A flim by Catherine Scott
The extraordinary story of an Australian sex worker and her clients with disability.
Impassioned about freedom of sexual expression and the therapeutic power of human touch and sexual intimacy, Australian sex worker Rachel Wotton works with many clients with disability. The latest documentary from award-winning filmmakers – director Catherine Scott and producer Pat Fiske – Scarlet Road follows Rachel’s special connection with two remarkable men. John was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 26 years ago, and Mark was born with cerebral palsy.
The depth, humour and passion in this documentary will transform the way you see sex workers and people with disabilities forever.
Q&A with Director/Co-Producer Catherine Scott & Producer Pat Fiske
Umjoa: No Men Allowed
Written and directed by Elizabeth Tadic
Produced by Elizabeth Tadic & Selene Alcock
Starring Rebecca Lolsoli
UMOJA: No Men Allowed is the heartwarming story of tribal Samburu Women in Kenya who turn age-old patriarchy on its head when they set up a women’s only village. Matriarch Rebecca Lolosoli brings together the exiled women who were beaten up by their abusive husbands. When the women start their own business, their success incurs the wrath of the men resutling in an unlikely gender war. Winner, 2010 F4 Award AIDC, Official Selection, IDFA 2010, Finalist ATOM 2011 Awards.
ELIZABETH TADIC is an international award-winning journalist and filmmaker. She has won several awards for her films including a 2006 United Nationals Media Peace Award and a 2007 Rory Peck – Sony Impact Award.
Dates & Times:
7pm, Monday 3 September 2012
Screen Cafe Members $7, Non-members $12*
* Transaction fees apply