Kids for cash / Alive Mind ; SenArt Films presents ; produced by Lauren Timmons ; produced & directed by Robert May.
Contributor(s): Ciavarella, Mark [interviewee.] | Conahan, Michael [interviewee.] | May, Robert (Film producer) [film director,, film producer.] | Timmons, Lauren [film producer.] | Das, Poppy [film producer,, editor of moving image work.] | Brook, Michael [composer (expression)] | Gillespie, Jay [director of photography.] | Marritz, Edward [director of photography.] | SenArt Films (Firm) [production company.] | Alive Mind Cinema [film distributor.] | Kino Lorber, Inc [film distributor.].Material type: FilmDescription: 1 videodisc (102 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscOther title: Kids for ca$h [Title on disc label:].Subject(s): Juvenile detention -- Pennsylvania -- Luzerne County | Juvenile courts -- Corrupt practices -- Pennsylvania -- Luzerne County | Juvenile justice, Administration of -- Corrupt practices -- Pennsylvania -- Luzerne County | False imprisonment -- Pennsylvania -- Luzerne County | Bribery -- Pennsylvania -- Luzerne County | Corruption -- Pennsylvania -- Luzerne County | Corrections -- Contracting out -- United StatesGenre/Form: DVDs. | DVD-Video discs. | Videodiscs.DDC classification: 365/.4209748
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Originally released in 2013.
Bonus features: Kids in the system (additional interviews, 16 minutes) -- Image gallery -- Theatrical trailer.
Music, Michael Brook ; cinematography, Jay Gillespie, Eddie Marritz ; film editor and co-producer, Poppy Das.
Interviewees, Mark A. Ciavarella, Michael Conahan, Justin Bodner, Hillary Transue, Amanda Lorah, Sandy Fonzo, Charlie Balasavage, Terrie Morgan-Besecker.
Examines the "kids for cash" scandal, in which two Luzerne County, Pennsylvania judges had set up a system by which they would end up receiving $2.6 million from privately-owned juvenile detention centers for convicting more than 3,000 youths for mostly minor offenses.
MPAA rating: PG-13, for some thematic material and language.
DVD; NTSC, Region 1; widescreen presentation (1.85:1, 16x9); Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.