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“Film is my commitment to creating work that matters in our world. I wanted to film a documentary on global sex trafficking because it is a fast-growing horrific industry that tragically affects every child and woman worldwide. We can either do something or nothing. I simply chose to do something with the resources and creative talent that I possess and have access to as a professor in film. As a filmmaker, my intention is to tell the story. It was not possible to tell the story about human trafficking unless I visited the countries, met the victims face-to-face that were trapped in the sex trade – the pimps and madams that sell them, and the johns who buy them – but the true heroes are the non-profit organizations that rescue, restore, and reintegrate these innocent children. Creating awareness is not enough, but rather a call to action is ALL of our responsibility. It will not only take an army of heroes but also a village of ordinary people like you and me.” 

“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.”

– Audre Lorde



Kelly Galindo, award-winning director, writer and producer of 26 Seconds, has won the prestigious Award of Merit Best Shorts Competition for Women Filmmakers; The Award of Merit for Liberation-Social Justice-&-Protest; Award of Merit for Women Filmmakers for the Accolade Global Film Competition; Outstanding Excellence of Social Issues for Docs Without Borders Film Festival; Award of Merit for Best Documentary Short for Women Filmmakers for the IndieFEST Film Awards; Best Short Cause-for-Change for AIFA Fest; Best Director for the International Independent Film Awards; Special Mention for Impact Doc Awards; Special Mention for Global Shorts and One-Reeler Short Film Festival Competition. The 26 Seconds documentary short has also been officially selected for That Film Festival – Cannes, Dances with Films Festival, WRPN Women’s International Film Festival and See It-End It Film and Arts Festival. Galindo’s vision is to spread awareness and create a call to action by educating audiences by giving a voice to those who have been silenced. Human sex trafficking is the fastest-growing illegal industry in the world.  There are more slaves today than any time in history.

Best Shorts Competition, the Accolade Global Film Competition, The Impact Doc Awards, IndieFEST Film Awards and Docs Without Boarders Film Festival recognizes film, television, and new media professionals who demonstrate exceptional achievement in craft and creativity, and those who produce standout entertainment or contribute to profound social change. Entries are judged by highly qualified professionals in the film and television industry. In winning these film festivals, 26 Seconds joins the ranks of other high-profile winners of these internationally respected awards. Entries are received from around the world from powerhouse companies to remarkable new talent, who demonstrate exceptional achievement in craft and creativity. And those who produce standout entertainment or contribute to profound social change and help set the standard as power catalysts for global change.

26 Seconds is a two-stage film project that reveals the global epidemic of child sex trafficking. The first stage is a two-hour feature documentary that is currently in post-production. The second stage is a dramatic documentary miniseries.  Through a captivating journey across the world, Galindo reveals the ubiquity of the problem and the gravity of the damage sustained by this evil, destructive trade. In intimate interviews, the audience gets a raw, often shocking glimpse into the lives of children and women in various cultures and regions. The interviews include vivid details of how each victim was captured or lured into the sex trade, the horrors of their captivity, and the commitment of each individual, non-profit organization, crisis intervention team, and law enforcement in the fight to eradicate global sex trafficking. The film project exposes the underage sex slave industry from the United States to Asia and Africa.  The 26 Seconds team is currently editing the feature documentary with three-time Emmy award winner, Mark Wilcken, as lead editor. The production will be making a strong push for top-tier film festivals, along with a PR campaign for the Academy Awards. Sid Ganis, the supervising producer for 26 Seconds, was the past president of the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts, and Sciences; he also served as chairman of the Academy’s International Outreach Committee up to 2017. Prior to this, Ganis has been on the board of directors at Marvel Entertainment until its sale to Disney. His film career in marketing and publicity includes working at 20th Century Fox, Lucasfilm, Columbia Pictures, Warner Brothers, and Paramount Pictures.

Help us to defend vulnerable children and women around the world. Some are coerced, manipulated or kidnapped. Others are forced into it by close associates, like relatives, friends, boyfriends, and tragically, sometimes even by their own parents who become their traffickers. While there can be complex cultural and economic motivations at play, the sex trade is predicted on one undeniable reality. Every day around the world, countless boys and girls are bought and raped by grown men. The economic benefits of selling sex are irrefutable. Unlike drugs or weapons, children and women can be sold over and over again. 

Human Trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. We are truly experiencing a “Social Shift.” Human Trafficking is a 21st Century phenomenon of modern day slavery impacted by mass migration, refugee displacement, terrorism and homegrown violent extremism and technology.

Advancing technologies will change crime and crime solving on a scale never before realized not only for our children but also for cartels, organized crime, pedophiles and predators of all kinds. Few law enforcement agencies, corporate and civic leaders are prepared to address the kinds of human exploitation that are generated against our children in the U.S and vulnerable adults around the globe. The challenge is to equip a cadre of global and U.S. experts for prevention, intervention and prosecution for human exploitation cases, bringing perpetrators to justice and providing services and safe haven to victims.


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Thank you for donating to 26 Seconds Feature Documentary!

Vicki Hogg

$110.00 July 27, 2020

Cheryl Liberty

$110.00 July 25, 2020

Thank you🙏


Steve & Kathy Brouwer

$220.00 July 23, 2020

A much needed film to expose the abuse.


Tracy Schultz

$550.00 July 23, 2020

Good job getting the word out!!!



$100.00 May 29, 2020

Amazing project! wish you the best Kelly! GOGOGO!! XX


Christa Kingsmill

$110.00 April 6, 2020