The Queensland Committee for Oxfam Australia invites you and your guests to join us for champagne (or juice) and a benefit screening of the film Charlie's Country, 6pm at Palace Centro James Street, New Farm on Thursday 17 July 2014.
'In his Cannes-award winning role, David Gulpilil plays a warrior past his prime who becomes disillusioned with the changes in his community. Charlie’s Country is the actor’s third collaboration with director Rolf de Heer, following The Tracker and Ten Canoes' (SBS 2014).
Your support of this event is greatly appreciated and funds raised at the event will be donated to Oxfam Australia to support the Close the Gap and Syria campaigns.
We look forward to seeing you at the film.
“Equal parts ethnographic and poetic, this eloquent drama's stirring soulfulness is laced with the sorrow of cultural dislocation but also with lovely ripples of humor [sic] and even joy.” – The Hollywood Reporter
“One of the most special films at Cannes” – Variety
When do ticket sales close?
Tickets are available for sale via eventbrite until 5pm Wednesday, 16 July 14.
What does my ticket price include?
Supporter admission price includes a ticket to the film, a glass of champagne or juice, raffle ticket as well as a donation that will support Oxfam Australia.
Can tickets be purchased on the night?
To allow catering to be booked for the event it is preferable that tickets are pre-purchased via eventbrite. However, if this is not possible or convenient please contact Julie Toussaint at the Queensland Committee for Oxfam Australia via email firstname.lastname@example.org and an effort will be made to organise ticketing for the event.
Are there any other payment method options?
It is preferable that tickets are pre-purchased via eventbrite using a credit card. However, if this is not possible or convenient please contact Julie Toussaint at the Queensland Committee for Oxfam Australia via email email@example.com and an effort will be made to organise alternate payment for the event.
Where can I find out more information about Oxfam Australia?
Oxfam is an independent, secular, community-based aid and development organisation that works to free people from poverty and injustice in more than 23 countries around the world, including Australia.
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