Abrazados Film Premier
Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
Join us for the Abrazados film premier and a dynamic international panel discussing innovative ways communities in low resource settings such as the Amazon of Peru can mobilize to prevent violence.
Abrazados captures the profound changes that occur when a group of rural Amazonian communities come together to address gender violence for the first time.
The film represents a unique collaboration between the communities of the Lower Napo River, filmmaker Anne Fentress, the NGO DB Peru, and University College London. Through a two-year process of living and working alongside the river communities and GAP project team, Anne and her team have crafted highly personal, sensitive and powerful perspectives into the lives of a very special group of communities in the Amazon of Peru.