To Survive; To Live

by Juno Mac/Audrey Moore/SWARM/Ada Justa illustration & Woven Ink

(7:27-2018, UK)
On the opccaision of December 17th – International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers (#IDEVASW),  SWARM (Sex Worker Advocacy & Resistance Movement) is pleased to launch our new film, a short animated documentary about the lives of British sex workers. Produced by SWARM in collaboration with Ada Jusic, and Woven Ink, ‘To Survive; To Live’ weaves together candid interviews from five people selling sex in austerity Britain. Setting aside the polarising rhetoric that often surrounds discussions of sex work, the film gives an intimate insight into the hopes, fears and needs of a group whose voices are routinely silenced. Supported by Open Society.

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