Films to Awaken Awareness of Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Looking for films that explore issues of human trafficking? These films #DirectedbyWomen focus on sex trafficking, which is just one of many forms of human trafficking. Some are available to stream. Add the others to your watch list. And take action to help end human trafficking in all its forms.

Catherine the Great (2011) [5 min] directed by Anna Kuntsman


Dreamland | Traumland (2013)  [98 min] directed by Petra Biondina Volpe


Eden (2012) [98 min] directed by Megan Griffiths – Amazon Prime


I Am Jane Doe (2017) [98 min] directed by Mary Mazzio – Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Netflix, Vimeo & DVD


I Am Still Here (2017) [104 min] directed by Mischa Marcus – Screening Schedule


Insatiable (2012) [10 min] directed by Aimee Galicia Torres


Sands of Silence: Waves of Courage (2016) [86 min] directed by Chelo Alvarez-Stehle – Screening Schedule | Pre-order DVD


Stopping Traffic (2017) [79 min] directed by Sadhvi Siddhali Shree – iTunes


Trance | Transe (2006) [119 min] directed by Teresa Villaverde – Amazon Prime


The Whistleblower  (2010) [112 min] directed by Larysa Kondracki – Amazon Video

Take Action To Stop Online Sex Trafficking!

Mary Mazzio, director of I Am Jane Doe, directed this PSA, which “underscores the urgency to clarify and update Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act in order to better disrupt online sex trafficking of children and adult victims.” Please take a moment to watch and then contact your members of Congress:

Visit the I Am Jane Doe website to find out more about this crucial issue and how you can make a difference.