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The Women’s Support Project, in conjunction with Glasgow Film Theatre presents ‘TRUST’

August 4, 2011

SCREEN DEBATES

The Women’s Support Project, in conjunction with Glasgow Film Theatre presents

TRUST’ – directed by David Schwimmer.

14-year-old Annie (Liana Liberato) makes a new friend online that she thinks is a 16-year-old boy named Charlie. Even though her parents (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) think their daughter spends too much time chatting online, it seems like a harmless connection, sharing volleyball tips in a chat room. However, it becomes much more, Annie agrees to meet him in person, and he is not who he claims to be. What follows results in events so traumatic that it forever changes the lives of the entire family. *THIS IS THE FIRST SCREENING IN GLASGOW * (Certificate 15)

David Schwimmer is well known for his role in ‘Friends’ and many other films but he has also been committed to anti-violence advocacy for women for over 14 years.  He made this film to raise awareness of child sexual abuse and exploitation, to promote discussion and highlight the impact on the whole family.  He has especially focused on the father’s reactions.

Following the screening there will be an audience/panel discussion and we are delighted to welcome to the panel, Karen Boyle, Lecturer Film & TV Studies, University of Glasgow, Chief Inspector Graham Goulden, Violence Reduction Unit and Liz Grattan, Team Leader, Family Support Project.

PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT **

GLASGOW FILM THEATRE, CINEMA 2

Tuesday, 13th September, 2011 5.45 pm- 8.15 pm

Sign Language Interpretation. Special offer-all Tickets £4.00 available from 18th August from Glasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose Street, Glasgow, 0141 332 6535 or on line at

http://www.glasgowfilm.org/

Wheelchair Accessible.

SEPTEMBER 2011: MONTH OF ACTION TO RAISE AWARENESS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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