Erasing Dad

Erasing Dad is a feature documentary film that follows six fathers who are fighting to raise their children after a divorce and features interviews with professionals who admit, on camera, that they do everything possible to keep children and fathers separated.

In Argentina, fathers are punished for wanting to be active parents to their children after a divorce. Latino men are stereotyped as “machistas”, but many dads in Argentina want to actively participate in their children´s lives after divorce. The justice system favors women and assumes that men are always violent aggressors, and allows fake accusations to prosper. In cases where there are no false accusations, the courts do nothing when visitation orders are not followed. As a result, many fathers are unjustly prevented from seeing their children.resumen de prensa ST OP2

Erasing Dad is more than a documentary, it is a movement. We have more than 37,000 followers on our Facebook page in Spanish and have conducted more than 50 television, radio and print interviews. We are changing the debate about parental alienation not only in Argentina (which approved joint custody recently) but around the world. Families have been reunited after their children or the judges involved in their cases viewed the film. Even attempts to censor the film have not prevented us from raising awareness and turning frustrated families into activists. For that reason, we have decided to keep filming and make Erasing Family, which will be a truly international documentary with stories from the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and Latin America. The focus will be on the children who suffer and entire families that are erased, from moms to dads, grandparents and siblings. Please stay tuned for more updates about how you can get involved. You can find Erasing Family on Facebook and www.erasingfamily.org

Erasing Dad is a must-see for students and professionals in the following fields: Family Law, Trauma informed care, Social Work, Family Psychology, Domestic Violence, Gender Studies, Child development, childhood education.

Run time: 78 minutes. With English and neutral Spanish subtitles. Director Ginger Gentile is available for speaking engagements and SKYPE calls.

Please note, we have released the film on Youtube and are offering DVDs due to popular demand for those who chose to watch in this format.