Journey Into Hell

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The Power of the Documentary Film Festival

Journey Into Hell


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

09 December 2018

Event Type

Cinema Screening

Includes a special introduction from the director Mark Davis and Q&A following the film 

Two years before the persecution of Myanmar’s Rohingya people and their exodus to neighbouring Bangladesh made international headlines, Australian television reporter and film-maker Mark Davis brought their suffering to viewers of ABC’s 4 Corners current affairs series. Broadcast in 2015, Journey Into Hell is a searing report of those who traffic the fleeing Rohingya to Thailand.

Date & Time: Sunday 9 December at 2pm
Classification:
Year: 2015

TICKETS
Single Sessions
Riverside Members and 30 Club Free
Single Tickets Adults $15 Concession $12

Packages
Festival Four Pack $45 choose any four films from the festival excluding opening and closing events
Festival Pass $99 see as many films as you can (minimum five) during the festival excluding opening and closing events

Presented in partnership with

Reporter/Camera: Mark Davis
Production Company: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Executive Producer: Sally Neighbour
Producer: Peter Cronau
Researchers: Patricia Drum, Mary Fallon
Film Editor: James Braye
Archive Producer: Michelle Baddiley
Additional Camera: David Leland, Steve Sandford, Sai Kyaw Khaing

Download the film notes for Journey Into Hell

Journey Into Hell Film Notes

Ticket Options

Riverside Members $Free
30 Club $Free
Adults $15
Concession $12
Festival Four Pack $45
Festival Pass $99
Transaction fees apply
Screen $1.65

Duration

43 minutes


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