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Brotherhood of St Laurence Fundraiser Film Night

The Brotherhood of St Laurence is holding a special advance screening of The Good Lie, the story of four Sudanese refugees settling in to a new life in America, to raise money for their programs for refugee and asylum seekers.

Director Philippe Falardeau says of the film:
"I wanted to make this as real as possible. This needed to be a reminder that heroism is not just about soldiers and firefighters, but about kids without any means or resources finding a way to survive."

Date: Wednesday 19 November
Time: 5.30pm
Venue: Kino Cinemas, 45 Collins Street, Melbourne

Tickets $35: Includes pre-film refreshments with live musical performance from Sudanese singer Ajak Kwai.

Abraham Mamer, Manager for the African Australian Community Centre will speak briefly about the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers settling in Australia and how the Brot

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