Collaborator Profile | Sista Zai – Stillwaters Storytelling Collective “Making Diverse and Underrepresented Voices & Issues Heard”

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Arts in Action is extremely honoured and excited to present Sista Zai performance poet, radio host, and co-organiser of the Stillwaters Women’s Storytelling Collective who will be performing a moving tribute to survival at The Last Survivor Screening 31st May @ Bella Union. SISTA ZAI is a storyteller who uses spoken word … Continue reading

Collaborator Profile | Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) “Where the Door is Always Open”

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Arts in Action is proud to introduce the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) as one of 2 guest presenters at The Last Survivor Screening 31st May @ Bella Union. Join Arts in Action in welcoming speakers Robyn Gould and  Jen Clarke and find out how we can support ASRC and take action to help the lives … Continue reading

Inspiration for the making of The Last Survivor – Interviews with Director Michael Pertnoy

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Filmmaker Profile – Michael Pertnoy THE LAST SURVIVOR THE LAST SURVIVOR screens 31st May @ Bella Union Source: indieWIRE  Your movie: In 140 characters or less, what’s it about?  THE LAST SURVIVOR tells the stories of Survivors of four genocides as they struggle to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of … Continue reading

Film Screening THE LAST SURVIVOR 31st May @ Bella Union

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Arts in Action invites you to its inaugural Social Action Film Night @ Bella Union with a screening of The Last Survivor, a character-based documentary that presents the stories of genocide Survivors from The Holocaust, Rwanda, Darfur, and Congo. By presenting these stories of loss, survival, and hope side by … Continue reading

Monthly Social Action Film Night @ Bella Union

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Arts in Action currently hosts a “Social Action Film Night” at Bella Union Trades Hall on the last Thursday of the month May – November 2012. The monthly screening program showcases documentaries that serve to move, challenge and inspire social action on a personal and local community level. Films selected … Continue reading