FTW: Snap ticket giveaway to the Human Rights & Arts Film Festival

FIND out how you can win a pair of tickets to the Australian premier of the documentary Sun Kissed at the Human Rights & Arts Film Festival. Competition closes this Thursday! 

Meld Magazine has one double pass to give away to a lucky reader to see Sun Kissed, which will screening at ACMI on Tuesday May 14 as part of the Human Rights & Arts Film Festival.

Sun Kissed, which will be screening in both English and Navajo with English subtitles, follows the journey of Navajo couple Yolanda and Dorey Nez whose children have inherited a rare, recessive genetic disorder known as XP.

Yolanda and Dorey are burdened by the fact that they carry the defective gene, a one in a million chance – and when rumours surface of other children on the Navajo reservation also carry the XP gene, they begin an investigation into a disturbing truth, dating right back to the earliest days of the Navajo/settler encounter.

A portrait of the Wild West as you’ve never seen it before, Sun Kissed is punctuated with beautiful imagery of the New Mexican landscape, which starkly contrasts with the final, shocking revelation.

Human Rights Arts and Film Festival tickets FTW

 

For your chance to win, simply tell us in the comments section below why you’d like to attend this year’s Human Rights Arts & Film Festival.

Closing date for entries is Saturday May 4 and winners will be picked in a random draw. 

Don’t forget to leave your real name and e-mail address so we can get in touch with you. 

There are 2 comments

  1. Brian Fu

    Human rights issues are a big deal for me. I am currently studying law, and would love the opportunity to watch this meaningful movie.

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