The original reason that we shot Tariro was to increase awareness that human trafficking was actually happening in Britain, and, of course, awareness of what agencies such as the Salvation Army and the Riverside Foundation were doing to support victims.
That is as relevant today as it was when the film was made in 2014 but it is of no use if our films are not seen.
If you are part of a group, a church congregation or a Salvation Army Corps and would like to have an OMF screening night please get in touch.
If you have facilities we can provide the films. If you don't we can turn up with our pop-up-cinema and do it all for you. We have a big screen, a digital projector capable of filling it and even a 5.1 surround sound system to create the complete cinema experience.
To complete your night-at-the-movies theme we can even create and run an automated on-line ticketing system for you.
OMF will support your own private screening of an OMF film with free BD disk loan or you provide the venue and we will bring our pop-up-cinema complete with big screen and surround sound audio