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.
In My Blood It Runs and Children’s Ground have partnered together to produce some “conversation starters” with starting points for reflection and discussion.
Or, share them on your socials to start a wider conversation:
Watch at home
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Show the Film
Stay safe and stay connected by hosting a 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.
Watch outside of Australia
We’re currently ironing out our screening options for other territories.
21 September (30 days)
POV Broadcast on PBS US-wide
16 - 27 September
Take One Action Film Festival - Virtual Cinema - UK Online UK
Sep 25, 2020, 6:00 PM
Lucas Film Festival for Youth, DFF Cinema Frankfurt
25 Sept - 1 Oct
Lucas Film Festival for Youth Online
Oct 3, 2020, 6:30 PM
Human Rights Film Festival Berlin, Sputnik Kino am Südstern Berlin
Oct 6, 2020, 6:00 PM
Human Rights Film Festival Berlin Berlin
30 Sept - 10 Oct
Human Rights Film Festival Berlin Online
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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.