Monday, January 17, 2011
The Victory Day Project, a collective of visual media professionals, partnering with Captive Daughters is proud to present an L.A. screening , in solidarity with National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, of “Victory Day," a feature film that exposes the causes and ramifications behind Human Trafficking in Eastern Europe. This unique film looks at how the destabilization and corruption of governments affects local communities and makes them vulnerable to exploitation.
Directed and Produced by Sean Ramsay, the cast is lead by Natalia Shiyanova, Milan Kolik, and Ramsay, together with a cast of about 80 other actors.
The film is showing at the Downtown Independent Theatre, Wednesday, January 26, at 7:00 PM, followed by a soiree on the rooftop bar. Tickets are $10. RSVP required at the Victory Day Project's Facebook page.
Friday, January 7, 2011
We are pleased to be a partner in supporting the distribution of the anti-sex trafficking film, Victory Day. The director, Sean Ramsay, has asked for our help in bringing in donations that will allow the Victory Day Project to:
1. Screen the film throughout Moldova via a mobile theaterYour help is essential in realizing these three goals of the Victory Day Project. Donating $20, $50, $100, $200 or more will ensure that this film is widely seen and that the documentary is completed. All gifts are tax-deductible, and each generous donation $50 and over comes with a gift.
2. Complete an accompanying documentary about real-life trafficking
3. Distribute the film for screenings throughout the United States
DONATE NOW BY VISITING NOTRAFFICKING.NET!
The Victory Day Project's director, Sean Ramsay, has generously agreed to give a portion of the donations to Captive Daughters, so your gift will help to support both independent film AND non-profit anti-trafficking groups like ours.
Thank you and happy new year!