Last Thursday. Every month at Venice Arts! Women's Voices on Screen features extraordinary films by and about women from around the world, developed by Women's Voices Now and Venice Arts This new, collaborative screening series reflects Venice Arts’ commitment to uplifting the voices of underrepresented communities around the world and Women’s Voices Now’s mission to amplify the voices of all women by promoting the free expression of women's struggles for civil, economic, political, and gender rights.
Watch the films. Join the conversation. Please join us for our final screening in this series, featuring We Live in the 21st Century! and Breaking the Silence: Moroccans Speak Out. A community discussion following the screenings will be led by Patricia Giggans, Executive Director of Peace Over Violence.
We Live in the 21st Century!
Dir. Hilda Hashempour | Canada | 2007
Women discuss discrimination against women all around the world.
Breaking the Silence: Moroccans Speak Out
GlobalGirl Media Morocco | Morocco | 2013
"Breaking the Silence: Moroccans Speak Out" is a documentary film about sexual harassment in Morocco. The documentary is a candid and powerful exposition of the issue, highlighting personal stories of women’s experiences, and presenting analyses by experts in the field, who offer pathways to creating and implementing solutions.
7:30pm reception, 8:00pm screening.