Australian Premiere and World AIDS Day charity screenings

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE of ALL THE WAY THROUGH EVENING
Presented by MERCURY CINEMA and FEAST FESTIVAL
Nov 24th 2012 – 7PM Mercury Cinema, Adelaide 
Followed by a Q and A by Director Rohan Spong

Ticket proceeds from this screening will be donated to AIDS Council of South Australia (ACSA).

Melbourne – Cinema Nova 
All ticket proceeds from 11am Dec 1 screening were donated to Vic AIDS Council / Gay Men’s Health Centre 

Sydney – Dendy Newtown
All ticket proceeds from 7PM Sat Dec 1 Screening to be donated to ACON (AIDS Council of NSW) – followed by Q and A with Director Rohan Spong 

Canberra – Dendy Canberra
All ticket proceeds from Dec 1 Screening to be donated to AIDS Action Council (ACT).

Brisbane – Palace Centro 
All filmmaker’s ticket proceeds from entire opening week to be donated to the Hope Fund for people living with HIV/AIDS. 

Adelaide – Mercury Cinema
Ticket proceeds from Dec 1 Screening to be donated to the AIDS Council of South Australia (ACSA)

and in the USA:

NEW YORK – November 30th
6PM at Leslie Lohman Gallery
26 Wooster Street (between Grand & Canal)
Preceded by a shrt live performance by Mimi Stern-Wolfe. Followed by a Q and A with Mimi Stern-Wolfe and Perry Brass (featured in the film) FREE ENCORE SCREENING

BOSTON – December 1st
2PM at Boston Museum of Fine Art
Preceded by a short live performance by Mimi Stern-Wolfe.
Followed by a Q and A with Mimi Stern-Wolfe.

KANSAS CITY – December 1st
11AM Tivoli Cinema
Donations to Good Samaritan Project
Screening introduced by Karen Kushner (featured in the film) 

CHICAGO – December 3rd 
7PM Center on Halsted
With ticket proceeds going to
AIDS Foundation of Chicago

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