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A new documentary film from the Peabody and Emmy Award-winning producers of A WALK TO BEAUTIFUL and SEA CHANGE


In the shadow of the fifth year anniversary of the #MeToo movement, this intimate,  personal film following a sexual assault survivor and her family explores and reflects the Herculean effort still required in America for a survivor of sexual violence and their loved ones to hold an attacker and the judicial system accountable. 


After surviving a life-threatening sexual assault in her hometown of Lindsborg, Kansas, college freshman Madison Smith and her parents were stunned when the local county prosecutor declined to file charges against the rapist, despite a strong case and compelling physical evidence. 


Traumatized by both the assault itself and her treatment by the police and prosecutor,  Madison never wavered from the conviction that her attacker must be held accountable. She and her family refused to let the criminal justice system deny the facts and ignore her case, or to give up their quest for legal consequences.

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Engel Entertainment


Steven M. Engel

Heidi Reavis

Hilary Klotz Steinman

Hilary Klotz Steinman

Penelope Falk

For questions about LOUD ENOUGH: SURVIVING JUSTICE or to request additional information or resources, please contact Campbell McNicol at

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