‘She Has A Name’ to be screened at Napier Theatre

The Drumheller Mail - - AROUND TOWN - Pa­trick Ko­lafa The Drumheller Mail

A film high­light­ing the tragedy of hu­man traf­fick­ing, is mak­ing its way around the world and into the Napier Theatre.

inSide Drumheller brought read­ers the story of the film ‘She Has a Name’ last Oc­to­ber. The film is backed by Dean Ko­hut, and it is hav­ing a home­com­ing of sorts, be­ing screened this Mon­day, Jan­uary 30 in Drumheller.

“We are ex­cited to have it come here, keep it in mo­tion,” Ko­hut tells The Mail. a suc­cess­ful stage play and is now on the big screen. It stars Gio­vanni Mo­ci­bob, who spent many years as a stu­dent and ac­tor at Rose­bud Theatre.

Ko­hut says the film is to raise aware­ness.

“It is as much a movie as it is sup­port­ing a cause to get rid of child pros­ti­tu­tion,” he said. “We have had dif­fer­ent groups from churches to ser­vice clubs that have had an in­ter­est in help­ing us get it out there.”

The screen­ing is at the Napier on Mon­day, Jan­uary 30. Copies of the movie will be avail­able to pur­chase at the theatre. Ko­hut is plan­ning to be in Drumheller for the screen­ing.

“It is a ram­pant is­sue out there in this world, and it de­serves the at­ten­tion, so we are try­ing to get it out there,” said Ko­hut.

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