Our Upcoming Documentary

July 17, 2014

Being kept in the dark on life changing topics burden our viewpoints. Challenging stereotypes 

and changing our perspective only happens when we know more information from both sides 

in every case. This is why it is vital to be informed and aware of important situations that are 

occurring every day, so we can be inspired to be better people and speak out for justice.

 

That being said, over the next several months MiGHTY MYT will strive to engage our current 

and new followers with sensitive and important topics. Mainly, as we work on our documentary about Shaken Baby Syndrome, we will enlighten you with a better understanding on the topic and the misguided criminal justice system. Whereas for the most part, hospitals, public health clinics and private practice offices for example are seen as places where people get better and are treated fairly, there are several cases with egregious pediatrician diagnoses with unfortunate outcomes.

 

Shedding light on the facts and myths of shaken baby syndrome, the criminal justice system, 

and medical errors helps everyone improve their views and judgments on this sensitive topics. 

We at MiGHTY MYT feel strongly about these issues and wish to provide helpful information 

over the next couple of months in attempt to spread awareness and inform everyone who is 

willing to listen to the facts and insightful viewpoints.

 

 

Who is behind the project?

 

Jason Crain and Eli Buck stand behind MiGHTY MYT with a yearning to create meaningful 

stories. By uncovering the truth, they are able to transcend the trap of public consciousness 

when one is accused of a heinous crime.

 

Director, producer and writer Jason Crain has been bringing imaginations to life for over 15 

years in the entertainment industry. Since he positions himself as the listener of the story first 

before he tells the story, Jason is able to offer a more unbiased approach to directing while 

maintaining a passionate ambition for the cause.

 

Writer/Producer Eli Buck’s passion for film has rooted him in both New York and LA. It wasn’t 

long before Eli connected with Jason at MiGHTY MYT in Los Angeles that they quickly 

discovered their complimentary talents. His style works symbiotically with Jason’s passion to 

represent the underrepresented, playing an integral role in developing fresh perspective to 

story lines.

 

Follow us on this journey as Jason and Eli unravel complex questions, raise awareness and 

humbly serve the subjects of their films.

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