Sister For Sale – Film Screening and Q&A

Sister For Sale – Film Screening and Q&A

Date(s) - 18/03/2022
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra


The Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation would like to invite you to a special event in Canberra on Friday March 18, 2022. 

Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation is an NGO in Vietnam, started by an Australian teacher, Michael Brosowski. Blue Dragon rescues, repatriates and supports the recovery of victims of human trafficking, as well as working with children in poverty and street kids.

Blue Dragon has been collaborating with film maker and anti human trafficking advocate Ben Randall to screen  the documentary film Sisters For Sale, followed by a Q and A . In the documentary, Ben tells the story of his two Vietnamese friends, May and Pang, who were trafficked and sold into forced marriages in China. 

Ben spent a year in Vietnam and China searching for his friends, in consultation with Blue Dragon. This incredible true story explores the complexity of human trafficking, poverty and gender inequality. Special guest appearances are made in the film by the Founder and Strategic Director of Blue Dragon, Michael Brosowski, as well as the leader of Blue Dragon’s human trafficking rescue team, providing unique insights into this highly challenging work.

This  in-person screening is  being coordinated by an incredible high school student living in Canberra.Pryor Hollis is a passionate anti-human trafficking advocate and avid Blue Dragon supporter and it was important to her that this film is not just seen by school students, but by the entire ACT community.

The screening will be held at UC Senior Secondary College Lake  Ginninderra,  2 Emu Bank,  Belconnen  and will commence at 6:30pm. The film will be followed by a Q and A with Kim Miller and Ben Randall. Hope to see you there.

Tickets are $12 per person and can be purchased via: .

For more information email [email protected]