During production weeks in Zambia September 2019 a production team powered by WITH HOOF interviewed ten of the country’s most influential women within the media, health and business industry to share their story on sexual and reproductive health, rights and most importantly the power of choice. This spring we are releasing the podcast season and premiering it together with a documentary screening at Alma's Park, to share the foundation of the project and the vision it will bring.
We challenge you to join the conversation with the film documentary director Alexandra Kentsdottir, founder of Kentsdottir Art & Production and podcast host dr. Beatrice Bergdahl, together with the guest of honor from Africa, health advocate and TV personality Lulu Haangala, as they describe the setting in Zambia, share stories and experiences on the subject of sexual and reproductive health, how to make it your work to be in keeping with your purpose and the use of media and entertainment as a way to mobilize people for change. All moderated by Johanna Hoof, founder of With Hoof.
We invite you to a night where another culture's norms will be the lens to see your own world clearer. Doors open at 18, screening 213 SISTERS at 18.45.
Tickets are sold to be reinvested in the project. Find your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/screening-almas-park-213-sisters-tickets-92189915519
Park är en av Sveriges mest kända scener som fungerade som bio under sina första 80 år. Idag huserar vi fortfarande filmvisningar, men även konferenser, event, pop-ups och mycket mer. Park hittar du ett stenkast från Stureplan, mitt i centrala Stockholm.
Sturegatan 18, 114 36 Stockholm