As part of Domestic Violence Prevention Month, IMPACT Community Services and Bundaberg Regional Council will present a screening of the new documentary, BOILING POINT.

The documentary provides an insight into men's behaviour and Domestic Violence. 

The main focus of the event will be the screening of the new documentary Boiling Point produced by Aaron Schultz. Aaron has made this documentary to help work towards providing better education for men and reducing the risk of them committing acts of domestic and family violence. His aim to help men work towards better levels of self-awareness to reduce risk of behaviours they may later regret. He hopes this has an impact and helps create positive social change. Immediately following the screening there will be a Panel Discussion and a Q&A for the audience with the panel. 

Event Schedule
5.30pm: Event commences in Foyer
6.00pm: Welcome onstage from Aaron Schultz
6.20pm: Screening of documentary BOILING POINT (21 minutes) 
6.45pm: Panel discussion on stage - includes Q&A with audience
7.15pm: Panel discussion concludes

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