The film demonstrates how we can all be little stones in a mosaic of larger global ideas and movements and is centerpiece for the Little Stone Project, being held Nov. 2-5 in Bend, Oregon.
Tickets: General Admission: $12 (plus $3 historic preservation fee at checkout)(NOTE: for mature audiences. Subject matter in the film related to violence against women would not be suitable for children.)
Film screening with special guest Sophia Kruz, EMMY Award-winning filmmaker/director of "Little Stones". Special introduction by Jason Graham (MoWo), live performance by The Vibe Dance Center Company.
From a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence in the favelas of Brazil, to a dancer rehabilitating sex trafficking survivors in India, LITTLE STONES profiles four female artists, each of whom are using their art to affect change in the area of violence against women.
Winner of Best Documentary at its 2017 Vail Film Festival World Premiere, "Little Stones" is an 87-minute film directed by EMMY Award-winning filmmaker Sophia Kruz and cinematographer Meena Singh (Hollidaysburg, 20 Feet from Stardom), with music by Sundance Composing Lab alumni Amrita Vaz (500 Days of Summer). The film was produced in Senegal, Kenya Brazil, Germany, India and the USA.
Find out more about the 4 day Little Stone Project in Bend at www.littlestoneproject.org
Proceeds from the Little Stone Project benefit Saving Grace: Imagine Live without Violence.