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November 18, 2014 6:45PM - November 20, 2014 9:30PM
Princess Twin Cinema
46 King St. N., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2J2W8
The 4th annual Zonta Film Festival, running from November 18th-20th, 2014 showcases courageous, powerful and thought-provoking films that highlight women's and human rights. The film festival is an opportunity to support talented filmmakers who produce films promoting advocacy, education and change. Evening films are followed by Q&A sessions with one of the film reps which will allow you to ask questions and voice opinions. For more information, go to: http://kwzontafilmfestival.com/
This film festival is hosted by the Zonta Club of Kitchener Waterloo, a member club of Zonta International. For more information, visit http://www.zontakw.org
This year's films:
Highway of Tears
A documentary about the missing or murdered women along a 724 kilometer stretch of highway in northern British Columbia. In Canada, more than 500 cases of Aboriginal women have gone missing or been murdered since the 1960s. You will discover what the effects of generational poverty, residential schools, systemic violence, and high unemployment rates have done to First Nation reserves and how they tie in with the missing and murdered women.
Red Light, Green Light
As nations around the globe attempt to fight sex trafficking, many consider legalizing prostitution. Two filmmakers travel across ten countries to explore the issue, attempting to answer the question:
“How can we prevent sexual exploitation before it happens in the first place?”
How to Lose your Virginity
This hilarious, eye-opening, occasionally alarming documentary uses the filmmaker’s own path out of virginity to explore its continuing value in our otherwise hypersexualized society. Revealing myths, dogmas and misconceptions behind this "precious gift", sex educators, porn producers, abstinence advocates, and outspoken teens share their own stories of having - or not having - sex.
Features nine courageous women’s rights advocates with connections to Muslim-majority societies who are engaged in a dialogue about gender inequality. Freedom of movement, the right to education, forced marriage, and female genital mutilation are some of the systematic abuses explored in depth
I Am A Girl
Feminism may have promised equality and sought a better and fairer world for women but the reality is that girls make up almost a quarter of the world’s population yet still face the greatest discrimination of any group in the world. Yet in spite of these obstacles, girls have found extraordinary ways to persevere and in this film we hear their stories of strength, hope, courage and a refusal to be second best.
No Problem - Six Months With The Barefoot Grandmamas
At Barefoot College in India, numerous illiterate rural women from all over the world, particularly Africa, are being trained as solar engineers. The film follows the story of the 2011 batch of African women, sharing a unifying goal – to become solar engineers and bring electricity to their villages which have never had light. Through the stories of these women, a fascinating tale of sustainability, demystification of technology, and social inclusion unfolds.
Special thanks to our 2014 Festival Partner: BMO Bank of Montreal.
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