For her graduation film at the National Film and Television School, Lyttanya Shannon’s visited Meninadança and made a heartbreaking documentary about the girls at the Pink House called Esta Vida (This Life). It has has already been recognised as a powerful film – being nominated for a a prestigious One World Media award and a Sheffield/Doc Fest award.

Meninadança has permission to allow our supporters to host private screenings of the film in their own homes, churches, groups or workplaces. ‘

Could you organise a premiere of This Life during the first two weeks of November this year? This is a unique opportunity to invite others to hear about the tragedy of child prostitution along the BR-116, and what Meninadança is doing to make a difference.

To register your interest in hosting a showing, please email us at: Nearer the time we will supply you with publicity materials, a copy of the film, and other resources to help you make the most of your event.



3 Responses to “Esta Vida (This Life) – Host a Premiere!”

  1. Per recent facebook comments we are interested in hosting Esta Vida in our church.

    • Dear Chris
      Thank you! Could you email us at with more details please?

  2. My friend and i would love to hold a premiere for our friends and family.

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