HRAFF Corporate and Community Screenings
An opportunity to experience and to connect with your people.
Host your own marriage equality screening!
Bring your community together in the lead up to the postal survey results. These short films personalise marriage equality and provide a global context to the Australian Marriage Law survey.
Short film package – choose 2 short films for $99 or 3 for $150 (prices ex gst).
To book a screening, email email@example.com or call 03 9629 9944
LOVE IS LOVE Logan Mucha & Daniel Von Czarnecki / Australia / 2016 / 12 mins / English / Documentary
A look into the lives of four LGBTI families from Australia, demonstrating regardless of identity, love is all you need.
ABAN + KHORSHID Darwin Serink / Iran and USA / 2014 /13 mins / Persian with English subtitles / Narrative
In an unnamed country, two men await a dreadful punishment for the crime of loving each other.
BAYARD & ME Matt Wolf / USA / 2017 /16 mins / English / Documentary
In the 1980s, civil rights activist Bayard Rustin had a boyfriend, Walter Naegle, who was 30 years younger than him. Since gay marriage was not an option at that time, Rustin adopted Walter to provide legal protection for the man he loved.
HRAFF HAVE BEEN GIVEN SPECIAL PERMISSION TO OFFER CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY SCREENINGS OF FEATURE DOC: THE FREEDOM TO MARRY
To book a feature screening, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 9629 9944
THE FREEDOM TO MARRY Eddie Rosenstein / USA / 2016 / 86mins / English / Documentary
June 26, 2015, former US President Barack Obama declared, “Our nation was founded on a bedrock principle that we are all created equal”. One of the most successful civil rights movements in modern history, the ‘Freedom to Marry’ campaign was fought over decades. This heart-warming documentary chronicles the historic movement to the US Supreme Court and the landmark ruling for marriage equality. We watch as lawyer Evan Wolfson (leader of the ‘Freedom to Marry’ movement) and counsel for GLAD (Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders) Mary Bonauto, amongst many dedicated and inexhaustible advocates, turn opponents of same sex marriage into supporters.
This film has been exempt from classification and is restricted to people over 15 years. People under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
ABOUT CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY SCREENINGS:
Are you eager to give a particular human rights issue more time in your work place? Do want to treat your employees or volunteers to a unique and socially conscious film experience? Let HRAFF support you to host your own human rights film screening with the option of expert speakers, a panel and/or Q&A.
We assist you with the film license, classification requirements and all the film and technical logistics. Event coordination and promotion is yours to manage. Screenings can be held at your workplace, University, community space or one of our partner cinemas.
Imagine inviting your clients and key partners to a private viewing of one of our ground-breaking and award-winning films in ACMI’s world class cinema followed by drinks and canapes?
A huge number of short and feature films available. Prices vary for Corporates, Universities and NFP’s so for more information, please contact Kate Ficai email@example.com or + 61 (03) 9629 9944.
For school enquiries, please visit the CineSeeds Program page.
HRAFF acknowledges the generous support of the Australian Communities Foundation and the Hart Line Fund.