is an artistic retelling – in film, photos and text - of what happens to victims of domestic sex trafficking. A CIVIL REMEDY is a short documentary about an American girl, Danielle, who was trafficked for sex in Boston.
WITHOUT CONSENT presents the film with an educational guide to the social, political and legal dimensions of the sex trafficking story. The film exists because Danielle lived to tell her story. Many do not.
WITHOUT CONSENT also presents a photo essay about six girls whose arrest photographs may be their only public record. The essay documents filmmaker Kate Nace Day’s search for these girls, their families, their stories.
It is a search for the very meaning of consent.
Kate Nace Day is Director and Producer of WITHOUT CONSENT.
Shannon Carroll, Film Editor, works with media and documentary filmmaking to foster storytelling, community engagement and human rights advocacy. She is the Creative Director at Vivid Story
. Shannon attended Tufts University and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Visit her website
Taylor Michaud, Photographer, graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a degree in Arts Management and Fine Arts. A former exhibition photographer and an assistant Curator at the Fitchburg Art Museum, Taylor owns Taylor Michaud Photography. Visit Taylor’s website
Amy Kasparian, Guide Editor, is a graduate of Boston College and a candidate for J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, May 2014. She is Founder of the creative and non-traditional legal publication, Bearing Witness: A Journal on Law and Social Responsibility. Visit Bearing Witness