Ithaka + Q&A12A

Directed by Ben Lawrence | Australia/UK | 2022 | 1h 46m

One of the most controversial figures in contemporary society, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has become an emblem of an international arm wrestle between the UK, the USA, Ecuador and Sweden. With Julian now facing a 175-year sentence if extradited to the US, his family members are confronting the prospect of losing Julian forever to the abyss of the US justice system. This documentary follows Julian’s father and Stella Assange (Julian’s wife) as they advocate for Julian against the might of governments on three continents and the glare of the world’s media.

A one-off screening followed by a Q&A with Stella Assange, Adrian Devant (film producer and Stella’s brother), and Christopher Hird (Head of Dartmouth Films).


‘Emotional…[and] affecting documentary focuses on the family of the WikiLeaks founder, with whom it is perhaps easier to sympathise’
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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