Wild Butterfly is coming to Tasmania in March – make sure you buy your tickets now, as screenings will only go ahead if enough tickets are sold before 28 Feb 2020.
Many of you working in our sector may remember the media coverage of Claire Murray, a young Western Australian woman who was refused a second liver transplant in 2009 due to her history of illicit drug use. Claire died in April 2010, and this documentary explores her story, and her struggle with stigma and discrimination through the health care system when dealing with substance dependence and mental illness.
Launceston Village Cinemas
7:00pm Tuesday 10 March
State Cinema North Hobart
6:00pm Thursday 12 March 2020
Reading Cinemas Devonport
6:30pm Wednesday 25 March
It’s important to highlight that Wild Butterfly addresses challenging and confronting themes such as child sexual abuse, graphic sexual assault scenes, mental illness and substance use, which may be triggering for some viewers. If you would like any clarification about the themes that are presented in this movie, we encourage you to contact us with any questions. We encourage viewers to seek support if they find they are struggling with aspects of this film. (National Alcohol and Other Drug hotline: 1800 250 015)