Sisters Act (working title)

SISTERS ACT

SYNOPSIS

SISTERS ACT follows fearless religious sisters based in Italy who have formed an international network to end sexualslavery, counterbalancing the dark and abusive rings of traffickers who exploit women internationally.

FEATURE FILM

FRANCE, SWITZERLAND

80 minutes

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PRODUCTION : 

ANTOINE GOLDET & DEA GJINOVCI
NINA BERNFELD

CHACHI HAUSER 

IVAN MADEO (CONTRAST) 

DIRECTED BY

DEA GJINOVCI

Dea Gjinovci is a Swiss-Albanian director and producer based in Paris. Her short documentary 'Sans le Kosovo' won the prize for best national film at Dokufest in 2017. She received support from the Sundance Film Institute to direct her first documentary feature 'Wake-up on Mars' co-produced by Radio Télévision Suisse with the participation of France Télévisions, and won the Perspectives d'un doc pitch prize at Visions du Réel 2018. ‘Awakening to Mars’ had its world premiere at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival and at Visions du Réel 2020 in Switzerland, and at more than forty festivals around the world.

ANTOINE GOLDET

Paris-born filmmaker Antoine Goldet studied at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London before earning a master's degree in video journalism at Columbia University in New York. He worked as an investigative journalist in the United States the Center for Investigative Journalism and directed his first short documentary in Cuba for the Miami Herald, Upon returning to Paris in 2016, he founded his own production company, Amok Films, with director Dea Gjinovci. Antoine now co-directs two feature-length creative documentaries, Sisters Acts and Vis-à-Vis.