Presented by Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights
Thursday, December 2 – Sunday, December 5, 2010 | See All Dates
Presented by the Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights, this forum will bring together filmmakers, survivors, activists and academics to explore the power of film in effectuating a movement to combat commercial sexual exploitation and modern-day slavery. To learn more or purchase tickets please visit bitahrfilmforum.org.
1pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
FATAL PROMISES | Running time: 88 min.
OPENING REMARKS to the Film Forum by Cynthia Close, Executive Director of Documentary Educational Resources. Fatal Promises is followed by a panel featuring Taina Bien-Aime, Executive Director of Equality Now, and the Director,Kat Rohrer.
4:30pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
DAUGHTERS AND SONS: PREVENTING CHILD TRAFFICKING IN THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE | Running time: 25 min
Daughters and Sons is followed by a Q & A with the Director, Sarah Feinbloom.
5:45pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
SOLD IN AMERICA | Running time: 9:30 min.
Introductory remarks by Cherie Jimenez, founder and director of Kim’s project. Sold in America is followed by a Q & A with survivor Maria Suarez.
7:30pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
REDLIGHT | Running time: 72 min.
Introduction by Heather Faris, Co-Founder, Cambridge School for Cambodia. RedLight is followed by a Q & A with the Director Guy Jacobson.