Watch The Film

Watch the film

Online viewing options now available! *Australia and New Zealand Only

We know this is a tricky time, but it’s important to maintain a sense of strong community spirit and solidarity. We have two options to watch the film.

  1. We are kicking off with four special event online Virtual Cinema screenings + Q&As with filmmakers and partners from April 17th – 19th. This way you can watch the film at the same time as others as it streams to you simultaneously and be part of an interactive question and answer time immediately after.
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  2. Watch anytime at your leisure by renting the film for a limited time only on Vimeo On Demand.
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Fundraising for Indigenous communities: 30% of all online screening profits will go towards immediate crisis response work of our partner organisations Children’s Ground and Akeyulerre Healing Centre in Alice Springs to support communities to prepare for and face the health impacts of coronavirus. A further 20% will go directly towards supporting those in the film to stay safe during this uncertain time.

Virtual Cinema special events


Apr 16, 2020, 7:00 PM

7:00 PM

Online Virtual Cinema fundraiser screening with Q&A

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Apr 17, 2020, 7:00 PM

7:00 PM

Online Virtual Cinema fundraiser screening with Q&A

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Apr 18, 2020, 7:00 PM

7:00 PM

Online Virtual Cinema fundraiser screening with Q&A

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Apr 19, 2020, 2:00 PM

2:00 PM

Online Virtual Cinema fundraiser screening with Q&A

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For existing screenings and ticket holders:

  • If you have a ticket to an existing Fan Force screening those screenings will either be postponed or rescheduled as an Online Home Premiere Event on FanForce TV. Fan Force will be in touch with you.
  • If you have a workplace, school or community screening planned please get in touch with us via to either reschedule, get a link to share the film online or join one of our special Virtual Cinema screenings

Show the Film

Stay safe and stay connected by hosting a virtual cinema screening for your networks – friends, workplace, school and start a conversation about the issues faced by children like Dujuan in Australia.

As the promoter of the event, you can organise the event to include an online panel discussion or guest speakers before or after the screening. It will be driven by you and can also use the film as your own fundraiser or one to support Indigenous communities face the risk of Covid-19.


1. For your workplace or organisation

Host an online screening for your workplace or community organisation. We can provide at-home screening links for all  your number of members and provide helpful advice for facilitating post-film discussions.

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2. For school groups

Are you a teacher or educator who would like to host an online screening for your classroom or school cohort? We also have educational and professional development resources available for pre and post-screening study!

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I want to use my online screening to fundraise!

If you are interested in using your screening as a fundraiser for your organisation, we encourage you to fundraise for:

  1. Fundraise to support Indigenous communities to face the risk of Covid-19. Dujuan’s own families are leading this initiative at Children’s Ground and Akeyulerre. Learn More about work on the ground here.
  2. A cause of your choice.
  3. An Arrernte-led school to be established on Dujuan’s homeland. This school is run by Dujuan’s grandmothers who are driving Children’s Ground. To find out more about our impact goal to support First Nations lead education in Australia, read up here: