INVISIBLE HANDS Q&A with Director Shraysi Tandon

| 2017 | 80 minutes | |
Directed by Shraysi Tandon

Monday August 27, 2018


$15 General Admission, $12 Member,
$7 child age 14 or younger
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Directed by Shraysi Tandon

Kailash Satyarthi, Ben Skinner, Mark Barenberg

Director Shraysi Tandon and Executive Producer Christina Weiss Lurie will join us afterward for a discussion.

INVISIBLE HANDS is a feature documentary that exposes child labor and child trafficking within the supply chains of the world’s biggest global companies. The film marks the directorial debut of journalist Shraysi Tandon and is produced by Oscar-winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson.

Invisible Hands was shot in 6 countries including the U.S., India, Indonesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, and China. It’s a harrowing account of children as young as 6 years old making the products we buy and consume every day. A modern-day slavery system quietly supported by some of the world’s biggest corporate giants. The film also shows chilling undercover footage of children being sold like animals by a child trafficker.

Shraysi Tandon is a documentary filmmaker and news reporter who made her directorial debut with the feature documentary Invisible Hands.

Prior to making the shift to filmmaking, Shraysi worked as a news reporter and co-anchor for ABC, CCTV News, and Bloomberg TV. At 25, she became Bloomberg's youngest television news reporter. Throughout her career, she has interviewed hundreds of people from U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Israeli President Shimon Peres, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Virgin founder Richard Branson, Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak and Oscar-winning actor Matt Damon among others.

Born in New Delhi, India and raised in Indonesia, South Africa, and Australia, Shraysi currently calls New York home.

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