SEKA Victoria screen the documentary ‘Journey into Cyprus – East to West’

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SEKA Victoria in collaboration with the Cyprus Community of Melbourne and Victoria presented the screening of the documentary film, Journey into Cyprus – East to West, on Sunday, April 28.

Aiming to capture a friendship defying the divide on the island, the film by Yalçın Adal and Stavros Tziortzis portrayed beautiful scenery alongside touching, personal moments for those in attendance to enjoy.

Following the screening, Adal and Tziortzis spoke about their experiences in Cyprus and answered questions from the audience about their journey.

In 2018, Adal and Tziortzis walked from one end of Cyprus to the other to promote the message that Cypriots can live together in peace.

Lambrini Lambrou Christopher was the emcee for the film screening and there were also prominent community members and leaders present including Kat Theophanous MP.

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