Erasing Family – Parent Alienation and Divorce – Meet documentary filmmaker Ginger Gentile
May 18, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EDT
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In North America, over 25 MILLION PARENTS are being erased from their children’s lives after divorce and separation. Learn how children benefit from shared parenting.
The ERASING FAMILY documentary follows young adults fighting to reunite with their broken families.
Happy endings are possible! The film ends with children and parents being reunited on screen and will inspire other kids to reach out to #erased parents, siblings and grandparents.
Erasing Family shows how programs that encourage mediation and shared parenting which will prevent future childhood trauma, making divorce and separation less costly both financially and emotionally. The film has been endorsed by the American Psychological Association, Conflict Resolution Expert Bill Eddy and most importantly has reunited kids and parents.
Watch the 90 minute documentary here for free:
You’ll meet thought leaders and divorce professionals and resources from around the country to add to your toolbox. Network and grow your business and your understanding of this important topic. Register now and please feel free to bring your colleagues with you!
Ginger Gentile, Director & Producer is on a mission to save children from the trauma of high-conflict divorce. Her first film on this topic, ERASING DAD, was filmed in Argentina and resulted in joint-custody legislation being enacted. Her latest film, ERASING FAMILY, currently streaming on all major platforms, exposes the trauma children suffer when a loving parent is erased from their lives, a problem that affects 22 million families in the US alone. For this film she crowdfunded nearly half a million dollars and created a network of parents who went from victims to activists. Gentile was named an Architect of Change by Maria Shriver <http://mariashriver.com/filmmaker-makes-it-her-mission-to-reunite-people-who-are-erased-from-their-families-after-divorce/> and has spoken at SXSW and appeared in the Atlantic Magazine, Washington Times, and on shows on the Bravo, ABC, CBS and NBC networks as well as numerous podcasts.
In her time serving as the Executive Director of the National Parents Organization in 2019 she added six new state affiliates and garnered national press attention for the Shared Parenting Report Card. Now, she is directing her fourth documentary with Cora Media <http://www.coramedia.ned/>.
After graduating Columbia University, Ginger lived in Argentina for 13 years where she ran San Telmo Productions, whose clients include Nat Geo, A&E, Warner Bros, and Al Gore’s Climate Challenge. Her feature directing credits include ERASING DAD (Borrando a Papá, 2014) and GOALS FOR GIRLS (Mujeres con Pelotas, 2014) which follows slum girls fighting to play a sport off limits to women in Argentina: soccer.
She travels frequently as a public speaker. She is a member of Film Fatales, Alliance for Women Directors, Women in Film and Directores Argentinos Cinematográficos.