“Unsilenced” – Award-winning Movie Screening with Q&A

On Monday 28 November we are hosting “Unsilenced” – Award-winning Movie  Screening with Q&A, and would appreciate your help to promote this to your community.

Q & A panel: Guests include Mr David Matas, International Human Rights lawyer, and John Xiao, Chief editor of the English Epoch Times Australia.

Where: The Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Road, Kensington Park
When: 7pm Monday 28 November
Cost: $15
Booking: unsilenced.eventbrite.com.au

When the Chinese Communist Party launches a brutal crackdown against 100 million citizens, a jaded American reporter and a team of innocent students risk everything to expose the deadly propaganda and fight for freedom.

Based on true events, “Unsilenced” follows Wang, a university student in Beijing, and his friends as their carefree days are shattered by the 1999 order that banned the spiritual practice Falun Gong in China. As the state churns out lies and starts brutally suppressing voices of dissent, they cross paths with Daniel, a cynical American reporter struggling to find meaning in his profession in the country he loves. With the risk of prison, torture, and even death looming over them, they must all make a choice: to go with their conscience and speak the truth, or to remain silent as atrocious crimes go on behind closed doors.


“A powerful and affecting film” – The Boston Globe
“A moving portrait of conscious resistance.” – Los Angeles Times
“Gripping… truth-be-told eye-opener.” – San Diego Reader

Awards & Nominations
– Audience Award Winner, Austin Film Festival in 2021
– Nomination of Best Film On Human Rights, Political Film Society 2022
– Nomination of Best Film Exposé, Political Film Society 2022


Watch the official trailer at: https://vimeo.com/613981463


Brian Thompson
Falun Dafa Assistant Adelaide Branch
Ph 0400 306 581

AMRC – We Are Hiring – Communications Officer And Finance Officer

The Australian Migrant Resource Centre is a leading settlement and community service agency. We are seeking applications from experienced personnel for the following positions to be based in the Adelaide Multicultural Centre.




To obtain a copy of the job and person specification contact admin@amrc.org.au.

Application must address the job description and include a current CV and name, address and contact number of three referees.

Applications addressed as confidential to admin@amrc.org.au will be received up to 5:00pm Friday 25 November 2022.

All applications will be kept strictly confidential.
For more information on the AMRC, visit www.amrc.org.au.


How To Keep Your Community Safe During A Mobile Or Internet Outage

Keep your community safe !

Do you and your community know how you would communicate if mobile phones or internet services aren’t working in a natural disaster?

Mobile and internet services keep us connected but they may not be available in a natural disaster. It is important to have backup options.

We’ve developed a supporter kit to help get the message out about being prepared for a telecommunications outage during a natural disaster, and we’d love your help to raise community awareness about this important topic.

The kit contains a range of materials such as videos, flyers, social tiles, and posters with information on the simple steps your community can take to prepare. These materials are available to download in English and 10 other languages from the kit at the link below.

Download supporter kit

How you can help

As a trusted member of the community, we’d appreciate you sharing the materials through your networks both now and if a natural disaster or emergency situation is expected.

Spread the word and help your community get ready before an emergency.

For more information, visit www.infrastructure.gov.au/STAND-languages or email the Telecommunications Resilience team via TelecommunicationsDisasterResilience@infrastructure.gov.au.

Thank you,
CultureVerse on behalf of the Australian Government