New York City, NY, USA - October 13, 2021 - New York filmmaker Judi Polanco and Cinematographer Andrew Porter, have announced today that they are hosting a film screening event for their short documentary film on domestic violence. The film screening will be held on Thursday, October 28th, from 6pm – 7pm at the Angelika Film Center in Soho, 18 W Houston Street, New York, NY 10012. The title of this film is "She Survived" and it is an inspiring short documentary film about the epidemic of domestic violence worldwide. As the title suggests, the film primarily focuses on violence against women, and it is inspired by Judi’s own experience with domestic violence as a child.
“The film’s narrative will follow the heartbreaking stories from survivors of domestic violence, who still have scars from the men who hurt them.” Said Judi Polanco, while talking about the documentary. “The goal of this project is to inspire change in the hearts of viewers, and we aim to raise awareness regarding the global menace of violence against women with this documentary.” Domestic violence is a cultural issue, and this film aims to target the promotion of violence against women in society.
1 in 3 women worldwide experience physical or violence in their lifetime, which is an alarming number. The film aims to inspire discussion and action to stop the toxic culture. Domestic violence has been a part of culture, religion, and life since the beginning of time and by supporting the film screening, everyone will have an opportunity to make their contribution in ending violence against women. The screening is free of charge.
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Phone: (646) 217-9459
Address:Angelika Film Center in Soho, 18 W Houston Street
City: New York
State: NY 10012
Country: United States