Roulez Media’s C.Kimberly Toms, Producer-Director and Subject of Escaping Fed screens the feature-length documentary film at select business entities, theaters, criminal justice programs, gender study programs and sociology education programs, including colleges, universities and law enforcement entities. For high schools, we use an adapted and age-appropriate program.
Screening is followed by a Q&A session with attendees. During the Q&A, the attending production team and survivor of the highly empowered serial offender provide answers and insights to help shape the future of victim services, law enforcement and rape reporting.
Focus of sexual assault and crime-related discussions include:
- Case and victim experience, particularly reporting vs. remaining silent
- Areas for law enforcement improvement (according to specific, multi-state failures in this specific case)
- Struggles in reporting empowered individuals for crimes (i.e., politically connected and/or law enforcement personnel)
- Real heroes of law enforcement: Who are they and what makes them heroes?
- Being one of the “three percent” who succeed in rape reporting – motivation for staying the course
- Evading threatened violence while going through “the system”
Other topics outside of law enforcement:
- Low- to zero-budget documentary filmmaking
- What matters in your last moments
- Spirituality and the role of your inner voice in facing hurdles
- Applying lessons learned to business
- Using creativity to solve big problems
- Protecting yourself from outside stress for self-care and clarity during crisis
- Customized approach for your attendees
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Please contact us for more information about these screenings and Q&A sessions.