HUMAN FLOW + Ai Weiwei in conversation

HUMAN FLOW + Ai Weiwei in conversation

HUMAN FLOW + Ai Weiwei In Conversation

We are so proud to announce that world renowned artist, activist and director AI WEIWEI is coming to The Ritz Cinema where he will be LIVE ON STAGE for an exclusive in conversation talk & screening of his brand new documentary HUMAN FLOW – the detailed exploration into the global refugee crisis.

Ai Weiwei’s visit to Australia is supported by the Biennale of Sydney. For more information, visit humanflowmovie.com.au and biennaleofsydney.art

HUMAN FLOW
With over 65 million people in the world today forcibly displaced from their homes, internationally renowned artist and filmmaker Ai Weiwei examines the staggering scale of the global refugee crisis. He goes deep inside to get a personal look at refugees and what they go through. Filmed across 23 countries, we get an inside look at Syrian and African refugees, among others, and the struggles and anguish they face in their efforts to get to safe ground where they can raise families and not fear for their lives on a daily basis.

Screening:
Friday March 16th, 6.30pm

***THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT***

We will be playing additional sessions of HUMAN FLOW from March 17, stay tuned for more details.

 

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Human Flow

  • Cast
  • Israa Abboud, Hiba Abed, Rami Abu Sondos
  • Director
  • Ai Weiwei
  • Synopsis
  • With over 65 million people in the world today forcibly displaced from their homes, internationally renowned artist and filmmaker Ai Weiwei examines the staggering scale of the global refugee crisis. He goes deep inside to get a personal look at refugees and what they go through.

    Filmed across 23 countries, we get an inside look at Syrian and African refugees, among others, and the struggles and anguish they face in their efforts to get to safe ground where they can raise families and not fear for their lives on a daily basis.
  • Classification
  • M, 140 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Mature themes
  • Genre
  • Documentary
  • Running Time
  • 140 minutes

 

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