“Slut or Nut: The Diary of a Rape Trial is a film of fundamental importance. Slut or Nut challenges us to address the unkept promises of the criminal justice system made to rape survivors. This documentary should be watched by everybody but most especially, it is a useful teaching tool for high school and university students, police, lawyers, and judges”

– Dawn Moore, Associate Professor at Carleton University, Dept. of Law and Society

“Despite being frequently cited as the only legitimate way to pursue justice, the legal system can be a confusing, opaque and hostile minefield for survivors of gender-based violence.  Slut or Nut: The Diary of a Rape Trial is an ingenious and inspiring reclamation of voice. We’re grateful to Mandi for turning her trauma into this generous gift to survivors.”

– Attiya Khan, Co-Director of
A Better Man (Documentary Film)

“This is going to be the most important film you see in 2017.”
– Feminist Twins


“Canada is in dire need of this movie. Despite the realities of sexual violence reporting that we see every day in sexual assault centres and rape crisis centres, many Canadians still believe the system is working as it should. When we show people the stats, and walk them through what women experience in court, the most common reactions are shock and disbelief. We need to get past the shock and move to action – Slut or Nut is a great starting place!”

– Sunny Marriner, Executive Director, Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre