When Diva and her baby are tricked into leaving their Rajasthani village to come to America; they are exploited by international crime and trafficking cartels.


Roger Slagle




Credited cast:
Darryll Alvey Darryll Alvey ... Truman Thornton Esq.
Pranith Andole Pranith Andole ... Abhay Akhtar
Chris Atkinson Chris Atkinson ... Russian Hit Man
Bill Collins Bill Collins ... Surprised Man
David Everson David Everson ... Helecopter Pilot
Sandy Fisch Sandy Fisch ... Airport Passenger
Samantha R. Fork Samantha R. Fork ... Maggie Kossikoff
Jen Gamble Jen Gamble ... The Nanny
Malorie Glavan Malorie Glavan ... Spanish Girl
Sai Kumar Sai Kumar ... Raghav Singh
Gopal Kuvar Gopal Kuvar ... Mother of Divia
Barbara Lamp Barbara Lamp ... Jessica Smith
Lisa Murphy Collins Lisa Murphy Collins ... Sandra Dole
Melena P. Melena P. ... Baby Divia
Russell Graham Piette Russell Graham Piette ... Jim Stevens


Diva is a realistic depiction of the thousands of lost children in India who are trafficked into Western countries via organized crime and later sold into illegal adoptions or worse. This is a NARRATIVE 54 Min. film that brings village Indian life and the underworld of human trafficking to the screen. This emotional film begins in Hindi with English sub-titles and depicts the locating of a light skinned baby in a remote Rajasthan village in India. When a young mother and her new born baby are manipulated into coming to America . Once in Northern California Divia and her baby are abruptly separated as cash is exchanged between thugs, lawyers, traffickers and wealthy patrons. The film ends when the baby is separately flown away in a helicopter as her mother meets her fate. Written by Roger Slagle

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A chronicle of the lost children of India and their exploitation. See more »




India | USA


English | Hindi

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October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sub-Zero Motion Films See more »
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North America. Divia has Won Best Drama at the ALTFF film festival in Toronto Canada and BEST SHORT FILM 2018 at the NEW YORK INTERNATIOANL FILM FESTIVAL. Roger Slagle MFA MSW, Director / Screenwriter Divia, (2017) See more »

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