21 Mar 2019
Five interweaving short films about Hobart’s refugees and new arrivals, and their struggle to belong.
Our actions affect each other. How we behave defines the community we live in.
THREAD was created as part of a filmmaking program working with young refugees, new arrivals and young people born/raised in Australia. The stories in the films are fictional but based on real experiences shared by the participants.
Participants took part in the writing, production and acting – learning from and being mentored by some of Tasmania’s premiere filmmakers.
This work is not just important – it’s vital, engaging, entertaining and inspiring.
You can see THREAD at Moonah Arts Centre on Thursday 21 March at 7 pm. Tickets are $15 or $10 concession.
THREAD has been developed in partnership with Moonah Arts Centre, Students Against Racism, MRC, Youth ARC, Claremont College and A Fairer World. The project was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts, the City of Hobart, Glenorchy City Council and the Australian Government through the Regional Arts Fund.
Free Wifi Public Toilet Wheelchair access
21 Mar 2019
Once Only Event
Moonah Arts Centre
23-27 Albert Road, Moonah, 7009