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Melaleuca Refugee Centre Fundraiser - 2013

When:

Thu 12 Sep 2013, 6:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Deckchair Cinema, Jervois Road, Darwin City, Northern Territory

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full: $15.00
  • Concession: $11.00
  • Children: $7.00
  • Darwin Film Society Members and Seniors Card holders: $9.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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MELALEUCA REFUGEE CENTRE FUNDRAISER

The Melaleuca Refugee Centre provides an environment of support, assistance and rehabilitation for refugees in the Top End, many of whom have experienced trauma, displacement, disempowerment and isolation. This special fundraising event aims to raise money for Community Development programs not yet funded. As part of the a film night, raffle prizes and food will also be available.

The documentary film features the story of Christian woman Mary and Muslim Afghan Hazara asylum-seeker Mohammad, who are both detained at a detention centre in Tasmania. The pair connect in an unexpected way, through the shared craft of knitting, specifically a gift of a knitted beanie.

Filmmaker Heather Kirkpatrick of Waratah Films has independently produced and directed this, her first feature-length documentary where she intimately followed Mary and Mohammad for a 16 month period in Tasmania to create this profound and enlightening film.

Melaleuca Refugee Centre - Support Us to Support People