Charlatan Clinic presents

Whore Films

Auckland
Wednesday to:
20 Jul
Thursday
21 Jul

Venue Location

610 Dominion Road, Balmoral, Auckland

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STANDARD:

ADULT (R18)
$20.00
CONCESSION (R18) Seniors & Students with ID & Equity
$15.00

Timing

Running Time: 1 Hour
Interval: No Interval

Venue Location

610 Dominion Road, Balmoral, Auckland

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Charlatan clinic is delighted to announce the public screening of all 6 Whore films: ‘Underage Sex Worker’, ‘Married Woman’, ‘Illegal Migrant’, ‘Rent Boy’, ‘Transgender’ and ‘Refugee’ to be showcased at Capitol Cinema for two nights, 20th and 21st July, 2016.

The ‘Whore’ project was initially a theatre work performed nationally throughout 2014. All six monologues were then devised to screen by Melissa Fergusson and mentored by writer, Donna Banicevich-Gera.

The core cast for ‘Whore’ Films being Geraldine Creff (‘Underage Sex Worker’, ‘Illegal Migrant’), Rebecca Parr (‘Married Woman’, ‘Refugee) and Lee ah yen Faatoia (‘Transgender’, ‘Rent Boy). Each short film runs for 12 minutes and delivers a snapshot of each street sex worker based on true life experiences in Karangahape Road, Auckland.

Whore is an arresting compilation of six short films about sex workers…” – Simon Prast, Actor

“An emotionally effecting and unflinching series of short films that sets out to reveal the real and human side to people who work under the label of "sex worker"…” – Kathryn Burnett, Screenwriter

Melissa Fergusson has explored in a fearless way cinematically, a dark hidden area of the human sexual psyche…” David Blyth, Filmmaker

 

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