Little Stones Documentary Premieres in St. Louis
Zonta Screens Little Stones to Stand Against Sex Trafficking
Join Safe Connections for the premiere St. Louis screening of the acclaimed Little Stones documentary. The screening will be preceded by an information fair and followed by a Q&A with Director Sophia Kruz. Organized by the Zonta Club of St. Louis in partnership with Maryville University and Gateway Human Trafficking, this special event is raising funds for three local nonprofits—including us—to support our St. Louis community’s efforts to address trafficking.
Little Stones, directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sophia Kruz, unites the personal narratives of four women around the world using art to create positive change in their communities. One is a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence in the favelas of Brazil. One is a dancer rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors in India. Overall, each of the four women profiled is contributing a stone to the mosaic of the women’s movement.
- When: Tuesday, October 16, 5:00-9:30 p.m.
- Where: Maryville University Donius Student Center and Auditorium, 650 Maryville University Dr, St. Louis, MO 63141 (map it)
- Tickets: Purchase here.
- $28 general admission
- $5 student ticket
- $75 VIP ticket (includes prime seating during the screening and an introduction to Sophia Kruz at an exclusive post-film reception with food and two drink tickets)
- $5 raffle ticket/$12 for three
- Parking: Park in Maryville Auditorium lot. In addition, handicap access available at Maryville Auditorium and Donius Center
- Details: Prior to the screening, there will be vendor booths, raffles, and a silent auction. Then, the 87-minute documentary will be screened, followed by the Q&A with the director.
Proceeds raised by this event will be donated to Safe Connections as well as Gateway Human Trafficking and International Crisis Aid to support local victims of human trafficking and local efforts to stop the practice. Big thanks go to the women of Zonta who organized this exciting effort.