*Hot Docs (Toronto, Canada)
* Sheffield Doc/Fest (UK)
* Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival (Greece)
* One World International Film Festival (Czech Republic)
* Doc Edge (Auckland, New Zealand)
* Bergen International Film Festival (Norway)
* DOXA Documentary Film Festival (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
* Normal Festival (Praha 7, Czech Republic)
* Breaking Down Barriers - International Disability Film Festival (Moscow, Russia)
* 3736 (Norway)
* San Sebastián Human Rights Film Festival (Spain)
* Extra & Ordinary People ! EOP! (Bruxelles , Belgium)
* Ramdam Festival (Tournai, Belgium)
* Filmforum Bregenz (Austria)

* Prix du Public Award for best feature length documentary at EOP Festival in Belgium

Scarlet Road. A Sex Worker's Journey

Category |Education, Health, Human Rights, Personal Story, Politics, Sexuality, Women
Year | 2011
Country | Australia
Running time | 70’ - 54’
Format | HDCAM
Production | Paradigm Pictures
Director | Pat Fiske, Catherine Scott, Catherine Scott

As a vocal advocate for everyone's right to sexual expression, Sydney sex worker Rachel Wotton is passionate about providing people with disabilities the opportunity to experience sexual intimacy. She helped set up an advocacy group, runs workshops for carers and sex workers, and is studying for a masters degree in her spare time.

The indefatigable blonde also provides a specialised service to her clients, two of whom, John and Mark, permit the cameras in to record their most intimate moments. Their pride and pleasure makes this one of the most uplifting films you'll see all year.