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Refugee Week Film Screening

When:

Sat 20 Jun 2015, 2:15pm–4:30pm

Where: Blacktown Arts Centre, 78 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown, New South Wales

Restrictions: 15+

Registration Types:

  • blacktownartscentre.eventbrite.com.au: Free
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Filigree Films

A special event to mark Refugee Week 2015, presented by Filigree Films in collaboration with Blacktown Council and Blacktown Arts Centre.

Film screening followed by Q&A with the director Iqbal Barkat, cinematographer Vincent Tay and Blacktown City Mayor, Stephen Bali, to discuss the issues raised by the film.

Free event (including tea and coffee) but bookings are required, via the website http://blacktownartscentre.eventbrite.com.au

When your world is crumbling, who do you turn to? Fighting a lifelong battle for compensation for her crumbling house, an elderly woman finds a young refugee living on her doorstep. Can she trust him with her safety? Can he trust her with his? Mortars is a unique film, part documentary, part fiction, using actors and non-actors, it tells a tale embedded in Western Sydney and yet universal in its themes. At its heart this film quietly celebrates our ability as human beings to overcome our personal fears and prejudice, in the face of another's suffering and need for assistance.