Traffick on 401

The second film in the Real2Reel Film Festival is “Traffick on 401”

A Documentary Screening and Community Conversation

You’re invited to engage in meaningful dialogue and help shine a light on the human trafficking problem in Canada. 

About the Documentary

Synopsis: Traffick on 401 explores the sex trafficking world in Ontario and Michigan by speaking to a survivor, the Windsor Police Service, and advocates. Victoria Morrison, a sex trafficking survivor, tells us her story of what she went through for three months with her trafficker in Winnipeg, Canada.

“The three highest commodities in the world are drugs, guns, and people.”

Warning: This documentary trailer contains mature content.

Thank you to the panelists and to everyone from the community who attended!

Event Details

Date: May 30, 2023

Time: Screening & Panel Discussion 6:30 – 9:30pm


Selina McCallumFilmmaker 

Amanda Fellows: Manager, Community Programs at Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County

          Michelle JansenBarrie Police Human Trafficking Unit

Elisha Sullivan:  Victim Services of Simcoe County

          Haily MacDonald: Huronia Transition Homes

Location: Five Points Theatre, 1 Dunlop St W, Barrie, ON

Get Involved: Sponsorship Opportunities

The Traffick on 401 film screening event has passed, however we have other exciting film screening sponsorship opportunities planned.

In recognition of The National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, we’ll present Birth of a Family in Midland on September 26th.

Our final screening of the festival will take place on October 24th in Orillia where we’ll screen Four Feet Up .

If you would like to sponsor any of these events or get involved in another United Way Simcoe Muskoka event, please contact:

Rosi Martin

Relationship Manager

705.726.2301 x2035

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