Film Screening: Guilty
(2018, M, 82 MINS)

Wed 10 Oct, 2pm–4pm

Past program

Free entry

NGV Australia, Federation Square

Theatre
Ground Level

Booked out

Guilty depicts the final days of the life of Myuran Sukumaran, the Australian ‘Bali Nine’ convicted criminal who became an accomplished artist on death row under the tutorship of artist Ben Quilty.

Clinical preparations for capital punishment contrast with Myuran’s indomitable spirit as he creates some of his most powerful paintings just before his execution by an Indonesian firing squad alongside fellow Australian Andrew Chan in April 2015.

This screening is part of a National Screenings Event on Wednesday 10 October for World Day Against The Death Penalty.

Speakers
Matthew Sleeth , artist and co-writer/director
Raji Sukumaran , mother of Myuran Sukumaran
Julian McMahon AC SC , Barrister and President, Reprieve Australia
NGV Australia, Federation Square