Reserve your ticketsto join WVN at the Levantine Cultural Center of Los Angeles, on June 6-7, from 6-10 p.m. Celebrate the winning films of our 2014 online short-film festival, Women Bought and Sold: Voices United Against Violence.Screenings accompanied by expert discussants. Ticket price includes light Moroccan dinner and drinks.Seating is limited.
$15 General Admission
$12 Students with I.D.
Women Bought and Sold: Voices United Against Violence aims to portray a deeper understanding of the worldwide issue of sexualized violence against women. Subjects broached in this film salon weekend include trafficking, slavery, domestic, servitude, forced marriages, sexual harassment, sexuality, and sexual freedom. Join us in viewing and discussing these films in the fight against these obstacles to peace, prosperity, and the dignity of women.
Your film ticket includes a delicious homestyle meal catered by Bouchra Azizy featuring cheese and spinach fatayer, ground beef and veggie rolls, hummus, falafel, salmon mousse on cucumber a bastilla, a delicious Moroccan speciality, plus for dessert, fruit or baklava.See below for each evening's full schedule.
Saturday, June 6
Blobfish by Urgur Ferhat Korkmuz and Atilla Borutcu
In the Name of Tradition by May El Hossamy
The Reflex by Ali and Hussein Mousavi
Get Along by Parya Vatankhah
"States of Violence"
Chronicle of Tahrir Square by Nour Zaki
Final Moments by Shadi Amin
Mohtaramaby Malek Shafi'i and Diana Saqeb
Take Care by Afrooz Nasersharif
Sunday, June 7
"Conditions of Culture"
Breaking the Silence by Rajae Hammadi and Global Girl Media
Vomit II by Celia Elslamieh Shomal
Swap by Sayed Masoud Islami
Shadow of the Stone by Fatemeh Keihani
"Women without Men"
Aabida by Maaria Syed
The Virginity Minarets by Farhad Rezaee
Behind the Wheelby Elise Laker
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