St Pauls African House will conduct two screenings of the film about refugee resettlment in Australia, Constance on the Edge on Thursday 6 April. There will be two sessions.
One family. Two wars. Three countries. What does it take to forge a new life far from home?
Filmed over 10 years, Constance on the Edge is an unflinchingly honest portrayal of one refugee family’s resettlement story in Australia.
Brave, lion-hearted, charismatic Constance, mother of six, confronts her painful past in war torn Sudan, and risks everything in Australia so her family can thrive.
Mary, Constance’s niece, finds it impossible to find a job. Vicky, her daughter, studies every morning from 4am, hoping to get into university. Charles, 23, is struggling with alienation and depression.
Constance on the Edge gets to the heart of a contemporary untold story about the courage and resilience it takes to build new lives. The film also highlights the important role communities play in encouraging a sense of welcoming, healing and belonging.
Film: Constance on the Edge
Location: St Paul’s African House, 54 Poplar Ave, Shepparton
Screening Times: 1pm and 7pm
Admission: $5.00 per person to cover costs
More information: Rosalie Muston 0431453044
Read about the making of this film: http://constanceontheedge.com/