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charlatan clinic & Lot 23 Present ‘Illegal Migrant’ – World Premiere

charlatan clinic are pleased to announce the world premiere of the first (of six) WHORE films: ‘Illegal Migrant’ to be screened at Lot 23 studio on the 14 February, 2015.

“She hails from Brazil. Arrived in NZ on a tourist visa in the hope of finding love or a good job. Instead she resorts to sex work sleeping with both straight & bisexual men. She has one friend who she confides in; lives in fear of being deported.”

Sponsors kindly supporting this event: LYC (Love Your Condom), Splice, Paper Bag Princess, Four Eyes Media NZ, Lot 23 and many other creatives.

Venue: Lot 23, 23 Minnie Street, Eden Terrace from 6pm – 10pm
FREE screening every 30 minutes
Platters and wine available from 6pm

Charlatan clinic welcome donations via Indiegogo crowdfunding platform live from 20 January, 2015.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/whore-films

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Taradale High School & #whoreontour

‘I loved Whore.’ – student

‘The Q&A was really helpful to learn more about the process.’ – Drama student

‘Whore was real, raw and insightful.’ – Teacher

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#WhoreOnTour Fundraiser for Wellington

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#WhoreOnTour Fundraiser

The Whore team are performing in Wellington and we need your help!
Come along to K-Road, have a drink or three and enjoy a night of entertainment! We promise it’ll be unlike anything you’ve ever seen…
With performances from the cast, a lesson in Shibari bondage, burlesque dancers and live music- the Whore team have you covered.
Tickets are only $20 and will be a huge support in getting the team to Wellington next month.
Keep your eyes peeled for more details x
…..rumour has it there’ll be a kissing booth!
“It’s hard to believe – as these actors take their thoroughly deserved curtain call – that there are only three of them. Each has painted a brace of portraits vivid in their authenticity, raw in their seemingly futile grasp on hope and glued to the life-affirming need we all have to dream. Parr, Creff and Faatoia have created work that is bereft of victimhood, rich in dignity and courage while at the same time denying us nothing of the horror of life on the street. It’s pragmatic and wonderful and I loved – and admired – every minute of it.” (dykiegirl.wordpress.com)
For all Wellington related details check out the link: http://bats.co.nz/showsWhore/

More details here: http://www.eventbrite.co.nz/o/charlatan-clinic-6557758211