Hooray for Hollywood is a 22-minute award-winning, critically acclaimed film made to raise awareness about child trafficking.
It is a true story for adults, told with puppetry .
Hooray for Hollywood is currently offered as a 90-minute presentation, with the 22-minute film following with an audience discussion facilitated by Raven Kaliana.  The story is based on her own experiences surviving trafficking throughout her childhood, and she wrote, directed, and produced the film.  This can be commissioned for universities, community groups, policy makers, charities, conferences, workshops, and awareness-raising events.  It originally toured as a 40-minute live play to theatres and festivals in France, Poland and the UK.  The film adaptation of Hooray for Hollywood has screened in Taiwan, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Denmark, Israel, Japan, UK, and America. Presentations of the film have included events at United Nations in Geneva, Commission on the Status of Women in New York, London Assembly, Oxford University, New York University, University of Puerto Rico, Norfolk Police Conference on Indecent Images of Children Crimes, and ECPAT International Conference.  It aired on Danish national television, and there are clips of it featured in a BBC News video on Raven Kaliana's work.



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