Raising awareness
of the global human trafficking crisis.


Raising awareness
of the global human trafficking crisis.
Screenwave International Film Festival '19. 10-15th January.

'Sisters For Sale' is screening at the 4th Screenwave International Film Festival

Human Trafficking ensnares millions of people into modern-day slavery, many of whom are sexually exploited.

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Back in black

Four weeks ago, thanks to a massive technical failure and a consistent error in creating backups, I lost our feature documentary, 'Sisters for Sale'.  Yesterday, thanks to Laco Gaal and Dave Imison, I was finally able to reconstruct the film, which means we can now go...

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Something’s burning

This year's festive season has been marred by catastrophic technical failure for our feature documentary, 'Sisters for Sale'.  'Sisters for Sale' is comprised of over a thousand separate video, audio, animation, graphics and music files.  Using the software, editing...

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Australian premiere

After the recent success of our world premiere (and first award!) at the Human Rights Film Festival of Naples, Italy, I'm excited to announce the details of the next major event on our calendar: our Australian premiere.  Our feature documentary, 'Sisters for Sale',...

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Upcoming Screenings & Festivals

Screenwave International Film Festival '19. Laurel - 2019 Official Selection.

Screenwave International Film Festival 2019

‘Sisters for Sale’ will screen at the 4th Screenwave International Film Festival in Coffs Harbour, Australia, which runs from 10th to 25th January 2019. The non-competitive festival includes an diverse range of over 60 feature films from 20 countries, both fictional and documentary, including films that have won prizes at some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals – Cannes, Sundance, Tribeca, and the Berlinale. Ben (the film’s director) will be presenting the film personally, and hosting a Q&A session after the 16th January screening.

Thank you for your courage, your tenacity, and your willingness to do something beyond just talk about the tragedy that is human trafficking – I applaud you.

- Donnie Featherston -

Supporter of The Human, Earth Project

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