Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

Alias Ruby Blade  7pm Friday 31 May
Intrigue. Romance. Revolution. It all comes together in this action-packed documentary which chronicles the tumultous birth of a new nation in East Timor through a never-before-seen perspective.

My Brother The Devil 7pm Saturday 1 June
Power, poverty and sexuality, this is a coming-of-age drama like no other. Rashid and Mo are two Arab-British brothers growing up in the Hackney council flats with their Egyptian parents. A story about brotherhood and belonging, My Brother The devil is a slick and energetic portrayal of migrant youth pushed to the fringe.

William and the Windmill 7pm Sunday 2 June
At fourteen, young Malawian William Kamkwamba became an inventor, launching him into the international spotlight.
In this thought-provoking documentary, director Ben Nabors unpacks the dilemmas of Western intervention in the developing world.

For more information visit http://hraff.org.au/programme#alice-springs

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When:
31 May2 June 2013
Where:
Pop Cinema, Olive Pink Botanic Garden