There will be a community conversation about human trafficking as part of the Wildwood Film Festival.
Moderator Paul Evansen says during the festival they’ll show three locally-made short films. He says they show human trafficking from three different perspectives. He says it’s from the point of view of the victim, their friend, and the perpetrator. He says it was meant to be a resource at schools to raise awareness.
Evansen says the three shorts come together to make a film called “Innocence Sold”.
The community conversation is from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center. A scheduled of the festival and tickets can be found on the Wildwood Film Festival website.