Soho Trot

by Ana Aranha (with English Collective of Prostitutes)
This documentary follows the stories of sex workers who were evicted from their flats in Soho, London, during police raids in december 2013. Along with the traditional documentary format, actresses in a studio perform the real testimonies given by the sex workers and reenact the trials in which these women appealed against the closure orders.(22:50 min – 2015)

Ana Aranha, Project part of a Masters degree in Documentary Practice in Queen Mary University of London.
Interviewees: Carie Mitchel, Selma James, Nicola Mai

Soundtrack:
“Guantánamo”
Album: Polycephatic
Author: Pabblo

Special thanks to:
Soho sex workers
English Collective of Prostitutes
Soho community

Other Works

Blind Eye to Justice: HIV+ Women Incarcerated in California, narrated by Angela Davis
Isabel The Witness: Police Officers Commit Crimes Against Sex Workers in Niterói
Just Sign on The Dotted Line- The Anti-Prostitution Loyalty Oath
The Salt Mines (clip)

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