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Letter from Masanjia - Award Winning Documentary Screening

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Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA Hawke Building, City West Campus

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An SOS message from the Masanjia Labour Camp goes viral and miraculously leads to the closure of China’s entire labor camp system.

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Join us during this year’s International Human Rights Week for a film screening of the award-winning documentary Letter from Masanjia on 12 Dec!

The multi-award winning film Letter from Masanjia explores the story of how a desperate SOS note from a Chinese prisoner is found by an American mother in her Halloween decorations, and the incredible events that led to the shutdown of China’s labour camp system.

Directed by Peabody Award winning director, Leon Lee, the film is both a powerful tale of human suffering, compassion and perseverance — a potent reminder that most meaningful changes in life stem from the courage of those individuals who fearlessly expose social ills for truth and justice.

The film received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Feature Length Documentary at the 7th Canadian Screen Awards in 2019.

Film is rated M (15+ year)

LA Times: “An amazing film”

New York Times: “A potent documentary”

BBC: “An astonishing sequence of events”

POV Magazine: “You have to see this amazing story to believe it.”

Watch the official trailer below.

Hosted by Falun Dafa Association of Australia


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Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA Hawke Building, City West Campus

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Adelaide, SA 5000

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