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Federal talks about Edward Snowden film

Edward Snowden in a scene from the movie Citizenfour. Supplied by Madman Entertainment.
Edward Snowden in a scene from the movie Citizenfour. Supplied by Madman Entertainment.

TWO groups in Federal have joined forces to put on a film and a talk at Federal Hall tomorrow (Saturday) night.

FedTalks and Federal Films are having a fundraiser with the screening of the documentary CitizenFour and a Q&A style discussion afterwards.

CitizenFour is winning every documentary award around the globe and is the story of whistle blower Edward Snowden.

The film and topics it raises will be introduced by a conversation between Hans Lovejoy and Phillip Frazer and they will facilitate a discussions after the film.

Dinner will be served from 6.30pm and will be Middle Eastern inspired mezze plates

The film will be shown at 8.15pm with Q&A after.

Entry is inclusive of dinner, film and discussion at $25 with all funds going towards supporting

FedTalks for the next year's conversations.

More info: fedtalks2480@gmail.com

http://www.fedtalks.com.au

http://www.facebook.com/FedTalks

Topics:  edward snowden film whistleblower



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