National Screenings of 'Guilty' - 10 Oct 2018 - World Day Against the Death Penalty

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National Screenings of 'Guilty'

Australian National Screenings of 

‘Guilty: The Final 72-Hours of Bali-9’s Myuran Sukumaran (2017) 

Wednesday 10 October 2018

 

Reprieve Australia is proud to be joining with a number of partners in supporting a National Screening Event of Guilty which will be held on the 16th World Day Against the Death Penalty - Wednesday 10 October

We are holding screenings across Australia aligned with World Day Against The Death Penalty to send a voice to the United Nations in the lead up to its consideration of the resolution on a moratorium on the death penalty, that Australia believes the death penalty is not acceptable under any circumstances.

Here is the full list of screenings to be held on 10 October 2018 - or click here to find a screening near you.

 

Victoria

Village Southland, Cheltenham, 7.00pm

Hosted by Bayside Church and Reprieve Australia.

Panel discussion moderated by Pastor Rob Buckingham (Bayside Church) with Julian McMahon AC SC (Reprieve Australia President) and Pastor Christie Buckingham (Bayside Church).

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National Gallery of Victoria, 2pm

Introduction by Matthew Sleeth (Guilty co-writer/director) with Myuran Sukumaran's mother and sister Raji and Brintha, 

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Hoyts, Melbourne Central, 6.30pm

Hosted by FMIA - Indonesian community organisation. 

Panel discussion with Bela Kusumah Kasim (actor - guilty); Mary Farrow (manager, writer and activist); and Dr Eric Wilson (Monash University).

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CDOD's Phee Broadway Cinema, Castlemaine, 7.30pm

Hosted by the Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival.​

Audience Q&A moderated by Geoffrey Smith with special guest Brigid Delaney (Guardian Journalist and co-founder the Mercy Campaign).

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Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn, 6.30pm

Panel discussion with Jewel Topsfield (National correspondent for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald) and Adam McConvell (Lead Actor, Guilty).

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Thornbury Picture House, 6.15pm

Introduction by Cindy Wockner (journalist and author).

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Village Cinemas Karingal, 7.00pm

 Hosted by Bayside Church, Frankston.

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Cinema Nova, Carlton, 7.00pm

Hosted by Human Rights Watch and the Human Rights Law Centre.

Panel discussion with Stephanie McLennan, moderator (Human Rights Watch); Judge Michael O'Connell SC; Daniel Webb (Human Rights Law Centre).

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New South Wales

Dendy Opera Quays, 7.00pm

Hosted by Reprieve Australia & Human Rights Watch.

Panel discussion with Dr Christopher Ward (Barrister and leading expert in public international law and human rights law); Mark Davis (Gold Walkley award-winning journalist); and moderated by Laura Thomas (barrister and Human Rights Watch Sydney Committee member).

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Dendy Newtown, 7.00pm

Hosted by Amnesty International Australia – NSW.

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Art Gallery of NSW, 7.30pm

Introduction by Matthew Sleeth (Guilty co-writer/director) with Myuran Sukumaran's mother and sister Raji and Brintha.

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Yass (Trader and Co), 92 Meehan St, Yass, 6.30pn

Free community screening.

 

Australian Capital Territory

Cinemas Manuka, 6.30pm

Hosted by Grace Canberra.

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National Gallery of Australia, 6pm

Hosted by the National Gallery of Australia.

Special introduction by artist Richard Lewer.

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Queensland

Palace Barracks, Brisbane, 6.30pm

Hosted by Reprieve Australia and Human Rights Watch.

Moderated by Georgie Bright (Human Rights Watch) with keynote speaker Stephen Keim SC (Patron of the Julian Wagner Memorial Fund and Australians Against Capital Punishment).

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Cinema Cairns City, 6.30pm

Hosted by Amnesty International Australia – Cairns.

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Cinemas Townsville Central, 6.30pm

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Northern Territory

Deckchair Cinema Darwin, 7.30pm

Introduction by Maggie Miles (Guilty co-writer/producer).

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South Australia

Palace Nova Eastend, 6.30pm

 Hosted by Amnesty International Australia.

 With speakers Chris Drummond (Hive) and Sue Herbert (AIA).

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Tasmania

State Cinema, Hobart, 6.30pm

Hosted by Amnesty International Australia – Hobart.

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