Linda Steinhoff and Turid Rogne   |   Canadian Premiere


About the Film

Linda was raped 15 years ago, but did not press charges. Since then she's tried everything to 'get over' the incident. She finally decides to press charges. Follow her through three tough years, exploring rape as a social issue while facing her own demons and the frustrating bureaucratic system.


UN Sustainable Development Goal #5:  Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

Film Information

Year: 2015
Length: 52min
Language: English
Country: Norway
Premiere: Canadian
Genre: Social Issue

Cast & Credits

Director: Linda Steinhoff and Turid Rogne
Producer: Linda Steinhoff


Locations & Showtimes


Saturday November 19   |   2:45PM
River Park Auditorium

Free Admission



Join the post-show conversation with local and international artists and experts.



Danielle Aubry began her career in anti-violence work in 1984 as a volunteer and progressed to a variety of positions including educator, shelter worker, and therapist. Currently, she is the executive director of Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA), founding the agency in her home in 1994. Establishing CCASA as a stable presence in the community earned her national recognition in 1998 when she was awarded one of Canadaโ€™s Top 40 Under 40 leadership and management awards. Danielle holds Bachelor and Master degrees in social work.