September 24, 2012
PLEASE NOTE VENUE AND DATE CHANGE
Wednesday, October 31, 8pm / Bella Union Bar, Trades Hall, cnr Victoria and Lygon Streets (center via Lygon Street), Melbourne
Suggested donation: $15/$10 at the door
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This powerful new documentary has won numerous awards at film festivals around the world but no major cinema has been prepared to screen this film.
But the stories and messages of this film need to get out into the public. With the the revival of the Pacific ‘Solution’ mark II and the dominance of policies seeking to punish refugees who seek asylum in Australia by boat, this film brings to life why its that refugees stuck in transit countries like Indonesia get onto leaky boats to seek protection and freedom.
By coming to this film screening, you won’t only be educated and moved, you will also be helping the Refugee Action Collective to raise some much need money. Now more than ever we need to have a fighting fund so that we can work our guts out to rebuild a refugee movement that can turn back the tide of anti-refugee policies emanating from Canberra.
We will also screen a shorter documentary about the conditions on Nauru.
For more information call Liz W on 0405 736 265