Summer of Respect - an anti-sexual violence campaign for the ACT
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The Hunting Ground Film Screening

Proudly Presented by Summer of Respect

The Hunting Ground is a documentary about sexual assault on U.S. university campuses. 

This documentary is a critically acclaimed feature documentary that chronicles the personal stories of students who have been sexually assaulted on American university campuses. Interweaving observational footage, expert insights and first-person testimonies, the film follows survivors pursuing both their education and justice in the face of institutional failure to respond effectively and appropriately to their reports.

Watch the trailer here:

This confronting exposé of sexual assault on American university campuses has sparked a national debate in the United States about rape culture, sexual consent and victim support.

Following the screening of the film we would like to continue the discussion here through a panel discussion with panellists including Helen Watchirs - ACT Human Rights Commissioner, Chrystina Stanford - CEO of Canberra Rape Crisis Centre with others to be confirmed. 

3 March 2016,  6:30 - 9:00pm
National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
1 McCoy Circuit, Acton 2601 ACT
Run time: 58 mins
Panel Discussion: 30 mins
Rating: M
TICKET PRICE $10.00 available at

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Summer of Respect is a joint campaign between Women's Centre for Health Matters and Canberra Rape Crisis Centre.