Australian Premiere of DEAF JAM (28th June) “Actions Speak Louder Than Words”

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Arts in Action invites you to its June Social Action Film Night  for the Australian Premiere of the award winning documentary Deaf Jam by Judy Lieff – the story of Deaf teen Aneta Brodski’s bold journey into the spoken word slam scene. At her school, Aneta joins an extracurricular program to learn American Sign Language poetry. She and … 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

Film Screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell

Following it’s launch in May Arts in Action is back and proud to present a screening of  Pray the Devil Back to Hell  a deeply moving documentary which chronicles the remarkable story of the courageous Liberian women who came together to end a bloody civil war and bring peace to … Continue reading

Arts in Action Official Launch with Screening of Manufactured Landscapes @ the Donkey Wheel House

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Arts in Action will officially launch with a screening of Manufactured Landscapes an award winning documentary film about the work of photographer and 2005 TED Prize winner Edward Burtynsky. A camera drive in support of the 1 camera 1000smiles project will also be held on the night, so please bring … Continue reading