Invitation to the Brussels premiere of 'A woman captured', 19 February 2019, Brussels
We are please to extend the invitation of our partner institution, the UK Permanent Representation to the EU, to the Brussels premiere of ‘Why Slavery: A Woman Captured’ at the BOZAR on Tuesday, 19 February 2019 at 19:00.
The film will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with:
Bernadett Tuza-Ritter - Director of A Woman Captured
Mette Hoffmann Meyer - CEO of Why Slavery
Irene Wintermayr - International Labour Organization
There will be a drinks reception after the screening. We invite you to register as soon as possible.
Please send your RSVP to UKREP.Events@fco.gov.uk before 18 February 2019.
Registration starts at 18:30. Doors close at 19:00.
Why Slavery: A Woman Captured is a raw and intimate portrayal of the psychology behind enslavement. Award-winning Director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter offers an evocative study of a woman so debased and disregarded that even she has lost sight of her own life. As a close friendship develops between the captured woman (Marish) and the filmmaker, Marish’s confidence is slowly restored as she begins to imagine a different life for herself. With this new found sense of confidence, will A Woman Captured ever be able to escape the unbearable oppression to become a free woman?
More information is also available on the BOZAR website. If you have any questions please get in touch with Kate Gowans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This film is in Hungarian with English subtitles. Runtime: 60 mins