‘Invisible Hands’ exposes child labor


India Post News Service

‘Invisible Hands’ exposes child labor and child trafficking within the supply chains of the world’s biggest corporations, which produce some of our most loved items. The film offers a harrowing account of children as young as five years old making the products we buy and consume every day. Chilling undercover footage shows children being sold like animals to the highest bidder and others being abused by this pervasive slave labor.

Invisible Hands digs deep into a modern slavery system quietly supported by some of the world’s largest companies, demanding to know why top stakeholders continue to engage in this unlawful practice.

‘Invisible Hands’ is directed by Shraysi Tandon and written by Tandon and Chad Beck. The film is produced by Tandon and Academy award winner Charles Ferguson, and is executive produced by Christina Weiss Lurie, Todd Dagres, Mark Wilf, and Jane Wilf. Cinematography is by Yuanchen Liu, Erik Shirai, and Selase Kove Seyram, and editing is by Chad Beck. Music by Sofia Hultquist.

‘Invisible Hands’ opens in New York on November 23 and in Los Angeles on November 30.