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What about HER? is a human rights narrative feature film that is inspired by a true story, this mind-bending experimental journey follows Alex, a teenage mom from a small town who suffers from a mental illness. She finds herself lost and away in Amsterdam with a handsome stranger that forces her into the dark world of sexual slavery, where Nicole; an interpol agent with her own secrets is chasing traffickers.

 

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News & Updates

 

 
Anne Leigh Cooper speaking at the UN

What about HER? takes the stage at the UN 

March 6th at the Power of Collaboration Summit hosted by the United Nations Vincent Molinari and Anne leigh Cooper took the stage to talk about Human trafficking and the important role that film has in bringing social impact issues to the larger masses to create awareness and Change. 

"What about HER will be the starting platform of a larger social impact movement. With the film we are creating awareness and education. This group will take the platform of education and move forward with investing part of its own profit into creating more aid for the survivors of human trafficking as well as being at the discussion of abolishing modern day slavery and finding solutions to eradicate trafficking. It's a multifaceted idea that incorporates all aspects of the social change that needs to be addressed."
-Anne leigh Cooper

Denim day and the fight against sexual violence

April 26th, 2017 Anne Leigh Cooper rallied at Folley Square on Denim day, a national day to raise awareness to end sexual assault and violence. In her powerful speech she mentioned the importance of raising our voices to make the difference.

 

"These are the most powerful misconceptions in this rape culture that we live in! It’s not what we wear, where we’re from, or if we had a drink, NO is NO and that fact will never change! We need to continue to educate about consent, instead of the sole focus being having to learn how to defend ourselves." - Anne Leigh Cooper

OSMTH: Human Rights conference

Selma Smulders and Anne leigh Cooper traveled to Sofia, Bulgaria to speak about a "What about HER?" and the importance of films like this to be made to bring a broader audience to films with an important message. Anne Leigh Cooper spoke in-depth about her sister's journey and her own as a survivor of sexual violence and the next steps to raising our voices to make the change. 

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It all started when...

Anne Leigh Cooper began writing the feature film "What about HER?" in 2014, a true inspired story of her sister who was sex trafficked in Europe. A year later Selma Smulders was introduced to Anne Leigh through their connection at the Netherlands Club in NYC and started a working relationship based on their similar interest in creating social impact issues within the film industry. Selma Smulders met Vincent Molinari, a humanitarian business man at the UN who showed immediate interest in the project and the three of them started working together on getting the film project on its feet to empower the world and raise awareness for human trafficking. 

 
 
What about HER? is fiscally sponsored by Creative Visions Foundation (CVF). CVF is a publicly supported 501c3, which supports Creative Activists who use the power of media and the arts to affect positive change in the world.     

What about HER? is fiscally sponsored by Creative Visions Foundation (CVF). CVF is a publicly supported 501c3, which supports Creative Activists who use the power of media and the arts to affect positive change in the world.