Inspiring stories will be told when a family of refugees and a film director come to Griffith on June 25 during Refugee Week.
The visit is organised by Rural Australians for Refugees Griffith, and they'll be screening the documentary "The Staging Post" at the Griffith Regional Theatre.
It's a documentary about former refugee Muzafar Ali, who made the best of a bad situation and co-founded the first refugee-managed school in Indonesia.
Mr Ali, his family, and documentary director Jolyon Hoff will be coming for the screening of the documentary, and afterwards they'll have a Q and A session held by Rural Australians for Refugees Griffith.
Mr Ali said he was deeply touched by the empathy shown by rural Australians.
"I'm humbled to see how people are interested to learn more about refugees and our experiences," he said.
There will be a schools screening at 12.30pm, followed by a 6pm community screening at Griffith Regional Theatre on June 25. Community tickets are $5 and are available online.
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