THE STAGING POST REFUGEE WEEK 2019 TOUR. JUNE 14TH - 28TH
We loved screening The Staging Post as part of Refugee Week 2018 so, in 2019, Muzafar Ali, his family, and Jolyon Hoff are hitting the road again. There are cinema screenings in Wonthaggi, Maryborough, Bowral, Penrith, Coffs Harbour, Brisbane and Griffith. More events to be announced soon. Each screening will include a Q&A with Muzafar, his wife Nagina and the director, Jolyon Hoff, and we’ll Skype the refugees in Indonesia.
Inspired by the Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre (CRLC), there are now over ten refugee-led learning centres and more than 1800 refugees involved in education in Indonesia. We’ll update you on this remarkable refugee-led education revolution, all the latest achievements and developments at the CRLC, and explain how we are building a borderless community of support, connection and two-way education together.
We love screening The Staging Post and meeting all the wonderful people around Australia. There is nothing more heart-warming and powerful than being amongst friends and community.
We are particularly excited about the school screenings which are happening. Please contact us off you would like to screen the film at your school, workplace or community.
SCREENINGS AND EVENTS
Fri 14th Wonthaggi Union Community Cinema 7pm TICKETS ON DOOR
Sat 15th Melbourne. FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS EVENT. Venue TBC Afternoon ALL WELCOME
Sun 16th June Maryborough Paramount Theatre 2pm AVAIL SOON
Mon 17th June Bowral Empire Cinema. 6:30pm TICKETS
Tues 18th June Bowral Empire Cinema. Special School screenings. 11am & 1pm CONTACT
Wed 19th Penrith Vics Flicks 6:30pm TICKETS
Thurs 20th Sydney FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS EVENT AFTRS @ Fox Ent. 6pm ALL WELCOME
Fri 21st Coffs Harbour Cavanbah Hall 7pm AVAIL SOON
Sat 22nd Caboolture Library 1pm. REGISTER HERE
Brisbane University of Sunshine Coast 6pm BOOKING & INFO
Sun 23rd Brisbane Brisbane Square Library 11am INFO AND BOOKINGS
Tues 25th Griffith Theatre. 6pm TICKETS
MORE EVENTS ANNOUNCED SOON
PHOTOS FROM REFUGEE WEEK 2018
FEEDBACK FOR THE STAGING POST
So full of wisdom and humour
Needs to be seen by as many people as possible.
An inspiring and moving documentary.
Truly a remarkable story. All Australians need to see your film.
This is so positive, beautiful and affirming!
I was mesmerised by the courage & true humanity shown.
Fantastic film. Don't miss it.
A totally beautiful and inspiring film by such beautiful inspiring people - so glad I went. Congratulations to all. Let's spread the goodness. Peace and Community is possible - here's the proof.
An inspiring story. Wonderful positive story and friendships and working together. Get to see it if you can.
What a fantastic night so glad I could introduce my son to this movie, he was most excited to see the school via Skype at the end. Thank you, thank you.
I saw this in Newcastle and it was incredible ❤️ Everyone needs to see this xx. Such a beautiful positive film featuring beautiful positive people.
Uplifting - we saw it last week and thoroughly recommend it.
Loved The Staging Post
Lifts the spirit; packed with positivity, potential, possibility, patience, hope, community, cooperation, love and friendship.
You must see this amazing film. Inspirational. A reminder of what is possible when people work together to turn away from fear towards hope.
Profoundly moving...beautifully crafted. It demonstrates the power of people to take positive action in dire circumstances and, in particular, the power of women in advocating for their children's education and a better future.
By far the highlight of my uni experience over the past three years so far.
Last year the community in Cisarua captured my heart, today watching The Staging Post and talking with you both, I was reminded why. I stand with you in your endeavours.
Dr Margaret Spencer
The Staging Post is a phenomenally powerful documentary
Sydney University Social Work Student
The ground-breaking documentary, The Staging Post, is vital in shifting the understanding and debate in Australia to better understand the impact of our current policies.
Tim O’Connor, Director, Refugee Council of Australia
A truly moving piece of cinema.
This is a great film, going to a screening is an uplifting way to contribute to a community of wonderful people, I highly recommend it
A moving tribute to people who refused to become victims of circumstance. A must see!
Marion Rose Le
Wow, saw this tonight. Audience was mesmerised. Powerful movie made me cry and laugh but mostly made me want to help the school and others like it in Indonesia.
Thanks to the magnificent Rural Australians for Refugees for all their support!