Elemental Productions is an independent documentary film production company founded in 2007 by anthropologist and director Robert Lemelson.

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Say no to polygamy

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"The Bird Dancer" and "Ritual Burdens" screening at the WPA International Congress 2013 in Vienna.

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Yesterday's screening of "Standing on the Edge of a Thorn" at = SUCCESS! Thank you to everyone who came out!

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Seven Factors Causing Victims' Silence

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Human Trafficking statistics at a glance. (via www.sph.edu/voice)

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Young women and children’s virginities are for high prices to traffickers. #ModernSlavery #ThisMustEnd

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"And so I sacrificed myself again" -Tri

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We caught up w/ Lisa this past fall. It was described as “the most emotional interview” Dr Lemelson has ever done.

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Forced marriages have a long history in many parts of Indonesia.

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"Ngaben" World Premiere at the #Sarasota #FilmFestival April 6th. Check out the trailer here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=553425844690126

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“I was in a weak position to prevent the rape.” –Imam Rohani

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130,000-240,000 sex workers in Indonesia. It is a major source/destination country for victims of sex trafficking.

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"Thorn" narrator, Lisa, dreams to become a doctor to cure those like her father who suffer from mental illness.

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Photo of Wise Lion, an Abhidhamma Buddhist monk being interviewed by the Elemental Productions team in Myanmar.

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Our filming crew is currently in Myanmar. Here is a shot from a nunnery with 165 child nuns.

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Dancer at Nat Festival in Myanmar

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In Indonesia, it is not uncommon for women and children to be sold into the sex trade by relatives and friends.

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Indonesia 2nd worst G20 country for women, via TrustLaw: http://www.trust.org/trustlaw/news/special-coverage/g20women/

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“I thought that almost all village children, especially the girls, could easily be exploited by men” –Imam Rohani

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79% of all global trafficking is for sexual exploitation. #StopTraffickingNow #EndSlavery

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