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MIGHTY GROUND the Debut of Delila Vallot’s Powerful Homeless Crisis Documentary Release Set for April 10

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Indie film leader Random Media announces the debut of director Delila Vallot’s intimate and moving documentary "MIGHTY GROUND," on DVD and digital platforms, April 10. 

A real-world story of hope and inspiration that debuted to acclaim at the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival, "MIGHTY GROUND" showcases the story of homeless LA singer Ronald Troy Collins, whose gift of music touches the lives of all those around him on his rocky road to redemption.

"MIGHTY GROUND’s" national debut coincides with an ongoing series of US theatrical screenings, many of which feature musical performances by Collins. 

Sponsored by Bank of America and Merrill Lynch, in partnership with leading national non-profit provider of housing for today's homeless, HomeAid America, the film continues to play to acclaim at festivals across the US and theatrically in markets including Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, Austin, Portland, San Jose and Orange County, California. (Information about the ongoing tour can be found at homeaid.org/mightyground.)

The DVD/digital and theatrical film releases will also launch the debut of "MIGHTY GROUND’s" EP soundtrack (of the same name) which features three contemporary soul tracks that were recorded and are the product of the narrative of the intimate and inspiring film. 

It can be pre-order at: apple.co/2odG6oc.

Logline: Moving documentary following the journey of a gifted, but homeless, singer living on the streets of LA Skid Row who is a living example of redemption and what it means to transform oneself from rock bottom.

More About the Film:
There are more than 57,000 homeless people in Los Angeles. "MIGHTY GROUND" is the story of one of them. In MIGHTY GROUND, Ronald Troy Collins makes his way through the days by singing to people on the streets of downtown Los Angeles. As with most of the homeless, Collins is nearly invisible to the majority of passers-by, with all but a few refusing to even acknowledge his presence. But those who stop to listen find themselves captivated by the depth of his prophetic voice, and by the mystical songs he composes on the spot and directs at the listener’s soul.

Enchanted, these listeners find themselves making a deep and unfathomable connection with Ronald that crosses racial and economic lines. Recognizing that they need to hear his song as much as he needs to sing it to them, they stay. This is exactly what happened to producer Aimee Schoof and music supervisor William Dane in January of 2016. What began as a random encounter on a downtown LA street quickly turned into a tale of vitality, heartbreak and ultimately, redemption for all involved.

Picking up where the homeless as mere statistics drop off, Mighty Ground captures those auspicious moments when the people Collins has sung into his life collectively support and pray for his transformation, but the weight of his addiction threatens to derail his chances for redemption and recovery.

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