By HTP Editorial
The Social Change Film Festival will be screening Tanya in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Tanya is a narrative short film produced by the Hidden Tears Project. It was directed by Monica Raymund (Chicago Fire) and written by Sam Forman (House of Cards.) Tanya tells the story of a young girl sexually exploited by a human trafficker, who must choose between the life she knows and the uncertainties of freedom.
The festival begins with red carpet arrivals at 1:00 PM, and will be held at West Los Angeles College, located at 9000 Overland Ave., Culver City (View Map).
“The Social Change Film Festival, now in its 6th year, was founded to leverage Chicago’s rich history of film, activism and philanthropy to shine a bright light on these critical, global issues and address them.
Social Change is a national non-profit that transforms lives, organizations and systems via film, community capacity building, technical assistance, advocacy, and legal representation.”
To purchase tickets to the Social Change Film Festival in LA, click here
To learn more about Tanya, click here