Boiling Point the Documentary

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Last updated: 07/05/2024

Join us at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre for the screening of "Boiling Point," a powerful documentary that examines the lives of men who have moved away from violence in their relationships.

Produced by The Outback Mind Foundation, "Boiling Point" is not just a film; it's part of a movement towards profound social change. The documentary sheds light on the transformative journeys of men who have overcome their history of violence against family members. We invite you to witness their path to self-discovery and change.

BOILING POINT OFFICIAL TRAILER ; Directed by Aaron Schultz. Visit The Outback Mind Foundation.

Director, Aaron Schultz's vision is to educate and reduce the risk of men committing acts of domestic and family violence, fostering a society where regrettable behaviours are replaced with positive actions.

This event marks an important part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, aiming to promote discussion about personal change and pathways to non-violence.

  • Date: Tuesday, 21st May 2024
  • Time: Doors open at 5:30 PM
  • Location: 177 Bourbong St, Bundaberg QLD 4670
  • Entry by donation, with all proceeds going to Small Steps for Hannah

Event Schedule:

  • 6:00 PM: Opening remarks by Aaron Schultz
  • 6:20 PM: Screening of "Boiling Point" (21 minutes)
  • 6:45 PM: Panel discussion and audience Q&A
  • 7:15 PM: Conclusion of the panel discussion

Raffle and Lucky Door Prizes:

  • Mixed Media Crafts - $550.00 photo session
  • Snakes Down Under - family admission pass
  • COB Cafe Bargara - Cafe gift package
  • Raw Awakening Fitness & Strength - 3 month gym membership
  • Dan’s Plastering - Splitters Farm family pass
  • Z Insane Training & Fitness - 2 personal training sessions
  • Moncrieff Entertainment Centre - various donations

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