Director: Daniel Widdowson,

Cast: Ana Thu Nguyen, Shane Emmett, Kaitlyn Boye, Jennifer Corren, Yannick Lawrey, Jessica Marchi, Paul Mailith, Kelly McRae, Poppy Derrington,

Genre: Drama | Rating: | Runtime: 105 Minutes

The red carpet will roll out in style as the Avoca Beach Theatre prepares to host the Southern Hemisphere’s theatrical premiere of "Get Free," a riveting fictional film, inspired by real events, that tackles the pervasive issue of human trafficking.

In 2017 the Australian Government reported the alarming fact that 4,500 people were in slavery1, in 2023 Walk Free reports this has grown to a staggering 41,000 people2. The “GET FREE” event, slated for September 14, 2023, is much more than a movie premiere; it's a momentous celebration of cinematic artistry and a compelling narrative that transcends borders.

An Unforgettable Night for Movie Enthusiasts:

The premiere of "Get Free" promises to be an unforgettable experience for cinephiles worldwide.

Here's why:

1. Compelling Narrative: "Get Free" dives deep into the harrowing world of human trafficking,
delivering an intense and emotionally charged narrative that's both thought- provoking and

2. Stunning Venue: The Avoca Beach Theatre, renowned as one of the top 10 most beautiful
theatres in the world according to the BBC, provides the perfect backdrop for this cinematic
3. Global Appeal: This premiere isn't just about local talent; it's a global call to action. "Get Free" touches on universal themes of hope, resilience, and the power of choice.

4. Empowering: “Get Free” reveals ten ways that women and children are taken, so they can make smart choices. “Get Free” is for everyone who doesn’t have a dad from the CIA coming to save them.

Join Us in Shaping the Conversation:

"Get Free" doesn't just aim to entertain; it seeks to spark a conversation. This premiere is an opportunity for industry professionals, movie enthusiasts, and the public to engage in meaningful dialogue about the impact of cinema on society with a meaningful Q & A afterwards.
About "Get Free":
"Get Free" is a ground-breaking film that tackles the issue of human trafficking with sensitivity and urgency. Through the lens of survivors' stories, it inspires individuals and communities to take action against the world’s fastest growing crime. “GET FREE” reveals ten of the twenty ways women and children are lured by traffickers. “GET FREE” helps teenagers and parents make SMART CHOICES in the midst of this epidemic.
To learn more about "Get Free," visit www.getfreefilm.net

Get Free is rated M, recommended for mature audiences.


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