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Women Creating Social Change Through Film

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Suzy Manning, CEO of SUZYMANNING LLC and host of "Women Living Empowered Lives at Midlife" BlogTalk Radio interviews Geri Lynn Weinstein Matthews, Producer/Co-Director of JUSTICE DENIED and Patricia Lee Stotter, an Emmy Awarding winning composer and writer for television, film, theater and interactive media.

Geri Lynn is a graduate of New Mexico Highlands University, has a MSW/LICSW in medical and psychiatric social work and also a certificate in substance abuse counseling from the University Of New Mexico. The documentary, JUSTICE DENIED addresses the topic of Male MST. It premiered June 2013 at the AFME Albuquerque Film and Media Experience film festival. Geri Lynn is an active MST advocate, public speaker/military briefings on the subject of Military Sexual Trauma and MST advocate on social media. She was also a clinical supervisor for the FDNY for 9/11.

Patricia co-produced with Marcia Rock SERVICE When women come marching home. This is the project where Patricia and Geri Lynn met. Patricia composed the theme music for JUSTICE DENIED. Both of these women really get into the trenches with the individuals their films are about. Patricia's interest in trauma and invisible injuries, as well as art's role in healing those injuries, began when she composed the score for From the Ashes, directed by Deborah Shaffer, a film exploring how artists living in lower Manhattan responded to 9/11. Stotter is all about the right voice at the right moment addressing human rights.