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Escape from Room 18

DVD w/PPR avail mid-February 2021. DSL’s available now.

Escape from Room 18 tells one of the most unpredictable true stories of transformation in our century.

John Daly received an e-mail from someone in his long-forgotten past.

Did it mean “they found him”? Was he being set up? Or… was he being “saved”?

Daly was a high-ranking officer in one of America’s largest neo-Nazi skinhead organizations (Daytona Beach, Florida). He learned early on to turn his human emotions off and accept hatred and violence as his way of life.

They then learned he was a Jew and attempted to murder him.

A true story of redemption unlike any other, Escape from Room 18 brings the viewer on a transformative journey from within organized hate and violence to the embracing of a new life of compassion and public atonement.

After the attempted murder, John fled to Israel for safety. Years later he received an e-mail from someone from his long-forgotten past; a fellow ex-skinhead.

Apparently on a mission to change his own life and make amends for his past, he invited John to meet him in Prague to discover and see firsthand the effects of what they both had preached and practiced. Suffering from PTSD and a brain tumor, John was reluctant at first.

Was this a new, clandestine attempt on his life or was this an invitation to salvation?

In fact, Kevin’s invitation was an honest one.

Subsequently, Escape from Room 18 takes a twist that is so unpredictable, the film plays out as an unprecedented look at human transformation, redemption and salvation. It provides a glimpse into the lives of two men that serves as a profound statement for all to witness.

Featuring John Daly (as himself), Kevin Connell (as himself), Rafa Garcia (as the young John Daly), Alexander Kaminer (as Gleb Kaminer) and more, Escape from Room 18 combines both documentary and dramatic recreation in what TC JewFolk called the “Intense Reformation of a Jewish Nazi”.

An Official Selection at

  • The Moscow Jewish Film Festival
  • The Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival
  • The Odessa Jewish Film Festival
  • and The Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival

2017 / 60 Minutes / Color / English Language / A film by Daniel Brea


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Hope Village

There are many things one can deal in. The best of them is HOPE!

Lucy Hall has helped 10,000 people. 10,000 more are at her door!

“Through raw storytelling with an honest lens, this important film illustrates what it takes to survive addiction, one woman at a time.” – Authority Magazine

Lucy is the Hope Dealer and the Founder / CEO of Mary Hall Freedom House. As the youngest of seven siblings, Lucy came from a family that battled generational addiction.

As a young girl, Lucy watched her family disappear into the worlds of alcohol and drugs, and then she too was caught in the web of generational addiction. But Lucy somehow found her way to recovery. Now, her story of self-empowerment is at the center of saving others; many others.

Lucy was living for her next high… buying, selling, stealing, all to the point of “chasing it”. It was one woman who turned Lucy’s life around; a probation officer who pushed her into treatment.

Hope Village: Finding Recovery follows Lucy Hall’s redemptive journey from addiction into the other side of recovery in which she starts one of the most successful rehabilitation programs in the country after discovering a new approach to treating women’s health and substance abuse.

Through a series of refreshing interviews, honest conversations and bold reenactments, a group of women enrolled in the transformative program share their personal journeys, depicting the emotional highs, lows, obstacles and dreams of a discarded group of Americans that deserve to take their lives back.

Mary Hall Freedom House is one of the few offering comprehensive services beyond just recovery! It is unique and provides a model for the future of recovery programs.

The community, both local and national, speaks to her work…

“Freedom House has grown since its humble beginning in one apartment to become a national leader in gender-specific treatment, recovery, housing and support services, with seven separate housing programs. All of the services are geared towards at-risk women—both with and without children. It offers outpatient and residential substance abuse treatment in addition to GED completion support, employment readiness programs, life skills guidance and parenting classes”. –

“Lucy Hall is an incredible leader, and woman of God focused on changing lives for good. Her passion for building capacity in women is unparalleled.  Our community is able to thrive due to Ms. Halls relentless pursuit to serve those in need.” – Erica Qualls- Battey, Area General Manager Marriott International

“Lucy’s deep commitment to the women of Mary Hall Freedom House, her incredible abilities and her sincere care for our community are just a few of the reasons the SunTrust Foundation chose to honor Lucy and the Mary Hall Freedom House for our Lighting the Way Award. Her work, her faith, and her love of people never slow down.” – Jolie Maxwell, Vice President, Community and Government Affairs, SunTrust Bank

“Lucy Hall is a natural leader with a heart to match her nonprofit and community building skills. Her vision of Mary Hall Freedom House has grown from a small organization making a large impact on women and children to a large organization that continues to change the lives of many more women and children. The organization brings regained hope and self-respect to the women they serve and Lucy has created a culture of acceptance and love that is a true testament to her character and life as a servant leader. The Home Depot Foundation is proud to partner with Mary Hall Freedom House in serving women and children.” – Heather Prill, The Home Depot Foundation

2019 / 71 minutes / Color / English / HD / A film by Ri-Karlo Handy


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