In the UK, by law, public film screenings require a BBFC age related classification.

Due to the high cost of obtaining a BBFC classification (Tariro cost us more than £1000), alongside promotion of the film on the Amazon prime Video broadcast platform we are following a different route with One Way Traffic, encouraging local groups to arrange private screenings, particularly local Corps of the Salvation Army.

Special support is available to all groups wishing to arrange a private screening, whether connected with a church, with a trafficking support organisation or a similar interest.

We provide full support including designing your promotional leaflets, posters and programme. We can even create a customised pre-roll.

Use the link to visit the main OMF web site and select ARRANGE A SCREENING.


13 March

Despite a slowing down of organised groups amid concerns for Covid 19 (CoronaVirus), One Way Traffic screened to a healthy audience (pun intended!) at the St John Stone's Parish Centre, Woodvale, on Friday March 13.

Following the screening, discussion led to questions about support for trafficking and slavery victims and also a commendation for the quality of the film and the way sexual and aggressive situations had been handled without on-screen explicit sex or violence.

23 November 2019

Attended by an invited audience the UK Premiere screening of One Way Traffic was in the Colours Suite at the wonderful Salvation Army building in Southport.

Preceded by a 'Nibbles & Fizz' reception, the premiere was attended by an invitation only audience.

Date TBA

Negotiations are on-going for a screening of One Way Traffic in September to align with the European day of prayer for trafficked victims. More information will be posted here when available.

Date TBA

We are also hoping to arrange a screening of One Way Traffic at a city centre venue. More information will be posted here when available.