In a revelation never before spoken, a small group of nuns exposes a tormented truth within the Catholic Church: the harrowing tales of predatory priests abusing nuns. Shockwaves ripple through religious women determined to defy their second-class status as they ignite a movement to demand the justice they have long yearned for.
Lorena Luciano is an accomplished documentary film director and editor, recognized for her exceptional work in the motion pictures and TV industry (HBO, NETFLIX, JIGSAW Productions, YouTube Originals, EPIX/MGM+, RAI Italian Public TV, SKY TV, CANAL+). With a remarkable track record that includes receiving prestigious accolades such as an Emmy win, grants from the Sundance Institute and MacArthur Foundation, and numerous industry recognitions such as Best Directing and Best Documentary awards, Lorena has established herself as a leading force in her field.
Her ability to seamlessly blend artistic vision with technical expertise has resulted in critically acclaimed films that captivate audiences worldwide. Her work has been translated into over 10 different languages and distributed worldwide.
Emmy® Award winner Filippo Piscopo intersects his true passion as a film producer with impactful camera work.
Inspired by content resonating with diverse audiences, Filippo has crafted engaging stories supported, among other entities, by the Sundance Institute and featured at film venues such as the Venice Film Festival, IDFA’s Central Pitch, and the IFP's Spotlight on Documentaries.
Granted the Social Justice Award by Amy Goodman, Filippo’s documentary work, often in collaboration with his wife and film director/partner Lorena Luciano, has opened to good reviews by mainstream media such as Variety and the New York Times and has been distributed globally.