This film uses alternative music and documentary style interviews to raise awareness on the issue of human trafficking. Featured in the documentary are interviews with human rights activists such as Ashley Judd and Madeleine Albright. A large portion of the film also includes musical performances by several well known musicians including Five For Fighting, Switchfoot and Natasha Bendingfield.
The purpose of this evening is both to raise awareness and provide education on the issue of human trafficking and to provide an opportunity for individuals to get involved in bringing hope and freedom to those who are enslaved.
Timea Nagy, victim of human trafficking here in Canada, will be at the event to share her story as well. Timea is using her experiences as a message of hope to those still trapped in slavery, and as training for the RCMP and other groups invested in stopping trafficking in Canada and around the world. She is an inspiration in the darkness that is growing all around us. And she stands as a living testament that there is life above that darkness.
Representatives from local and international organizations will be present to provide information on opportunities to RESPOND to the fight for freedom.
For more information please contact Ziggy Duerksen at 905-685-4062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: This movie is rated PG13 Parents Strongly Cautioned. Some Material May Be Inappropriate For Children Under 13.