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HELP invites you to Wadjda

August 28, 2013 at 1:34 PM

HELP Auckland invites you to “Wadjda” so your friends and family can enjoy and support HELP and the services they provide to survivors of Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault. See the flyer for details

 

Date:     Sunday 22nd September

Cost:      $30 includes a glass of wine/softdrink and platters before the movie

Time:     3.30pm arrival and movie at 4pm

Venue:   Bridgeway Cinema

122 Queen Street, Northcote Point, Auckland

 

Wadjda ..

A charming tale about a courageous and insightful 10-year-old girl in Saudi Arabia

is the first female directed feature film to come out of Saudi Arabia.

is an empowering film about Wadjda breaking traditional boundaries

is fun loving, entrepreneurial and always pushing the boundaries of what is expected of her.

Get Tickets from eventfinda or here

If you can’t make the movie and would like to make a donation http://helpauckland.org.nz/donate

 

 



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