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Tue 12 Nov 2013, 6:30pm–9:00pm

Where: EVENT Cinema, Sydney CBD, 525 George Street, Sydney CBD

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $28.00 ($25.00 + $3.00 fees)
  • Student & Concession: $21.50
  • Pensioner & Senior: $16.50
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Listed by: Sunataya2

DOORS OPEN 6.30pm - Screening 6.45pm

Also available on Monday 11 Nov - Event Cinema, Bondi Junction

Australian & New Zealand Premiere Tour of the Award Winning Film:

Free China: The Courage To Believe (This is a not-for-profit event)

Includes Q & A with New York based director Michael Perlman (Tibet: Beyond Fear), Australian producer Kean Wong and labour camp survivor/main character Jennifer Zeng.

Free China: The Courage To Believe, co-produced by NTD Television and World2Be Productions, tells the remarkable story of Australian mother, best-selling author and former Chinese Communist Party member, Jennifer Zeng, who, along with tens of millions of Chinese, was practising a belief that combined Buddhist and Daoist schools—until the Chinese regime initiated a brutal crackdown…

“Intensely compelling…” Karen Curry, Former CNN New York Bureau Chief

“Stirring…narrative power” David DeWitt, NY Times

“…brave, upsetting…deeply inspiring…the film is not only about highlighting China’s humanitarian offenses, it’s about rallying the West to push for dissemination of free information to the Communist state.” Thompson on Hollywood, indieWIRE

This remarkably moving film exposes the widespread human rights violations taking place in China and the efforts by people of conscience to end the persecution and abuse.

It raises awareness regarding freedom of speech, freedom of belief, information censorship, forced labour and international corporations' unethical conduct.

Free China: The Courage To Believe coincides with the international campaign A Year For Human Rights In China. Click here to read supporting statement by Nobel Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu and blind dissident Chen Guangcheng (TheCommunity).

Click here to listen to the Free China theme song and music video performed by Q’orianka Kilcher (“Pocahontas” in The New World). (Free China Song).

Visit official website Free China Movie
Supported by: Australian Lawyers for Human Rights & Tibet Council