Human Rights Chatter on Triple J

1 12 2007

Jessie Taylor (writer / producer of WWBR) and Evelyn Tadros (co-ordinator of Human Rights Arts & Film Festival) chatted to Megan Spencer of Triple J’s ‘The Hack’ on Thursday 29 November. You can find it here and have a listen!



20 11 2007

Hey there, so the HRAFF screening is coming up!  Thursday 29 November, at RMIT Capitol Theatre.  It’s at the slightly bizarre time of 10.30 in the morning, because it’s a screening for schoolkids. However, due to the awkward time of year, there have been not as many schools responding as could be hoped, so we’r hoping to get bums on seats nonetheless!

The screening will be followed by a panel with me, Pamela Curr (Asylum Seeker Resource Centre) and comedian Rod Quantock.

You can see all the details at – we’d love to see you there!



Screenings near & far!

7 11 2007

Hi there,

A couple of screenings coming up across the globe!

On the 19th of November, at Eltham Catholic Church, in Melbourne’s north eastern suburbs… Watch this space for details!

And Friday 9th November, there’s a screening at the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria in South Africa! Might be a bit out of the way, but if you’re in the area….!

Oh and of course the wonderful Human Rights Arts & Film Festival on 29th November. Check it out at the site at, and download the info on our screening here: HRAFF Info


WWBR @ Human Rights Arts & Film Festival

5 11 2007


WWBR will be screening at the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival at 10.30am on Thursday 29 November 2007, at RMIT Capitol Theatre.  There will be a panel afterwards with Writer / Producer Jessie Taylor,  comedian Rod Quantock, and Pamela Curr – campaign co-ordinator at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.

Screening in Sydney – 3rd September

27 08 2007

The Mayor of Mosman Denise Wilton

invites you to a free screening of

“We Will Be Remembered For This”

hosted by Peter FitzSimons
followed by Q&A with the film’s writer /producer Jessie Taylor

6 for 6.30pm Monday 3 September
Refreshments will be served in the Council Chambers

“Acting From the Heart:Australian advocates for asylum seekers tell their stories” book sales & raffle will benefit Bridge For Asylum Seekers Foundation

RSVP to Sarah Jackson 9978 4061 or

Mosman Council is a declared Refugee Welcome Zone

Melbourne Writers’ Festival 07

20 08 2007


Melbourne Screening 16 August

6 08 2007

Hi there, there’s a screening coming up on Thursday evening August 16th, at the Retro Cafe on Brunswick Street.

Thursday 16 August 2007
Retro Cafe – 413 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
Free entry
Meals and drinks for sale

Read more on this rather pretty web page.