Filmed over two years on three continents and in ten cities, the film features an array of
luminaries including Daniel Ellsberg, John Pilger, Tariq Ali and Chris Hedges, with the insights of experts including Jennifer Robinson, Jill Stein, Stefania Maurizi and Nils Melzer, in addition to reflections of Assange’s family including Stella Assange, John Shipton and Gabriel Shipton.
Examining the motives of this peace activist and innovator, this astounding, shocking and inspiring film invites viewers to embark on a journey of understanding, where the circumstances are unprecedented, and the destination unexpected.
Movie: The Trust Fall
Date: 13th Feb
Time: Doors open at 6:00 PM – music and merchandise
Screening at: 7:00 PM Venue: Capri Theatre, Goodwood
Julian Assange, an Australian journalist, and the founder of WikiLeaks, has become an emblematic figure in the fight for press freedom and transparency. Despite being arbitrarily detained in HMP Belmarsh Prison, his work and voice resonate stronger than ever. This documentary delves deep into the revelations brought to light by WikiLeaks, examining the global reverberations and the relentless pursuit faced by Julian Assange and his family.
This extraordinary film, filmed over two years across three continents, includes insights from renowned figures such as Daniel Ellsberg, John Pilger, and Tariq Ali, alongside reflections from Assange’s family. It’s not just a film, but a journey into understanding the complex narrative surrounding one of the most influential figures in recent history.
The event will also feature a post-screening Q&A session with special guests, providing an opportunity for an engaging and insightful discussion.
This screening is organised in association with Films for Change, Capri Theatre and Amnesty International SA & NT.
We believe your presence would greatly enrich the discussions and perspectives shared at this event.
More event details to follow when confirmed, including special guests and a Q&A after the screening.