The Hunting Ground documentary: Screening & panel Q&A

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Monday 2 May 2016 to Thursday 5 May 2016
Monday 23 May 2016

The Hunting Ground is a critically acclaimed feature documentary that chronicles the personal stories of students who have been sexually assaulted on American university campuses.

The film interweaves observational footage, expert insights and first-person testimonies. It follows survivors pursuing both their education and justice in the face of institutional failure to respond effectively and appropriately to their reports.

This confronting exposé of sexual assault on American university campuses has sparked a national debate in the United States about rape culture, sexual consent and victim support.

The "Respect. Now. Always." campaign

We won't tolerate sexual harassment. Respect Now Always. Universities Australia, Victoria University

The documentary is being screened at university campuses across Australia as part of the "Respect. Now. Always." campaign by Universities Australia.

Screenings at VU

The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with a panel of experts in the area of sexual assault, including staff and student representatives from VU. 

Please note, you must book your ticket below to attend.


  • When: Monday 23 May, 5.30pm (free food and refreshments) for 6.00pm film start
  • Where: VU at MetroWest (Footscray) – 138 Nicholson St, Footscray

Book your free ticket now.

Find out more about the screenings, as well as emergency and support services, by visiting Respect. Now. Always. at VU or calling VU Student Wellbeing on +61 3 9919 5400.

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2 May 2016 to 5 May 2016
23 May 2016

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Elli Darwinkel
Senior Coordinator
Safer Community, Student Wellbeing
9919 5707