SCREENING DATE: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17TH 2016
TIME: 4:00 PM | SHORT FILMS BLOCK 8
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Santo uses the silent but powerful art of dance to raise awareness on the dangers of staying in an abusive relationship.
Stephanie Ramones, Venezuelan native currently residing Philadelphia, PA, makes her directorial debut with Santo: A Dance Narrative On Domestic Violence. Inspired by her background as a Latin Dancer, personal experience with abusive relationships, and multiple recent news and deaths as a result of domestic violence, Stephanie felt the need to put her voice out there to show her support for the survivors and victims of domestic abuse.
Stephanie has been a professional filmmaker and photographer for 4 years and holds a Bachelor and Masters in Psychology, with focuses on well-being, race, and gender and is committed to bringing gender and racial representation both behind and in front of the camera. She is currently a filmmaker and studio manager at Florescio Films and owner and lead photographer of Contigo Photography. Stephanie hopes to make more narrative and documentary films in the future that share perspectives of underrepresented and marginalized groups.
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Santo, A Dance Narrative on Domestic Violence OFFICIAL TRAILER from Stephanie Ramones on Vimeo.