Are You Hearing Me?

The Film - Coming Soon!

Introducing the official website for "Are You Hearing Me?"

A feature documentary celebrating the stories of female artists who have experienced sexual and physical trauma and how we empower ourselves and our communities with our art. It is anchored on Diane Mackenzie’s own story of taking back her life after a rape and assault in 2010.

This website serves as a safe space for female artists and others who have experienced sexual/and or physical trauma and our allies.

You will meet our artists and crew.

Survivors and allies alike can seek out information and educational materials. You are also invited to share your own stories and artwork with us to be incorporated into the site. 

Please join us. All we ask is that you be kind and compassionate.


The Making of Are You Hearing Me?

Are You Hearing Me? is the feature documentary debut of filmmaker and activist Diane C Mackenzie. The film gives a voice and platform to female artists who have experienced sexual and/or physical assault.

Our website celebrates and honors the lives, art and words of survivors and their allies by creating a safe space for us all.

We invite you to share your art and your words with us in this space. We will also provide information and resources for those who strive to learn more. We acknowledge and honor other movements that intersect with our messages such as Black Lives Matter and the Me Too movement and are in support of these movements, causes, and their impact. 

"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."

- Martin Luther King Jr. 

1929 - 1968

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Donna Kaz 

Donna Kaz is a multigenre writer, director/choreographer and activist based in New York City. For the past 20 years she has led the theatre troupe, Guerrilla Girls on Tour, around the world with performances and talks focused on how to create humorous works which address social issues and prove feminists are funny at the same time.

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