Following the release of two out of four parts of Shattering The Silence series, SOC Films, which is led by two time Academy Award-winning narrative movie producer Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy launched the third animated short from the series.
Shattering the Silence is a community alertness drive to highlights the issues related to the kid.
As indicated by the press articulation, the third part, titled Teen Wedding, is told through the eyes of a young female and pursues the tale of Mina, a kid who is dragged out of school and wedded off at a youthful age. The short film features the physical and psychological toll that early wedding can have on a youngster lady.
Additionally, it investigates the inadequate chances that are accessible to females with no instructive capabilities. Anyhow, Mina turns her life around after she found a shelter that not just takes both Mina and her little girl in, however, gives her professional preparing too.
Shattering the Silence is a 4-section animated series that plans to draw in spectators, particularly youngsters, with genuine accounts of misuse. The main purpose of this series is to instruct people with the significant rules that exist, and the means that can be taken in the event that they or anybody they know is compelled into marriage work, dealing, or physical maltreatment.
Theorized, delivered & coordinated by SOC Films, each short film is in Urdu and is around 2 to 3 minutes in length. While the 3rd animated short is about a teen wedding. The first and 2nd parts featured kids filling in as local work and the genuine tale of Iqbal Masih.