Film by refugee sheds light on Australian prison camps

One of the films at this year's Sydney Film Festival is a documentary about refugees sent to the remote Manus Island prison camp in Papua New Guinea by Australia's government. The twist is that the film was made by one of those refugees.

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    One of the films at this year's Sydney Film Festival is a documentary about refugees sent to the remote Manus Island prison camp in Papua New Guinea by Australia's government. The twist is that the film was made by one of those refugees.

    Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney


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