Little Stones

AWARD-WINNING DOCUMENTARY LITTLE STONES
FOLLOWING FOUR WOMEN
USING ART TO CREATE CHANGE GLOBALLY

Documentary Screening, LITTLE STONES, Global Women's Empowerment through Film and ArtZonta Club of Northampton Area will have LITTLE STONES video on Thursday, Oct 18th 6:30-8:30pm at Iconica Social Club in Northampton, 1 Amber Ln. All are welcome to attend (~25 people at most). There will no admission charge to see the documentary film; food may be purchased from Iconica Social Club before going into the room with the video.

Little Stones follows Brazilian graffiti artist Panmela Castro, Senegalese rap-singer Sister Fa, Indian dance therapist Sohini Chakraborty, and fashion designer Anna Taylor as they use their art to combat violence against women and to empower women and girls globally.

Featured Artists on Little StonesLittle Stones unites the personal narratives of four women around the world using art to create positive change in their communities. From a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence in the favelas of Brazil to a dancer rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors in India, each of these women is contributing a stone to the mosaic of the women’s movement through their art.

Little Stones unites the personal narratives of four women around the world using art to create positive change in their communities. From a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence in the favelas of Brazil to a dancer rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors in India, each of these women is contributing a stone to the mosaic of the women’s movement through their art.

This 87-minute documentary directed by EMMY® Award-winning filmmaker Sophia Kruz has been screened over 70 times globally, including at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, and on capitol hill for members of congress. LITTLE STONES won Best Documentary at the Vail Film Festival, Best Foreign Documentary at the Female Eye Film Festival, Best of Festival at the Zonta Film Festival, the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, the Humanitarian Award at DOCUTAH, and an Award of Excellence from Impact Docs.


 

  At the beginning of this event (about 10 minutes), we will be giving a Young Women in Public Affairs Award to our student winner from last Spring.
    Also,
Little Stones documentary film is being shown in many places around the world – a number of them will be sponsored by Zonta Clubs this year, including a few others in western Massachusetts. You could find out when and where at Zonta District 1 website.