Sunday 29th May 2011
National Film and Sound Archive Human Rights Arts and Film Festival
War Don Don
(2010, 93mins, unclassified 18+)


In the heart of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, Issa Sesay awaits his trial for war crimes. Prosecutors say Sesay is guilty of heinous crimes against humanity. His defenders say he is a reluctant fighter who protected civilians and played a crucial role in bringing peace to Sierra Leone. With unprecedented access to prosecutors, defence attorneys, victims and Sesay himself, War Don Don puts international justice on trial for the world to see.

'One of the most viscerally compelling documentaries of the year, it will leave you haunted.’ – Mary Anderson Casavant, Filmmaker Magazine

Arc Cinema, NFSA

Time: 2:00PM

Cost: Special ticket prices apply to all HRAFF sessions

Contact and Ticket Bookings: 6248 2000

Please visit the NFSA website for more information

Old Old Acton Part 1

Join Allen Mawer for a leisurely walk around lower Acton Peninsula, looking back into the early history of the area, and comparing old photos with new vistas. Stay on for brunch at the Ivy Café (own expense). Meet at the entrance to Old Canberra House, Lennox Crossing, Acton.

Meeting Point: Old Canberra House entrance, Lennox Crossing

Start Time: 10:00AM

Finish Time: 11.00AM


Bookings: Essential - Numbers Limited

Contact: Email: Phone: 0437 301 390 

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