‘Fade to Black’ in the Blue Mountains

‘Fade to Black’ in the Blue Mountains

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The documentary Fade to Black premiered in Australian cinemas in August.

Fade to Black (1.5 hours) follows the travails of Peter Short, who mounted a personal campaign for legalising voluntary assisted dying (VAD) in the lead up to his death in December 2014. In addition to Peter’s journey, the movie also provides a history and background to the issue of assisted dying, including the passing and subsequent reversal of VAD in the Northern Territory, as well as the legislation that exists in other countries.

The screening is on Tuesday 12 September 6.30 pm at Mount Vic Flicks at 2a Harley Ave, MOUNT VICTORIA, NSW, 2786

Click here for tickets to the screening

This screening is being promoted by Richard Mills, the immediate past President of Dying with Dignity NSW.

See article in the Lithgow Mercury 30 August 2017 ‘Film screening at Mount Victoria on voluntary euthanasia | Video’

For more information about the film please click here