PUBLISHED15 Jun 2022
Ithaka Post-Screening Conversation
A father. A family. A fight for justice What are the global implications of Julian Assange's case?
The world’s most famous political prisoner – Julian Assange, has become an emblem of an international arm wrestle over freedom of journalism, government corruption and unpunished war crimes. But – how does Julian Assange’s fight for freedom impact us all?
Documentary Australia, the Australian Human Rights Institute and the Human Rights Law Centre are proud to present a special panel conversation about ITHAKA and the implications of Julian Assange’s ongoing case.
Hear from Ithaka film director Ben Lawrence, author of Facts and Other Lies: Welcome to the Disinformation Age Ed Coper and Kieran Pender from the Human Rights Law Centre as they discuss the global issues at stake in this case. This special conversation was moderated by journalist Amy Fallon.
ITHIKA shines a light into the darkest corners of society, highlighting what the most powerful nations will do in order to hide their crimes.
It is a moving and intimate portrayal of one father’s fight to save his son, exposing the brutal realities of the campaign to free Julian Assange.