Monday, August 20, 2007


Every once in a while, an Australian film emerges with a story of such rare power and insight that it demands to be seen. Soroptimist International – Victoria Region, in conjunction with Roadshow Entertainment, is delighted to present a very special night at Cinema Nova, Lygon Street, on Wednesday 29 August at 6.30pm to view The Jammed. A story based on real events and court transcripts, The Jammed unravels the sinister workings of human trafficking, illegal prostitution and deportation.
We are delighted to offer you a rare opportunity to meet and ask questions of the movie Director, Executive Producer and key members of the cast. Join us for drinks and nibbles following the screening.
Book now to save disappointment! Details on the attached flyer are summarised below for your convenience. Please help make this event a successful one by forwarding this invitation to all of your friends, family and work colleagues.
Proceeds from this special screening will be given to Project Respect to assist with the running of a safe house for women and young girls who have been trafficked into slavery.
What: The Jammed, an Australian thriller based on real events
When: Wednesday 29 August, 6.30pm (arrive early to collect pre-booked tickets)
Where: Cinema Nova, Lygon Street, Carton, Melbourne
Tickets: $25 each (sorry no concessions)
Payment: Payment up front please, either:
Call (03) 9551 2066 with your credit card details (please note, payment by credit card will incur a 4% surcharge)
EFT: Account Name: SIBOC, BSB No: 033157; Account No: 861061; Identify your deposit: “Jammed & your surname/initial”

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