Critically acclaimed, “Stopping Traffic” dives into the pervasive scope of sex trafficking. From the United States, Mexico, and Asia, the depth child sexual exploitation is exposed.
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“I Am Jane Doe” follows the court cases of American girls who fell victims of the sex trade through Backpage.com.
This documentary takes a look at modern slavery across the world. Shot in 19 countries, “Sex Trafficking: 2017” takes on a variety of perspectives and experiences, including both victims and perpetrators.
This short film outlines the simplicity in buying and selling human beings in Nebraska. “Sold for Sex” takes a factual and activist approach, as it explains Nebraska’s specific problem.
This film builds a unique story of modern-day abolitionists on rescue missions.
With over 800,000 women and children working in the sex trade in the Philippines, “Children of the Sex Trade” shows a grueling story, where previous victims of trafficking commit their lives to saving more victims of the Filipino sex trade. With high levels of police and government corruption, escaping the trade is a near impossible job.
“A Path Appears” looks at the roots of vulnerability and how we can effectively combat the exploitation of human trafficking victims.
“Hot Girls Wanted” follows the lives of freshly 18 porn stars and the mass fetishization of teen and amateurs on the internet.
In this documentary, Jada Pinkett Smith explores the sex trade, exposing how victims are lured into exploitation through romantic promises and abuse.
With a $3 billion revenue a year, America’s sex trafficking industry exploits vulnerable children. “Tricked” follows the Denver vice squad in it efforts to expose perpetrators and rescue victims.
“Nefarious: Merchant of Souls” takes on human trafficking around the world, with perspectives from all facets of the child sex trafficking industry.
Academy award nominee, Robert Bilheimer, directs “Not My Life”, which was the first documentary of its kind to expose modern-day slavery on a global scale.
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“Very Young Girls” follows the stories of four girls trafficked in New York City, lured into the business at the average age of 13.
This film exposes the reality and commonality of modern-slavery.