“WHO CARES?” a film about Social Entrepreneurs & the Launch of Do Good Radio/TV FREE EVENT!

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Arts in Action in partnership with Do Good Radio & TV is very proud to host a community screening of the documentary “WHO CARES?” an inspiring collection of stories of social entrepreneurs who are making the world a better place. This evening is also the official launch of Do Good … Continue reading

SHORT FILM NIGHT- Soul Biographies by Nic Askew & Just Be Frank by Elise Bialylew

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The October Social Action Film Night @ Bella Union presents an exciting program of short films featuring Soul Biographies LIGHTER or DARKER – a soul shaking black and white film series by US filmmaker, storyteller and musician Nic Askew and JUST BE FRANK, a short documentary about a blind Jazz … Continue reading

SPINNING DREAMS CAMBODIA – Fundraiser Screening for CARPETS FOR COMMUNITIES

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Arts in Action in partnership with Carpets For Communities is very proud to host a special fundraiser film screening of Spinning Dreams Cambodia (Latenite Films 2011), which captures the spirit of adventure and humanity in an inspiring and moving documentary of a 400km journey across Indo-China undertaken by 9 young … Continue reading

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

11/11 PTSD and Trauma Awareness Day – Fundraiser Screening of OPERATION Emotional Freedom

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Arts in Action in partnership with the Lions Club of Stonnington is very proud to host a fundraiser screening of “OPERATION: Emotional Freedom – The Answer” a multi-award winning feature length documentary. The film records the successful use of energy therapy technique EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to transform a group … Continue reading

Fundraiser Film Screening of Trafficked

Help Arts in Action raise funds for the making of East Timor’s first locally produced feature film – A Guerra Da Beatriz by attending a special fundraiser screening of Trafficked (2005) the groundbreaking documentary that explores the sex trafficking trade in SE Asia and Australia. Two screenings are being held … Continue reading

Arts in Action Hosts a Carpet Party @ the Screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell

COLLABORATOR PROFILE: Carpets For Communities EVENT: Film Screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell  WHEN:  Thursday 14th July 2011 WHERE:  Basement @ Donkey Wheel House ADDRESS: 673 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000 (near the corner of Spenser Street) TIME: 7.30pm Doors open at 7pm TICKETS: $20 tickets available online through … 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

Difference Makers Segment

An added feature of the Manufactured Landscapes screening on May 12th at the Donkey Wheel House is the inclusion of a “Difference Makers Segment” which screens a series of short clips and documentaries that shine a spotlight on local people, artists, projects and businesses that use sustainable principles and practices.  These are the people … Continue reading