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Women In Film: TAPE

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I had the opportunity to watch the Virtual Movie Premiere of Tape as well as an online Q&A discussion after the premiere. I thought this was a good way to tell a story regarding the dark side and challenges in the entertainment industry. It revealed things many don't see or don't want to see, that are often disreguarded, hidden and/or ignored Sharing the story, showing the film helps expose and raise awareness. This is not an easy topic to address and the bravery & vulnerable courage from these women is admirable. The good part is that it opens up the dialog for others to share their story, connect, heal and relate. You can have your power, not be ashamed nor live in fear. The experience has shaped you not break you. Thank you for this film and topics of discussion. 

I would like to share the link and information below with you to check out and learn more about TAPE:

TAPE

Based on true events and set in New York City, TAPE is the story of two aspiring actresses (Isabelle Fuhrman and Annarosa Mudd) who cross paths with the darker side of the entertainment industry.
Social distancing does not mean emotional isolation. Isolation, especially for survivors of #SexualAssault & #Coercion can be painful and frightening. We are with you.
We also invite those who are on the outside of #MeToo and #TimesUp stories but have felt their impact and seek to understand.  Join us.
The TAPE Virtual Theatrical Release from March 26th - April 9th:
  • 7:00 pm EST - Collective Screening (pre order your copy below)
  • 8:45 pm EST - Q&A with Director Deborah Kampmeier and special guests
  • Credit:Please note the Information schedule (white background) above about TAPE is from the website link provided.


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