February 11, 2005

Upcoming Festival Screenings


June 2006
Jersey Human Rights Film Festival
Jersey Arts Centre
Jersey, Channel Islands, UK

Previously screened at

Benefit for Amnesty International at the Pacific Film Archive
Berkeley, CA

The Artivist Film Festival
Hollywood, CA

The New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival
New Orleans, LA

Greenwich Film Festival
Greenwich, CT

ARPA International Film Festival
ArcLight Cinemas, Hollywood, CA

Arlene's Grocery, New York
Winner: Best Documentary

United Nations Association Film Festival, Stanford University

Amnesty International "On Campus" Film Festival

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Upcoming Non-Theatrical Screenings


March 8, 2006
Western Michigan University

March 14, 2006
"Shaping the Future: New Voices and Strategies on Human Trafficking"
Conference hosted by Freedom Network USA
Chicago

March 15, 2006
The Gandhi-King Season for Non-Violence Program
at United Nations Headquarters, NYC
Sponsored by the Temple of Understanding, The UN Department of Public Information, Mahavir Jain Mission, The Interfaith Center of New York, The World Peace Prayer Society

March 16, 2006
Shaping the Future: New Voice and Startegies on Human Trafficking
Freedom Network USA- Conference
Chicago, Illinois

April 20,21, 2006
California State University at Northridge

Stolen Childhoods has also been shown at:

December 2nd 2004
UNICEF Headquarters, NY on the occasion of the 15th Anniversary of the adoption of the UN Resolution on the Rights of the Child

December 5th 2004
Fordham University School of Law

February 25th 2005
Columbia University School of International Studies, New York

March 14th, 2005
Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Brandeis University

April 14th, 2005
The University of Oklahoma

June 8th 2005
CARE Fundraising Event
Coolidge Corner Theatre
Brookline, MA

August 29th 2005
Amnesty International Benefit
Pacific Film Archive
Berkeley, CA

September 21st 2005
Frank Porter Graham Lecture
Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Associated Photo Exhibit of Robin Romano's photographs from the film Stolen Childhoods

September 24th 2005
Fourth Annual United Nations Association Film Festival
John F. Kennedy School of Government
3pm at the Wiener Auditorium
Taubman Building (enter at 15 Eliot Street)
Cambridge, MA

September 25th 2005
Boston University
12 noon at the Morse Auditorium
602 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA

October 12th 2005
University of Illinois
7pm at Illini Union - Courtyard Café

January 23, 24, 2006
International Forum: Dignity Without Loss
Responsible Educational, Social and Labor Strategies with Migrant Agricultural Workers
Spnosred by: The Mexican Ministry of Education

February 25, 2006
Duarte Regional High School
Performing Arts Center

March 7, 2006
Sarah Lawrence College

American University
International Peacebuilding and Development Institute

Harvard Film Archive/The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies

The University of Iowa Child Labor Center

Yale University/Schell Center for International Human Rights

University of Texas School of Law

Goddard College

The University of Vermont

Middlebury College

Ohio University

University of Kansas

School for International Training, Brattleboro, VT

Malone College

St. Mary's University, Halifax, NS

The National Conference of the League of United Latin American Citizens/presented by the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP)

Child Labor Coalition, Washington, D.C.

American Anti-Slavery Group, Cambridge, MA

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February 26, 2005

To Arrange a Screening

To arrange for a screening of Stolen Childhoods in your community, please contact Galen Films (508/693-0752).

Since completing the film, we have had dozens of showings on college campuses, at high schools, libraries, churches and in other settings. We encourage using the film for fundraising to support groups working to end child labor. A list of the NGO groups we have worked with directly in the film's production is available in the Links section of this web site. These are groups, profiled in the film, that work directly with children. They would benefit from financial support. We leave that decision ultimately in the hands of the organizers of the showing. We ask that each group showing the film publicly purchase their own copy of the film. Copies purchased by schools, NGO's and other organizations include a license to show the film for educational purposes where no admission is charged. Requests to have members of the film team participate in your local showing are also coordinated through Galen Films.

Requests can be made via e-mail to: galen@vineyard.net

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June 02, 2005

Theatrical Showings


Stolen Childhoods has recently concluded its run at:

The Quad Cinema, NYC (May 20-27)
The Laemmle Theatre, Los Angeles (June 3rd-June 10th)
The Coolidge Corner Cinema, Brookline, MA (June 24th-30)
The Hollywood Theatre, Portland, OR (June 24-30)
Tower Theatre, Salt Lake City, UT (July 1-7)
The Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago, IL (July 22-28)
The Triplex, Great Barrington, MA (August 5-11)
The Chelsea Theater, Chapel Hill, NC (September 23-29)
The Loft Cinema, Tucson, AZ (November 4th)
Cornell Cinema, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (November 29th-December 1st)

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