An intimate and personal story of Khaled, an Iraqi-born Dutch-raised young man struggling to hold onto his humanity as he searches, over 10 years, across continents, for peace and freedom. With the love and support of Leon, a Dutch refugee humanitarian volunteer he meets in Greece, Khaled manages to hang onto his sense of self and the dream of a free and peaceful future.
Join the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) and BakerMcKenzie for a screening of this extraordinary film, followed by a Q&A with the film’s Director, Kaye Harrison.
Sydney Film Festival Documentary Australia Award Jury - Special Mention
“Sanctuary conforms to no stereotype. It is about people wanting to lead ordinary lives on their own terms”. - Alex Dudoc de Wit, BFI Film.
DOORS OPEN AT 6PM FOR A 6.30PM START.
Please note attendees will receive updates from RACS.