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Following the film’s launch, we are committed to providing the film to schools, community organisations or individuals who wish to host screenings of Grace Under Fire in local communities around Australia.

To host a screening in your area, please download our Grace Under Fire Film Screening Info Pack below.

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Credits

Writers, Directors/DOP & Editors: 

Journalist Isabelle Lane and documentary filmmaker Madeleine Martiniello

Executive Producer: 

Victorian Women’s Trust

Interviewees:

  • Dr Skye Saunders, Academic and author
  • Grace, 20-year-old law student
  • Narelle Fraser, former detective
  • Keelia Fitzpatrick, Young Workers Centre coordinator
  • David Morrison AO, former Chief of Army 2011 – 2015

Grace Under Fire was officially launched by Chief Justice Diana Bryant on May 11, 2017, at Cinema Nova in Carlton, Victoria.

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