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For queries, please email us at hello@inmyblooditruns.com

Australia

1. Watch on Vimeo On Demand

The film is available on Vimeo On Demand, including captioned and audio described versions.

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2. Order the DVD

Order a DVD to watch at home any time.

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3. Watch on iTunes

Rent or buy the film online from the iTunes Store.

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4. Watch on ABC iView

The film is back on ABC iview for 30 days from November 8th.

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5. Join our NAIDOC Week Workplace event!

Celebrate NAIDOC Week with us by having a team screening of In My Blood It Runs then joining a live Q&A.

Q&A at 4pm AEDT on Tue 10 Nov. Watch film before or after.

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US + Canada – On Demand

1. Watch on iTunes

Rent or buy the film online from the iTunes Store.

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2. Watch on Amazon

Rent or buy the film online via Amazon.

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1. Canada – stream on Hot Docs

Stream now from Hot Docs cinema.

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UK

DATE
VENUE

28 Oct - 21 Jan

Watch - UK wide Virtual Cinema

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28 Oct - 25 Nov

Barbican Virtual Cinema

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28 Oct - 25 Nov

Barbican - Audio Described version Virtual Cinema

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28 Oct - 26 Nov

Broadway Cinema, Nottingham Virtual Cinema

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20 Nov - 4 Dec

Conquest Theatre Virtual Cinema

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11 Nov - 25 Nov

David Lean Cinema Virtual Cinema

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7 December, 6.10pm

Genesis Cinema - screening + Q&A with filmmaker In Person

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8 Dec

Genesis Cinema Virtual Cinema

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6 Nov - 20 Nov

Phoenix Virtual Cinema

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28 Oct - 26 Nov

Reading Film Theatre Virtual Cinema

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28 Oct - 26 Nov

Rio Cinema Virtual Cinema

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28 Oct - 26 Nov

Theatr Colwyn Virtual Cinema

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Rest of World – On Demand

1. Watch on Vimeo On Demand

The film is available on Vimeo On Demand, including captioned and audio described versions.

Please note this currently excludes Germany, Sweden, France, Greece and Canada.

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Can’t access the film? Email us at hello@inmyblooditruns.com

Show the Film

Stay safe and stay connected by hosting an in-person or virtual cinema screening for your network – workplace, school and organisations – start a conversation about the issues faced by children like Dujuan in Australia.

As a host, you can license the film and organise the event to include an online panel discussion or guest speakers before or after the screening. We are happy to provide advice on how to best run your event online and start meaningful conversations in your community.

1. Screen for your workplace/ organisation

Register to host a screening using our online form.

Register now (anywhere)

UK screenings: Register here

US + Canada: Register here

2. Screen in school

If you’re a teacher looking to screen for educational purposes, please head to our education page for specific details on this.

Link to education page

Discussion Guides

The beautiful thing about watching a film is the ability to discuss, self-reflect, and share thoughts and experiences – which is integral to promoting understand and change.

Whether you’re screening to a room of hundreds of strangers, a group of colleagues, or just a ‘watch party’ with your family at home, it’s inevitable that everyone in the room you watch with will have different experiences of racism – so we hope that these suggested tips help build a bridge to share your learnings.

Conversation starters

In My Blood It Runs and Children’s Ground have partnered together to produce some “conversation starters” with starting points for reflection and discussion.

Download the 1-page discussion guide

Download the full Host A Screening guide

Or, share them on your socials to start a wider conversation:

Download discussion guide & social media assets

Take the Survey

Want to continue to support the campaign? Your feedback is essential in helping us build the ongoing campaign and learn what we can do better to shift the hearts and minds of Australia.

We would love your musings, heart-shifts, happy-feelings, tears and political actions are a vital part of understanding the impact of the film and sharing why more films like this need to be made – and what we can do better moving forward.

This survey will take about 10 minutes.

If you’re a teacher and used the film in class we have a specific  we’d love you to fill out, and a for those who learnt with it.