Hard To Believe Screening at NSW Parliament in Sydney, Australia

Academics and professionals from medical and legal fields attended a pre-release private screening of Hard to Believe at the NSW Parliament in Sydney, Australia on October 28.

The screening supported by the Australia Lawyers for Human Rights was followed by a Q&A session facilitated by NSW Greens MP, David Shoebridge.The Q&A addressed 'Forced organ harvesting in China: what is Australia's ethical responsibility and why does it matter?"

Three experts provided commentary in the Q&A session including China analyst and human rights investigator Ethan Gutmann who attended via a video link, renown transplant ethicist Professor Katrina Bramstedt from Bond University and Professor Maria Fiatarone Singh, MD,a member of the Medical Advisory Board of the International Group, Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting – both whom attended in person.

The screening of Hard To Believe at the NSW Parliament. (Image: Susie Hughes)

The screening of Hard To Believe at the NSW Parliament. (Image: Susie Hughes)

Professor Katrina attended the post-screening Q&A session. (Image: Susie Hughes)

Professor Katrina attended the post-screening Q&A session. (Image: Susie Hughes)

'Hard To Believe' will be publicly released in Australia in 2016.