JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR Q&A EVENT SCREENING 99 mins

  • JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR Q&A EVENT SCREENING
  • JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR Q&A EVENT SCREENING
  • JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR Q&A EVENT SCREENING
  • JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR Q&A EVENT SCREENING
  • JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR Q&A EVENT SCREENING

Screening Mon 20 Jun at:

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Monday, 20 June
6:15PM 

Join us from 6:00pm for a 6:15pm film start on World Refugee Day, Mon 20 June, for the West Australian premiere of the feature documentary, Journey Beyond Fear. Hosted by the Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees (CARAD), this inspirational film of love and survival follows a teenage girl and her refugee family in Malaysia as they wait for, and eventually, achieve successful resettlement in Australia. This Q&A once-only event screening, featuring filmmakers Robyn Hughan & Steve Warne, is hosted by International Humanitarian, Inspirational Speaker and Best-Selling Author, Rabia Siddique following the 6:15pm screening at Luna Leederville.

Told through the eyes of a teenage girl and her refugee family in pursuit of resettlement, this emotional roller coaster takes us from despair to joy through hope, humour and love - shattering prevailing stereotypes. A character-driven film, featuring three magnetic daughters and shot over 7 years in Malaysia and Australia, it’s an extraordinary psychological study of the effects of refugee status. We experience how even the system for seeking asylum the “right way” is incredibly challenging, but that those who make it are hugely thankful, can be welcomed by fellow Australians and are eager to contribute to Australian society.

Critics are saying...
"Journey Beyond Fear an excellent documentary from Robyn Hughan, is a genuinely moving experience. Apart from the strength and courage of the family members, which is self-evident the patience of the filmmaker is commendable. This is a journey well worth taking. 4/5 Stars." David Stratton, The Australian

"Artistic and attractive. The film is full of joy love, fear, happiness, light and very well shown humour." The Age

"With the current dialogue around detention centres, asylum seekers and refugees in general, Journey Beyond Fear is a thought-provoking piece that everyone needs to see." Celebrity Kind

"A humane look at a family – lively, colourful – hoping for a new life and actually, finding it!" Peter Malone

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English, Dari & Malay with English subtitles

4stars
"a journey well worth taking"
David Stratton

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