Enslaved: An MTV EXIT Special
Enslaved: An MTV EXIT Special - a powerful new documentary film hosted by Jared Leto (from Thirty Seconds to Mars) tells the stories of real people affected by the human trafficking trade in Asia. Janet, a young Filipina woman trafficked to Malaysia and forced into sex work; Vannak a young Cambodian man trafficked for ...
The documentary provides insight into the realities of trafficking, explores the roles played by everyone in the trafficking chain, provides information on how individuals can protect themselves against trafficking, and encourages everyone to stand up, take action and be part of the fight to end exploitation and trafficking.
Catch the online premiere of the documentary in full come October 1!
ABOUT MTV EXIT:
The MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) campaign is an award-winning multimedia initiative to raise awareness and increase prevention of human trafficking and exploitation. MTV EXIT was launched in Europe in 2004 and expanded across Asia with USAID in 2007. To date MTV EXIT has produced an extensive catalogue of powerful TV programming to promote awareness about human trafficking. MTV documentaries include Sold: An MTV EXIT Special presented by Lara Dutta, Traffic: An MTV EXIT Special, presented by Lucy Liu; and Inhuman Traffic, presented by Angelina Jolie; each of which have been translated into a dozen localized language versions presented by Asian celebrities including Rain of Korea and Christian Bautista of the Philippines. Further MTV EXIT programming also includes short films; public service announcements; animated drama and music videos. MTV EXIT and Radiohead collaborated on an anti-exploitation video for their song All I Need, which premiered across MTV’s global network on 1 May 2008, and similar collaborations with The Killers, MUSE, The Click Five, etc. MTV EXIT has also established partnerships with over 100 non-governmental organizations, distributed hundreds of thousands of anti-trafficking brochures in over 25 languages, and reached out to millions of young people through anti-trafficking messages at concerts and music festivals featuring R.E.M., Radiohead, The White Stripes, The Hives, Thievery Corporation, and hundreds of other international and local artists. For more information see www.mtvexit.org.