‘The Prisoner’s Song’ follows two days in the life of an American prisoner, one during his time incarcerated and one as a free man, providing an observational view of the issues within the American prison system. Featuring “The Prisoner’s Song”, written by a prisoner during the mid 1920’s and then stolen by Vernon Dalhart to become the first song in America to sell nearly 1.3 million copies. Official Premiere – Short of the Week WINNER HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Sedona International Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION – Manchester Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION – Mammoth Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION – Manhattan Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION – The Victoria TX Independent Film Festival FINALIST – Carmarthen Bay Film Festival Please consider looking into the work of these organizations and charities, and further contribute to making change for the better: The Bail Project National Bail Out Black Girls Code George Floyd Memorial Fund Colin Kaepernick Know Your Rights Camp The Conscious Kid American Civil Liberties Union Prison Policy Initiative Legal Services for Prisoners with Children Equal Justice Initiative Buried Alive Project