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AUFBRUCH documentary film

A project from Youth Power Germany e.V.
in Wiesbaden, Germany

With the documentary film project AUFBRUCH, we, Matthias and Kristine, want to educate people about the causes and effects of prostitution and strengthen movements that work for a decent life for all. We are free when everyone is free!

Kristine Tauch
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About this project


With the documentary film project AUFBRUCH, we, Matthias and Kristine, want to educate people about the causes and effects of prostitution and strengthen movements that work for a decent life for all. We invite you to look at where it hurts to understand how prostitution affects society as a whole and individuals. Listen to stories from people with many years of diverse experience, supplemented by knowledge from science and research. For the complete documentary we have already been shooting with all the protagonists and many hours of film material are ready to be processed. In order to conduct the post-production, we depend on supporters.

The next steps that we would like to implement are to create English subtitles for our trailer so that it can be distributed globally and to acquire a music license for the main film that is in progress. (Update 10/10/2021: REACHED! The first requirement sum (1,400 €) has come together. Now it's time for a storyline and rough cut.)
 
Already involved in the film project are:

Ronja lives and studies in Berlin and after leaving prostitution, in which she worked full-time and part-time for almost 10 years, she decided on feminist activism and enlightenment, in the sense of demythifying prostitution.
 
Huschke Mau is a survivor of prostitution in Germany, a doctoral student, abolitionist, activist for the Nordic model and founder of the Ella network, which supports women in getting out of prostitution.
 
Sr. Lea Ackermann, Boppard / Germany
Lea Ackermann is a religious sister, anti-prostitution activist and founder of the SOLWODI aid organization.
 
Michaela Huber, Göttingen / Germany
Michaela Huber is a licensed psychological psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in trauma treatment.
 
Sebastian Tippe, Hanover / Germany
Sebastian Tippe is a qualified pedagogue and lives in Hanover. He is the author of Toxic Masculinity. Recognize, Reflect, Change.
 
Manuela Schon, Wiesbaden / Germany
Manuela Schon is a sociologist, feminist activist and book author. She works as a blogger and author and maintains international contacts to abolitionist networks.
 
Madeleine Sundell, Sweden
Madeleine Sundell is engaged in humanitarian activities in the Salvation Army Sweden and works as a human rights lawyer. She specializes in human rights, human trafficking, children's rights, CSR and leadership.
 
Watch the trailer here: