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BBC Newshour - G talking about Sold
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Хорошая фотка.

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Она без макияжа  и укладки совсем ребенок.

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Она без макияжа  и укладки совсем ребенок.

Загадка природы, а не женщина!

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Джиллиан будет присутствовать на Illuminate Film Festival, который пройдет с 27 по 31 мая в Sedona, Arizona, там покажут фильм, после которого пройдет панель с вопросами и ответами, акция благотворительная, средства пойдут в фонд по борьбе с проблемой, освещенной в фильме.
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Джиллиан представит "Sold" на кинофестивале Illuminate Film Festival в Седоне, штат Аризона, состоится это событие 28 мая в 19-00 в SPAC Main Theater. По окончании фильма встреча Q&A с Джиллиан, режиссером Джеффри Д. Брауном и другими.

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Кадр из фильма "Sold":
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Хорошенькая

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Джиллиан на съемках

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Отредактировано Marina_S (2015-10-17 18:54:05)

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Трейлер

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Такая потрясающе красивая!  :love:  :love:

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Трейлер

Интересный фильм по всей видимости и не самый легкий, надеюсь, скоро нам удастся его посмотреть.

Небольшое интервью Джиллиан к фильму:

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:love:  :love:

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С фотиком она шикарно смотрится.

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Gillian Anderson on why you should see "Sold"

Gillian Anderson wasn’t expecting to appear in the movie “Sold.” The actress, known for her role on “The X-Files,” had initially been approached by Oscar-winning director Jeffrey Brown (“Molly’s Pilgrim”) about just being part of the film’s campaign.

She immediately said yes because she felt passionate about the movie’s topic: the worldwide human rights issue of sex trafficking.

“There was really no role in it. There was one shot of a woman photographer. But [Brown] asked, would I read it? And if I liked it, would I be interested in being a part of the campaign. It looked like Emma [Thompson] might be jumping on board as well — just to lend a voice and a name to an important cause. I read it and I said, ‘Absolutely. I’ll do whatever I can.'”

Some time went by, and Brown ended up calling Anderson back — but with a different ask.

“By the time they ended pulling it together, Jeffrey had expanded the photographer character and modeled her after a real-life photographer Lisa Kristine, who documents human slavery around the world … And he called and said, ‘Would you read it again? Do you have time to actually be in the film?’ I happened to be able to carve out a week in India to do it,” she said about taking on the role of a photographer in “Sold.”

Based on the international bestselling novel by Patricia McCormick, “Sold” (which also stars David Arquette), chronicles the life of an 13-year-old girl who is trafficked across the Nepal-India border and forced to work in a brothel in Kolkata, India.

“I don’t think a lot of people fully realize what an industry sex trafficking is in the world. Forced labor, child labor and sexual exploitation generate about $150 billion every year,” said Anderson. “It’s all ages — from toddlers to teenagers.”
“On the one hand it’s easy to disassociate because it’s on the other side of the world. But the fact is what the campaign is bringing to the light is that it’s also in our own backyard,” she said, citing places like Washington D.C. and New Jersey.

“High school students go missing and they are either forced into indentured labor or forced into prostitution where there is violence and they don’t get paid for being a sex slave,” continued the actress. “And they get brainwashed into being a part of a community and they are terrified for their lives to escape — and even sometimes when they do escape for how they are then treated like criminals when they are picked up by law enforcement. They end up going straight back into it … It needs attention.”

Anderson is helping spread the word about the film via a newly launched Indiegogo campaign, which will help raise funds to get “Sold” seen in more places around the world. The money raised will support a team to manage the film’s outreach campaign, TaughtNotTrafficked, an education campaign to prevent child trafficking in high-risk areas.

Джиллиан говорит о проблеме торговле людьми в мире и о фильме в частности.

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:love:  :love:

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Красивая.

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A successful pre-release screening of SOLD at the Skirball Cultural Center LA with Gillian Anderson and David Arquette in attendance. The team is now planning for the March/April theatrical release. Stay tuned for dates near you. #TaughtNotTrafficked Sold the Movie
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Будучи в Лос-Анджелесе Джиллиан посетила мероприятие, посвященное релизу картины "Sold". Присутствовал также ее коллега Дэвид Аркет. Прокат фильма планируется на март/апрель.

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На съемках:
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Хорошее фото.

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23 марта в Нью Йорке состоится пресс день, посвященный выходу в апреле на экраны фильма "Sold", в котором Джиллиан примет участие.
К ней присоединится режиссер картины Джеффри Дин Браун.
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SOLD WILL BE RELEASING THEATRICALLY IN APRIL 2016 THROUGHOUT THE USA

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SOLD Spotlight

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Очень хочется увидеть фильм.

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"SOLD" brings brutality of child sex slavery to screen

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Она всегда так внимательно слушает.

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"Film can change the world": The Lid is On, with Gillian Anderson
A "weapon of change" against the global scourge of human trafficking: that's how the director of the film that's the focus of our latest podcast, hopes his movie that's fuelling a movement, will be used.
SOLD is the story of one 13-year-old Nepalese girl's journey into sexual slavery, and eventual emancipation.
One of the stars of SOLD, Gillian Anderson, the actress best-known for her role in television's X-Files, says it's a shining example of how "film can change the world".
The author, actress and activist tells us that combating sex trafficking of young women and girls, has now become her number one priority when it comes to advocacy.
No country can claim to be free of trafficking, and in this latest episode of  our podcast The Lid is On, we feature an interview with one survivor, who lives within a few miles of UN headquarters in New York.
Duration: 23'40"
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Послушать подкаст можно по ссылке выше.

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This New Film Exposes the Heartbreaking Reality of Sex Slavery and 'Debt Bondage' Around the World
Очень хорошее, новое интервью Джиллиан о фильме.

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Ее бы слова да многим мировым политикам в уши...

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Gillian Anderson: star of SOLD On the Global Business of Selling Children for Sex

Gillian Anderson: Golden Globe + Emmy-winning actor, star of SOLD On the Global Business of Selling Children for Sex, Generating Billions of Dollars Every Year, and the Everyday Horrors of Human Trafficking in Her New Film, SOLD
It’s a proven fact that when you raise the status of girls and women in a country, that country does much better economically.

Interview: Maranda Pleasant

Maranda Pleasant: Your new film SOLD deals with the horrors of human trafficking. How deeply does this issue affect you emotionally?

Gillian Anderson: I simply cannot fathom the horrors of being enslaved, and the thought that children are ripped apart from their families and used year in and out for sex and hard labor under the threat of violence and death breaks my heart.

MP: Was there something you learned about human trafficking that you didn’t know before you started the film?

GA: That human trafficking is a globally assisted pandemic that generates billions of dollars of income a year.

MP: What is one of the most shocking things about trafficking that you learned?

GA: There are so many shocking things. Is it more shocking that there are children sold into slavery in every city in the world and right under our noses or that there are villages in Nepal where there are no children left because they have all been kidnapped for sex trafficking, or that there are generations of slaves in some countries where indentured slavery passes from generation to generation and that kids grow into adults not knowing that another world—another life—exists?

MP: Why is it so important that we empower women + girls right now?

GA: It is always important, but right now the topic of female empowerment is at the forefront of conversation and it’s important we take advantage of the trend while there is added pressure to adjust long-standing beliefs, prejudices, and cultural discrimination.

MP: How are girls/kids viewed in this world and do you think there’s a global epidemic of disregarding women?

GA: Unfortunately, the belief that women are a minority is endemic in most cultures around the world. Obviously some take it to the extreme where violence against women is legal and supported and in other cultures it is more subversive and easy to dismiss as “progress.”

MP: How can we get involved and shift things? What can we do?

GA: We have to raise the status of girls and women in every country. It’s a proven fact that when you raise the status of girls and women in a country, that country does much better economically. Education is key. We have to keep girls in school and give them the same opportunities that boys have. They need access to vocational training and mentorship, as well. It’s an issue of gender equality, which is fortunately a hot topic right now, but we need to keep at it and not rest on our laurels. There’s a lot of work to be done.

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