Searching for Angela Shelton – the ORIGINAL


– the ORIGINAL 2004 (the fart dedicated to dad at the end)





This documentary was Angela Shelton’s directorial debut and shifted the course of her entire life. It is also is the reason there is a large gap in her IMDB page, because she went on the road for over a decade helping raise money and awareness for rape crisis centers, child advocacy centers, and domestic violence shelters.

To this day, this film is utilized around the world as a tool to help break the silence and begin breaking the cycle of abuse and violence.


In the uplifting and multiple award-winning documentary, Searching for Angela Shelton, filmmaker Angela Shelton drives around the United States surveying other Angela Sheltons. She discovers that 70% of the Angela Sheltons she speaks to are survivors of rape, childhood sexual abuse and/or domestic violence.


Watch the original documentary (with the fart at the end) here:

This film helps

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Thank you so much for sharing Angela and her films with people you know who have been through trauma.

The pandemic of abuse and violence in this world is astounding. As we break the silence and the cycle of violence and abuse in our own lives, we alter the course of our stories and affect everyone around us in a more positive way.  

So let’s do it!


The pain from trauma has no boundaries of gender or politics. Pain, anxiety, fear and trauma doesn’t care about who you are or where you came from, but YOU can choose to get better, heal and move on in powerful ways.