"A riveting, fast-paced political thriller."
- CALGARY HERALD
She Has A Name is the award-winning film written and directed by the Kooman brothers. Based on true events, the film is the story of Number 18, a teenager forced into the the sex trade in Bangkok, and a man named Jason trying to help rescue her.
A film that has touched audiences around the globe, She Has A Name has played at film festivals across North America and overseas, including at the Amnesty International Festival of Human Rights in France.
Described by critics as both a "cinematic triumph!” and "the type of film that enables you to see how important and impacting filmmaking can be," the film has won numerous awards, including 5 Top Indie film awards including Best Picture and Best Actress (Teresa Ting) and Best Cinematography.
The film stars Giovanni Mocibob, Teresa Ting and Will Yun Lee. You can stream the film on all devices at shehasanamefilm.com/watch, watch it on Blu-ray/DVD or on the big screen when you organize a Freedom Night.
"She Has A Name is a monumental work.”- OCCHI MAGAZINE
INTERNATIONAL CAST AND CREW EXPOSE WORLDWIDE SEX TRAFFICKING
She Has A Name explores the global corruption that allows for human sex trafficking across borders and for criminals to thrive off of this industry. A global cast and crew, who collectively represent no less than 10 different nations, came together to make She Has A Name and raise awareness on the prevalence of sex trafficking throughout the world.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING’S DEVASTATING EFFECTS
The film highlights the devastating toll that human trafficking of minors has on young lives, a global problem that’s fuelled by the demand for underage sex, organized crime, and political corruption. She Has A Name also brings awareness to the fact that risks are high not only for victims of the sex trade, but also for those people who are dedicated to rescuing victims from sex trafficking and rehabilitating them.
"She Has A Name is a hugely important film for this year, bringing home the realities of a global issue that must be tackled. I encourage everyone to [watch] it and help to fund freedom.”
- HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCESS EUGENIE OF YORK