Film Night: Step


Date: 17 October 2018
Location: Palace Kino Cinemas

Join us for an exclusive screening of Sundance award-winning documentary 'STEP'.


“This is a highly pertinent story told in an entertaining way.” – Glenn Kenny, New York Times.

‘STEP’ follows the senior year of a girls' high school step team in inner-city Baltimore in the United States as they strive to become the first in their families to go to college.

At the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, ‘STEP’ won the US Documentary Special Jury Award for Inspirational Filmmaking. It also won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 2017 Australian Film Institute Docs Festival.

We'll also be joined by a special guest of the Brotherhood who'll share stories of some incredible young people in our community who, through education, are breaking the cycle of poverty.

Where: Palace Kino Cinemas, 45 Collins Street, Melbourne
Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018
Time: 6.00pm nibbles and drinks for a 6:30pm movie start
Tickets: $30 - includes complimentary drinks and nibbles before the film and a special guest.

For more information you can contact the Brotherhood team at events(at)bsl.org.au or (03) 9483 1369.


 

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