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1h45m (including discussion) | Directed by Brent and Craig Renaud | USA | Documentary
Presented with Covenant House Michigan
From VICE Documentary Films and executive producer Michael K. Williams comes the feature-length documentary film Shelter, which follows the lives of homeless youth in New Orleans over the course of a year as they navigate financial struggles, health, and mental illness. Brothers Brent and Craig Renaud tell the raw and emotional stories of the kids who seek shelter at the Covenant House on the outskirts of New Orlean’s French Quarter, many of whom have already been labeled as drug addicts, schizophrenics, criminals, and outcasts. (c) VICE