Synopsis

As nations around the globe attempt to fight sex trafficking, many consider legalizing prostitution. Two filmmakers travel across ten countries to explore the issue and attempt to answer the question: “How can we prevent sexual exploitation before it happens in the first place?”

 

 

Media

“Red Light Green Light makes a persuasive case.” -NOW News

“Amazing…” -Barrie Examiner

“A blunt, international peek into the grim lives of victimized women…” -Leader Pictorial

“[Red Light Green Light’s] power lies in the persuasiveness of its content and arguments.” -Cinephelia

Endorsements

“Today, I am excited to tell you that Jay and Michelle have released a new documentary on prostitution and sex trafficking called Red Light Green Light.  I found this film to be a genuine examination of human trafficking and prostitution and the reality of the different international responses to prostitution. Red Light Green Light leads viewers on a compelling journey through the complex and often ignored issue of prostitution with a strong focus on “How can we prevent sexual exploitation before it happens in the first place?” In this regard, Red Light Green Light provides meaningful and attainable solutions to ending prostitution and sexual exploitation in our nation. It is truly a must watch film for each and every Canadian.”  – Canadian Member of Parliament Joy Smith

“I was gripped, convicted, and inspired from opening frame to closing credits.  A masterpiece of investigative journalism, Red Light Green Light is a call to wisdom, compassion and action.  This movie will change the way we think about, talk about, and decide about the growing plight of women in the sex trade.  No one who cares about this issue will want to miss this.  No one who sees this will be able to remain indifferent.”  – Mark Buchanan, Bestselling Author 

“Red Light, Green Light identifies the source of human trafficking and what has driven this crime to become so prevalent across the world. It gets to the root issue and provides effective solutions that we can all be a part of.  Watch the film then take action and watch your world change.”  – Tara Teng, Miss World Canada 2012, TV Host and Human Rights Activist

 

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Category
Documentary - Current Affairs


Run Time
52 mins HD


Awards / Festivals

Official Selection – Sarasota Film Festival

Official Selection – UN Women Through Women’s Eyes Film Festival

Official Selection – Gimli Film Festival

Official Selection – Zonta Film Festival




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