RENATE Film Competition!
Remember, now is the time to prepare and send short films (4 minutes maximum) to be considered at the RENATE Film Festival, taking place at BAFTA and the Royal Society of Arts, London, UK to mark the European anti-Human Trafficking Day, 18 October 2020. RENATE invites students aged 16-24 years to join in RENATE’s mission, using the following slogan and #tags as themes for short films (four minutes):
Slavery – Human Trafficking – Near YOU!
Full information about submitting films, news about the festival and the link to the RENATE Film Competition are available on the newly established RENATE Events website https://www.renateevents.net
Use of the medium of film, is gaining traction in the anti-human trafficking world. Wells of Hope– the award winning documentary film about the Talitha Kum network in the Middle East, is set for continued wider-audience engagement as it will be screened at some major film festivals such as the ‘WOW Film Festival’ in Jordan and the ‘Al Bahr short Film Festival’ in Malaga in the coming months.
Lia Giovinazzi Beltrami, who directed Wells of Hope , brought further acclaim to the film, having been awarded Best Director for the film.
The documentary is now available to view and download via donation, at https://donorbox.org/wells-of-hope. In making a donation, you will be supporting Talitha Kum in continuing to care for the survivors of human trafficking and exploitation in addition to supporting the formation of the Talitha Kum networks in Africa and Asia.