.

Purchase Punjammies and not only will you get some beautiful pajamas great for lounging or sleeping, you will empower women with dignity and hope.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6TH – get tickets now

Address: Main Auditorium – 345 Fischer Avenue – Costa Mesa, California (map)
Doors Open – 6:30pm
Screening – 7:00pm

FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH – get tickets now
Newport Mesa Church

Address: Main Auditorium – 2599 Newport Blvd. – Costa Mesa, California (map)
Doors Open – 6:30pm
Screening – 7:00pm

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