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The Opposition

Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

4 May 2017 - 3 June 2017

Steeped in a legal dispute that prevented its release, The Opposition details the struggle of 3,000 residents of the Paga Hill community in Papua New Guinea who watched as police bulldozed their homes to make way for a luxury resort. 

Two community leaders rose to help, but were driven down different paths in their individual pursuit for justice. Australian director Hollie Fifer’s pursuit of the truth, wherever it led, prompted one subject to file an injunction against the film’s release. Right triumphing over might never seemed so daunting.

The Opening Night film of the festival, purchase tickets here

Film Information

DIRECTOR

Hollie Fifer

RUNNING TIME

76 minutes

YEAR

2016

 
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