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Café Waldluft is not what it used to be. Once a popular tourist destination, nestled in the picturesque mountain town of Berchtesgaden, Flora Kurz’s rustic hotel today exclusively welcomes refugees from across the globe.
Steeped in a legal dispute that prevented its release, The Opposition details the struggle of 3,000 residents of the Paga Hill community in Papua New Guinea who watched helplessly as police bulldozed their homes to make way for a luxury resort.
June 26, 2015, former US President Barack Obama declared, “Our nation was founded on a bedrock principle that we are all created equal”.
Critics favorite at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, this high profile American documentary provides a stunning illumination into race, class and community.
Sophisticated, sensitive and surprising. Cinematic gems from Australia’s finest short-filmmakers.
Constance is a strong Acholi woman who was one of the first refugees from South Sudan to settle in Wagga Wagga with her family in 2005.
2017 FESTIVAL TRAILER
Check out our 10th Anniversary Festival trailer! Featuring high quality, award-winning human rights documentaries and narratives from Australia and around the world.
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