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Tariro and Zorina are produced and distributed by OMF as entirely self funded not-for-profit projects designed to raise awareness of human trafficking in Britain
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Filmed entirely on location with an international cast, Tariro is an award winning, tear-jerking, harrowing movie based on real case histories of human trafficking in Britain.
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Following three victims from varied backgrounds and entering the UK in different ways, Tariro illustrates the realities of trafficking and explodes the myth that 'it couldn't happen here'.
Tariro has won awards across the world, holds a BBFC 15 classification for theatrical display, private screenings are supported and the film is available on disk or VOD.
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Original Cut

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Filming

2014

Aspect

1.85:1 Cinematic

Runtime

138 / 120min

Released

2014 / 2015
Filmed during Spring 2014, at the request of the Salvation Army Anti Slavery Unit, Tariro was hastily cut to enable a release to coincide with Anti Slavery Day.

With a runtime of 138 minutes, the original movie premiered at a glittering event at the Plaza Cinema, Waterloo with an initial limited edition release on DVD.

A subsequent re-cut to tighten sequences was released on DVD in 2015 with a reduced runtime of 120 minutes.
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New 2017/2018 Cut

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With feedback from potential cinema distributors highlighting Tariro's stereo soundtrack and its runtime, following a successful re-work of Zorina and release of Peak Squadron, both with Dolby Digital Surround Sound audio tracks, the decision was taken to again re-cut Tariro.
Slated for release in Spring/Summer 2018, the new cut is currently in post production featuring new pick-up sequences filmed in September 2017 and January 2018, all visuals completely re-cut from the original master clips, and a new Digital Surround Sound audio track.
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