TAPOLOGO — Human Rights Watch International Film Festival

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Date/Time: 23/06/2009 12:00 am

I’d like to invite you all to the screenings of our film TAPOLOGO, in NY.
Here are the dates and times:
US Premiere at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
Film Society of Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater
6:30PM Tuesday, June 23rd
9:00PM Wednesday, June 24th
A moving story of women in South Africa who have turned their tragedy into a tool.
Freedom Park squatter camp, situated in the Northwest province, accommodates a migrant workforce that mines the world’s largest single source of platinum. The women in this community service the needs of the male miners as a means of basic survival. A group of former sex workers living with HIV have created a network called Tapologo and have learnt to be home-based care-workers, joining in solidarity to care for others in the community living with HIV. As we learn each woman’s story, we come to understand how she herself was transformed—from someone who had lost hope into someone who decided to help others in the same situation


sally gutierrez dewar
I can also up to 20 tickets for the price of 7$ instead of 11$, so if you’d like
to come, pls tell me and I’ll get the tickets and you can reimburse me.
If you could do us the huge favor of recommending our film to your friends and
acquaintances gabriela and I would be very grateful. Here are the links to buy the
ticket and for the programme. GRACIAS!



The film’s page http://www.hrw.org/en/iff/tapologo also links to the ticketing
pages via the screening pages.
To download the full program as a PDF and to see the list of films screening in the
festival, one can visit http://www.hrw.org/en/iff/new-york.

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