2 years ago

5 April, 2016

RC Mills Lecture Room 209

Organised by:
Film Society

The first feature film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia and the first feature-length film made by a female Saudi director, Wadjda is the simple and brave debut by Haifaa al-Mansour, which played the Sydney Film Festival to much acclaim back in 2013.

Telling the story of a young Saudi Arabian girl who dreams of owning a green bicycle that she passes in a store every day on her way to school, Wadjda features fascinating social commentary complemented by a tremendous lead performance and clever writing.


Find us on Tuesday in RC Mills Lecture Room 209. We'll have pizza from 5pm and the screening will start at about 5:15pm. We'll be heading to the Forest Lodge Hotel afterwards for post-film drinks and discussion.

This event is free for members, $5 for Access cardholders. Annual membership is $5 for Access cardholders.