Films
2012

What I’ve Been Through is Not Who I Am

A documentary by ECPAT-USA and WITNESS created to educate policy makers about the protection and support that should be offered to young people who have been forced into prostitution. The film follows the story of a young woman, Katrina, who was coerced into prostitution as a teenager. Katrina describes years of abuse and exploitation and having been arrested many times, only to be released straight back to her pimp. Katrina’s story ends with hope as she accepted help, escaped her life of prostitution and is now a mentor to other young women and girls.

http://www.ecpatusa.org

 

2011

Not My Life

A documentary that tells of the detriments of human trafficking on a global scale.

http://notmylife.org/

 

Indoctrinated: The Grooming of Our Children into Prostitution

A documentary about child sex trafficking in San Diego County. Indoctrinated uncovers the vastness of the child sex trafficking business and teaches parents and youth about the methods employed by pimps and gangs in order to recruit, groom, psychologically coerce, and indoctrinate victims into a life of sexual exploitation and violence.

http://www.indoctrinated.org

 

Nefarious: Merchant of Souls

The first in a documentary trilogy, Nefarious exposes the unsettling trends in modern-day sex slavery. The film shows where slaves are sold, where they work, and where they are imprisoned. The documentary includes interviews with both victims and traffickers as well as expert analysis from international humanitarian leaders.

http://nefariousdocumentary.com

 

The Price of Sex

A documentary about young women in Eastern Europe who are lured into the sinister world of sex trafficking. Photojournalist Mimi Chakarova investigates this industry, filming undercover and exposing sex trafficking in Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and the Middle East.

http://priceofsex.org