Wadjda is the first feature film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia, a country where cinemas are not permitted. Director Haifaa Al Mansour is also the nation’s first female filmmaker.
Image by Jeff Busby
Review by Penny Mulvey
MTC Sumner Theatre until 26 April
Robyn Nevin has been a giant in Australian theatre for as long as I can remember.
The 2014 school year is well and truly underway. Many Uniting Church school chaplains are busying themselves in new roles, while others are moving on after many years of committed service.
Kerry and Berlin Guerrero
In April I conclude seven years as National Director of UnitingWorld
By Chip Henriss
Charles Gibson came to Australia from Scotland as a three year old in the 1950s.
Sebert and Sophie Ruddock
Retiring executive director, administration and finance, Sebert Ruddock was recently farewelled at the synod office in Melbourne.
Betty Millar doing her bit for the war effort in the Australian Women’s Land Army
As Betty Millar saw it, joining the Australian Women’s Land Army in 1941 was an opportunity “to do my part” for the war effort.
Cohuna Uniting Church member Hazel Radley was recently awarded the Cohuna Lions Club Citizen of the Year Award.
Approximately 130 people attended a forum – ‘Accommodation in Retirement: Considering the Options’ – last month at the Forest Street Uniting Church hall in Bendigo.
The Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit has funded an investigation into five seafood processing facilities run by one of the largest seafood companies in Thailand.
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