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The Ukrainian Council of NSW and the Polish Club Ashfield

Film Screening | 20 Days in Mariupol

When

Sunday 30 June from 3pm to 5:30pm

Cost

Starting from: $25

The Ukrainian Council of NSW and the Polish Club Ashfield are hosting a fundraising screening of the BAFTA and Oscar winning ’20 Days in Mariupol’.

Ukrainian filmmaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mstyslav Chernov offers an unflinching, anguishing account of the 20 days he and colleagues spent covering Mariupol.

The film is a cinematic tour de force that transcends the boundaries of traditional documentary-making, delivering a visceral and unforgettable account of war. 20 Days in Mariupol stands as one of the most impactful documentaries of our time.

By attending this event, you will not only enjoy a remarkable film, but gain a deeper insight into the realities of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine, the impact of atrocities committed and the resilience of the Ukrainian spirit.

AGENDA

  • 3:00pm – Introduction

  • 3:05pm – Personal story from victim of Russian occupation/terrorism

  • 3:10pm – Movie commences

  • 3:50pm – Interval 

  • 4:10pm – Movie recommences

  • 5:00pm – Movie concludes

  • 5:00pm – Closing comments and charity auction

  • 5:30pm – Event concludes 

ABOUT UKRAINIAN COUNCIL OF NSW

The Ukrainian Council of NSW (UCNSW or ОУГ) was formed in 1949 and has as its mission to be a strong coordinating body representing all Ukrainians in NSW. Their objective is to work collaboratively with all member organisations to:

* Be an effective lobby on Ukrainian matters to Government and the broader community

* Promote Ukrainian culture and language

* Strengthen participation at all events, programs and projects

 TICKETS | $25 / PERSON + booking fee

All proceeds go to The Defend Ukraine Appeal, the largest Australian fundraising effort for non-lethal military aid for Ukraine. 

Tax Deductible Donations can also be made on the day to Ukraine Crisis Appeal, the largest Australian tax-deductible humanitarian fundraising effort for Ukraine.

 DISCLAIMER

This event is only for 18 year +. There is graphic content. 

BOOK YOUR TICKETS

DONATE DIRECT TO THE DEFEND UKRAINE APPEAL

DONATE DIRECT TO THE UKRAINE CRISIS APPEAL

GETTING THERE

The Polish Club Ashfield is located 182 Liverpool Road, Ashfield. Pedestrian access is only available from Liverpool Road.

TRAIN

We are conveniently only a 5 minute walk from Ashfield Train Station. Take the Brown Street Exit from the train station, and continue up Browns Street until you reach Liverpool Road. Cross the road and continue left. The destination will be on your right.

PARKING

We are delighted to welcome our guests to park their vehicles in our underground carpark. The entrance is located via 73 Norton Street. You can easily enter the club from the carpark using the lift. Alternatively, there is always plenty of street parking in the surrounding area with access to the club via the front entrance on 182 Liverpool Road.

CHECK-IN

Ensure to arrive 15 minutes prior to the event to be able to check-in at reception. Members can easily scan their members card, and guests can either scan their drivers license or become an associate member for $2. Allow 5 minutes to become a member.

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The Ukrainian Council of NSW and the Polish Club Ashfield

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