SEE IT

FIRST STEP
WATCH IT

  • Watch Incarceration Nation on SBS on Sunday 31st Oct 2021 8.30pm
  • Then catch up on SBS on Demand
  • Take our impact survey

SECOND STEP
SHARE IT

Understanding and empathy is the starting point of change. Help us share the truth of Australia’s history and our current incarceration crisis

  • Invite your networks to watch the film on SBS
  • Share on social media
         
  • Host a screening

THIRD STEP
RAISE YOUR VOICE

Join the Incarceration Nation campaign #RaiseYourVoice campaign alongside our key partners and join us in taking long term action to address racism and injustice.

Host a Screening

In 2022 you will be able to host an in-person or virtual screening of Incarceration Nation.

A screening of the film will help raise awareness and create conversation about the issues and solutions. You can use the film as an educational or campaign tool or as a fundraiser for your organisation or community.

Please register your interest now and we will keep you updated and let you know when our hosted screening program is launched.

How to host a screening:

  • Register here to host a screening
  • You will be emailed in 2022 on how to get the film and public screening licence
  • Set a date, plan, and promote your event using our free screening resources (coming soon)
  • For panels and Q&As read our conversation guide here  

*All films need a licence to be screened publicly.

Tell us what you think

Watched the film? Take the survey

SURVEY

IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE.

#RaiseYourVoice

  • Let’s shift the national conversation about Indigenous justice.
  • Let’s raise Indigenous voices, stories and experiences.
  • Let’s tell the truth of Australia’s history, the historical trauma and the systems that still impact Indigenous People.
TAKE ACTION
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners whose lands we have filmed on – the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul people, the Birpai People, the Wadawurrung people, the Gadigal people and the Darug people. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging as Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land.