It is important to us that you are made aware of the feedback we have received with regards to the films. This way you not only can see how the majority of the audience felt about the films, but you can compare your feelings to the films with the rest of the audience. Here are the questions we posed on the surveys:


1. What is your general and overall impression about the film? Please check all that apply.
Shocked
Overwhelmed
Indifferent
Informed
Motivated
Other please specify

2. How much did you know about .---------before coming to see the film?
A lot (you’ve read or watched info about the issue in depth before)
Somewhat (you’ve read, watched or heard about the issue before)
Very little
Not at all

3. What do you think about this film as an act of activism? Please consider the interviews and cartoons as you answer.
It is excellent (you have little to no issues with the film)
It is good (you have some reservations about the film, but overall you feel it was informative and a good example of film being used as a medium of activism.)
It is ok/fine (you just came to see the film and didn’t expect to receive anything from the film in particular and your expectation was right)
It is somewhat problematic (you found discrepancies or other issues with the film that was a bit distracting but you still feel that the film served a good purpose)
It is problematic (you found discrepancies or other issues with the film very distracting and as a result you lost the purpose of the film)
Other please specify


Here are a few stats on the following films. For the actual copies of the surveys you can view the attachments as well. For a numerical breakdown of how the questions were answered, please see this attachment:




Behind Forgotten Eyes


Most said overall they were "informed" (72%) or shocked (59%).
Most said they knew "some" or "very little" about the abuse and activism of Comfort Women (77% combined)
Most felt good about the film as an act of activism (55%)


Cargo: Innocence Lost & Svetlana's Journey


Most answered that overall they were "informed" (63%) and "shocked" (50%) about the film.
Most audience had some previous knowledge of the issue before viewing the film (63%).
Most audience answered that the film is a "good" act of activism (63%)

Tin Girls

Most answered that they were informed (70%)
Most of the audience had some previous knowledge of the issue before viewing the film (70%)
Most said they felt the film is a "good" act of activism (70%)

Sex Slaves

2/3 felt overwhelmed by the film
3/3 felt this film is a "good" act of activism