TORONTO, Aug. 30 /CNW/ - Toronto Pictures (OTC: TTOPF) and Adhara
Properties are proud to announce that the World Premiere of PUNCTURED HOPE: A
STORY ABOUT TROKOSI AND YOUNG GIRLS' SLAVERY IN TODAY'S WEST AFRICA took place
on Saturday evening at the Cineplex Quartier Latin in Montreal.
New York Journalist Andrea R. Garrison wrote the first review of
PUNCTURED HOPE and she says, "Belinda Siamey who plays Edinam gives an
incredible performance in this heart wrenching true story that is simply done,
yet compelling and memorable. Bruno Pischiutta has managed the art of taking a
complex subject and presenting it tastefully, simply with sensitivity. I
highly recommend that you take the time to see Punctured Hope and I promise
that the end is worth waiting for. It is moving and unforgettable."
The screening of the film, attended by journalists, film buyers and
general public, was followed by long lasting applause. The viewers had
excellent remarks about the artistic and technical quality of the movie.
In attendance were Director Bruno Pischiutta, Executive Producer Daria
Trifu, Associate Producers Alfie and Lin Yip, Production Manager Elio
Dell'Unto, Music Coordinator Ira Trifu and Marketing Consultant Chris
The screening was followed by a private party where some of the
journalists and the filmmakers had the chance to meet and discuss the movie.
Among the Journalists in attendance were Audrey Albicy and Khady Beye of
Durala, Marco Luciani Castiglia of CFMB 1280 AM, Francine Grimaldi, Mexican
Journalist Leopoldo Soto Martinez, Roux Nicolas of CKUT 90.3 FM - "Amandla"
and Stéphane Waffo of Touki Montréal.
Listen to Journalist Khady Beye's Radio interview with Pischiutta and
Trifu at: www.choq.fm/dunerivealautre.html
PUNCTURED HOPE: http://puncturedhope.blogspot.com
For further information:
For further information: Daria Trifu, (416) 303-0226,