The Last Quarter (PG) | BREC

NAIDOC Week Community Movie Night

Run Time 165 minutes inc interval
Price From FREE
Presented By BREC and NAIDOC South West
Thursday
12 November 2020
5:30 pm

Join us for BREC’s NAIDOC Week Community Movie Night.

Experience Adam Goodes’ inspiring film The Final Quarter (PG) on BREC’s big screen.

Winner of multiple awards, including Film Critics Circle’s, Best Feature Documentary 2019, The Final Quarter (PG) tells the significant story of Indigenous AFL legend Adam Goodes. Through the lens of Goodes’ journey, the documentary explores race, identity and belonging in Australia today.

This free community event will kick off at 5.30pm with a sausage sizzle followed by The Final Quarter (PG) screening at 6pm. The evening continues with a popcorn and tea break after the movie, plus bonus screening of Stan Grant’s powerful racism speech kindly provided by The Ethics Centre. To empower positive discussion about issues raised in the films, a yarning circle will follow the screenings.

NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

  Reserve Your Tickets

This is a free community event but please register for your tickets online. Due to Western Australia’s COVID-19 restrictions tickets are limited for this event. If you experience any issues while booking tickets please contact our Box office team on 1300 661 272. Our Box Office is open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.

  Your Safety

Our community’s safety comes first. So we have moved to online bookings and contactless payments at the bar, have increased hygiene measures and will observe required COVID restrictions.

If you are feeling unwell please do not attend and contact our Box Office team to discuss your options. Read more about our current safety measures in our Venue Guide.

“A powerful work that stirs deep emotions”

Gary Maddox, SMH