Critically acclaimed as “one of the most emotionally wrenching yet rewarding films” by the Huffington Post, Prisoner of Her Past explores a topic virtually untouched in popular culture and scientific literature: the delayed effects of childhood trauma.
This new film from Gordon Quinn, Jerry Blumenthal, Joanna Rudnick, and Zak Piper – with Chicago Tribune columnist Howard Reich – is making its way around the world after a wildly successful 15-screening premiere run at the Gene Siskel Film Center (Chicago, Illinois) in April and gorgeous Mother’s Day event at the Talking Pictures Festival (Evanston, Illinois.)
Prisoner of Her Past screens at the DocMiami International Film Festival during Memorial Day weekend and later this Summer at the Kos International Health Film Festival in Greece.
Chicagoland viewers may join Reich and Quinn for a theatrical screening and discussion presented by the After Hours Film Society at the Tivoli Theater in Downer’s Grove, Illinois on Monday, July 12 at 7:30 PM.
A considerable variety of local and international engagements are lining up for Autumn, including a showcase of the film at the World Conference of Child Survivors of the Holocaust in November.
A nationwide broadcast of Prisoner of Her Past will take place next Spring, in concurrence with Holocaust Remembrance Day.
– Xan Aranda, Outreach Director
Lot’s happening with the film.thanks to Xan. If anyone hears of other films or health professionals that will be at the KOS festival in Greece let me know.
all 102 films screening this year in Kos are published on the festivals web site in the link films 2010 also the detailed screening schedule is now published on the site in the link schedule 2010 http://Www.healthfilmfestival.Gr
more than 60 directors have confirmed till now their partcipation in Kos check the schedule where it is marked director attending