‘Solstice‘ Preview Screening
4.30pm - 6-30pm
Saturday 23 November 2019
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We have partnered with Border Trust to bring a preview screening of the film as a work in progress to Albury Regent Cinema. The film will be a part of Border Trust’s popular and highly successful ‘On The Couch’ series that showcases local people with powerful stories to tell. https://bordertrust.org.au/
Screening will be followed by Q&A with Patrick McGorry, the filmmaker and guest speakers.
Refreshments available after the event.
Date: Saturday 23rd November
Time: 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Regent Cinema, Dean Street, Albury
This is such great news!
Being approved for fiscal sponsorship by the much respected Documentary Australia Foundation Board means two things -
Firstly, this film has been reviewed and accepted by a organisation that is only supports the best quality independent documentary films submitted to it. We’re in that list!
Secondly, we can now accept tax deductible donations directly from our page on the Documentary Australia Foundation (DAF) Board website. Making it easier for donors to support this project.
‘Solstice’ film approved for Documentary Australia Foundation fiscal sponsorship
‘Winter Solstice’ free community event. 5 - 7.30pm 21 June 2019, QE2 square, Albury
The Winter Solstice was started in 2013 by the founders of Survivors of Suicide and Friends, Annette and Stuart Baker. Survivors of Suicide and Friends is an Albury based organisation whose aim is to bring the subject of suicide and mental illness into the public forum to be addressed without shame or stigma. The Winter Solstice is an opportunity for communities to gather on the longest (and often coldest) night of the year to be entertained, enlightened and supported. http://www.wintersolstice.org.au/
The Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System has begun – the first of its kind in Australia. The Royal Commission will deliver an interim report by November 2019 and a final report by October 2020. The Victorian Government has already committed to implementing all recommendations. You can share your ideas and suggestions to improve Victoria's mental health system via the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health website
Submissions have now closed. Updates about where the Royal Commission is up to can be viewed here