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Geeta

GEETA is a feature documentary about a mother’s inspiring and transformative love for her daughters and the change that

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Jillian Pappas
$1,000
Soo Choi
$30
Katherine Berney
$50
Helen Eddy
$100
Robert Stewart
$500
Anna Helme
$30
Jane Geyle
$100
Luane Lucas
$10
Janie Smith
$100
Anna Russell
$50
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$250
Smiley Sandhu
$50
Pooi Nie Liew
$100
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$100
Penny Underwood
$500
Rosie Batty
$100
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$50
Ruwanie Ekanayake
$50
Brian Benjamin
$1,585
Amrish Garg
$50
Georgie Herrick
$500
Brian Benjamin
$11,000
Elise Callander
$500
Kelly Humphreys
$50
Ralph Renard
$500
Luca Vorderwuelbecke
$150
Natalie Clarebrough
$15
Anonymous
$50
Sheena Saigal
$50
Helen Patsikatheodorou
$100
Abhishek Rajyaguru
$100
Silvia Amici
$50
Maria Vamvakinou
$250
Jane Castle
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Brenda Padgett
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Andrew Purdam
$40
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