Archive for the 'Sold' Category

April 19, 2017 ♦ Movies, Screencaptures, Sold

HD captures of Gillian’s small, but pivotal role, in Sold, have now been added to the gallery. I purchased my copy from iTunes, be sure to show your support & help raise funds for #TaughtNotTrafficked. Gallery link & previews are below, enjoy! Gallery Link – HD Captures


November 30, 2016 ♦ Articles, Movies, Sold

Feted for playing an FBI agent in “The X-Files” tackling the supernatural, actress Gillian Anderson has cast herself in the real-life role of an anti-slavery campaigner after being shocked at the scale of the problem. Anderson said she had been unaware up to 46 million people globally were living as slaves, generating an estimated $150 […]


April 9, 2016 ♦ Articles, Movies, Sold

When Gillian Anderson signed on to be part of the upcoming film Sold about the human rights issue of sex trafficking, she quickly realized the role would mean more to her than most. “It really wasn’t saying yes to the role,” Anderson tells PEOPLE. “It was saying yes to being a part of the global […]


March 25, 2016 ♦ Appearances, Movies, Sold

Take a look in the gallery for HQ images of Gillian during yesterday interactive panel discussion on the Role of the Arts in Helping to End Human Trafficking today. Public Appearances > Events From 2016 > Mar 24 | CSW Panel Discussion On Role Arts In Helping End Human


March 23, 2016 ♦ Movies, Sold, Videos & Audios

You know her best as FBI special agent Dana Scully from the hit show “The X-Files,” but now Gillian Anderson is bringing her star power to an important issue with her newest film, “Sold.” The movie tells the story of a young girl who’s sold into a human sex trafficking ring in modern-day India, and […]


November 3, 2015 ♦ Interviews, Movies, Sold

Gillian Anderson wasn’t expecting to appear in the movie “Sold.” The actress, known for her role on “The X-Files,” had initially been approached by Oscar-winning director Jeffrey Brown (“Molly’s Pilgrim”) about just being part of the film’s campaign. She immediately said yes because she felt passionate about the movie’s topic: the worldwide human rights issue […]