Screening of “Call Me Dad”

This is a must see documentary about domestic abuse and the power to change.

“This compelling film puts an uncompromising spotlight on the voices that are rarely heard – the male perpetrators of family and domestic violence. A documentary from Australia that tracks the Men’s Behaviour Change Program as they attempt to take responsibility for their violence, change themselves – and perhaps heal fragile bonds with their loved ones. Through it, the audience is taken on a high stakes, extraordinary journey as the men reach for the simple and immeasurable privilege of being a ‘Dad’.”

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Watch the Trailer here


This event starts at noon, and we will start the film at approximately 12:15pm to give people time to settle in and for a brief introduction. Feel free to bring a light lunch and refreshment of your choice. The film is 80 mins in length, and following the presentation those interested can stay for a discussion about the documentary. It’s a great piece and I’m sure there will be lots to talk about afterwards!

Saturday September 23, 2017

12pm to 3pm (Film presentation at 12:15pm)

Douglas College Coquitlam 1250 Pinetree Way

David Lam Campus

Lecture Hall A1470 (Building A, entrance facing Pinetree Way)

Parking is available at the college.

Skytrain station is Douglas College/Lafarge Lake.

Trigger warning: The film alludes to actions and behaviours that are graphic and may be distressing to some viewers.


Tickets are $12 each (+ fees) and please bring your invoice to the screening as proof of purchase. Ticket sales are only available online. This event isn’t appropriate for kids, so please make sure you make arrangements if needed. Tickets are transferable but non-refundable. Only a limited amount of tickets are available (due to licensing restrictions), so purchase your tickets today!

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