Festival Cinéma du Sud – Invisible Hands
Four Movies – 16 Organisations – 1 Goal: The summer edition of the eleventh “Cinéma du Sud” starts on Friday, July 10th. “Act now! Think global – Act local” is the slogan on each Friday from July 10th to July 31st when everyone is invited to reflect critically on the consequences of globalization and migration.
Award-winning documentary INVISIBLE HANDS exposes child labor and trafficking within the supply chains of the world’s biggest corporations, which produce some of our most loved items.
Filmed across six countries, the documentary offers a harrowing account of children as young as five years old making the products we buy and consume every day.
Chilling undercover footage shows children being sold like animals to the highest bidder and others being abused by this pervasive slave labor.
INVISIBLE HANDS digs deep into a modern slavery system quietly supported by some of the world’s largest companies, demanding to know why top stakeholders continue to engage in this unlawful and deadly practice.
Film by Shraysi Tandon
Duration: 80 min
Prize: 6 €
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Time: 19h00 VO (english)
A debate with the organizing NGOs will be held after the film
Organised by: Aide à l’Enfance de l’Inde et du Népal, Fondation Follereau, Ile de Paix and Kindernothilfe Luxembourg
in collaboration with la 25ième Heure et Caramba Cinéma