Voices Unheard: An In-depth Discussion on “Prayers for the Stolen”

This engaging event explored the adaptation of "Prayers for the Stolen," highlighting the journey from novel to film and the powerful social themes addressed.
Monday, January 24, 2022

In an insightful and emotionally charged virtual event hosted by the Geena Davis Institute, the creative minds behind the compelling narrative of "Prayers for the Stolen" gathered to share their experiences and the profound messages embedded within the film and the book. Moderated by Madeline Di Nonno, the discussion featured Tatiana Huezo, the director of the film adaptation, and Jennifer Clement, the author of the original novel. This event not only offered an exclusive look into the creative process but also highlighted the significant social themes the story navigates.

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This event served as a poignant reminder of the impact that thoughtful, empathetic storytelling can have in highlighting underrepresented issues and voices. The insights shared by Huezo and Clement provide valuable lessons for creators across mediums, emphasizing the importance of authenticity, empathy, and creativity in the pursuit of impactful art.

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4252 West Riverside Dr., Burbank, CA 91505
Speaker:
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