UnSlut Premieres In Australia
This month, UnSlut: A Documentary Film had its Australian premiere in Sydney, and was also screened in Melbourne through a group called Films for Change. Films For Change, which regularly premieres Australian and international films, supports the diverse voices and free expression of independent storytellers and celebrates the power of documentary to improve our understanding of the world. Both events included dinner, live music, a vegan chocolate tasting courtesy of The Chocolate Yogi, and a discussion following the film screening.
The Sydney premiere took place on March 17th at Govindas Restaurant and Movie Room, which served a vegetarian Indian dinner throughout the event. Before UnSlut began, the audience enjoyed performances by singer-songwriters Kym Staton (who also organized both events) and Kay Proudlove, pictured below (left).
On March 22nd, UnSlut: A Documentary Film was screened at Loop Project Space in Melbourne, through Films for Change and the Melbourne Vegan Club. The audience was treated to performances by Kym Staton and feminist comedian Kirsty Mac (below right), as well as a five-course, gluten-free, vegan canapé dinner following the film screening.
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