Screened as part of NZIFF 2016
Join us for a frank discussion about the body image movement with Taryn Brumfitt and Belinda Tuki in the Civic Wintergarden. This event follows the screening of Embrace on Saturday 30 July at 1pm at the Civic Theatre.
No ticket is required for the Wintergarden discussion. Tickets for the film screening are available online here.
Taryn Brumfitt is the founder of the Body Image Movement, inspiring and teaching women the value and power of loving their bodies, from the inside out. Taryn, a mother of three, rose to international fame after she posted a naked picture, post-baby, of herself on Facebook. The image went viral and has been viewed by over 2 million people. Her debut feature Embrace is a documentary about transforming body obsession into empowerment.
Belinda Tuki is the founder of The Honest Food Company, a start-up social enterprise with a focus on employing women who may have found it difficult to enter the workplace. The Honest Food Co produce healthier snack alternatives “to help nourish your journey so you can live with more energy and clarity of mind combined with physical good health and wellbeing.”
Belinda is also the founder of #AvidGirlBoss, a speaker series that aims to ‘to empower women worldwide to show up 100% as their authentic self’.