Twenty Years: A screening of The Afghan Cameleers in Australia

Twenty Years: A screening of The Afghan Cameleers in Australia

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The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre

78 Flushcombe Road

Blacktown, NSW 2148

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Join us for a screening of the documentary, The Afghan Cameleers in Australia.

About this event

Speakers: Omid Nezami, Afghan singer and TV presenter, Hasiba Ebrahimi, Afghan actor, and Fahim Hashimy

The Afghan Cameleers is a documentary film that explores the relationships formed between the Afghan cameleers who were brought to Australia in the 1860s, and local Indigenous women.

There will be a Q&A for audience members following the panel discussion.

The discussion will be followed by a traditional Afghan tea corner, offering sweets, tea, and conversation.

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Please be advised that Twenty Years: The War in Afghanistan public program includes discussions addressing themes of war and conflict that may be sensitive or unsuitable for some visitors.

We recommend panel discussions for mature audiences. If you would like further information on the public program, please contact our staff on artscentre@blacktown.nsw.gov.au or (02) 9839 6558.

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