Film Screening with Q&A: The Grey Line (PG)

Join us for this special film screening of The Grey Line followed by a Q&A with subject Helen Dwyer and director Scott Quayle.

This film is rated PG

This program will be held in the Event Room, Ruth Faulkner Library

Watch the enticing film The Grey Line that captures Helen Dwyer's story followed by a Q&A with Helen and director Scott Quayle. Taken from her Aboriginal family as a child and raised by a foster family in Perth this documentary delves into Helen's struggle with identity and acceptance.

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Helen has never felt like she truly belonged. Not white, not black, she walks a very lonely grey line. This is her story of hurt, a longing to find her true self and to finally be accepted for who she is.

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following program may contain images and voices of deceased persons.

Sensitive Topics Disclaimer:

This event may include discussion and images related to sensitive topics such as death, slavery, and other distressing subjects. Please be aware that this event may include images, voices, and names of people who have passed away. Viewer discretion is advised, and please be mindful of your own emotional well-being while attending this event.


Please note:

  • Do not attend if unwell
  • If you can not make it to the event, we strongly encourage you to cancel your ticket to ensure your spot is allocated to someone on our waitlist
  • To enable a safe, enjoyable experience at our library events children aged 11 and under must be supervised at all times by a parent, guardian or carer
Events Room, Ruth Faulkner Library, 213 Wright Street, Cloverdale WA 6105
29 May 2024
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
City of Belmont event