Things Will Be Different

Palace Cinemas Byron Bay

host: Things Will Be Different

where: Thursday 16th May, 7:00 pm Palace Byron Bay

108-110 Jonson St, Byron Bay

$24.00 AUD Admission + $2.00 booking fee = $26.00

*This screening has a Q&A session.

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the screening

Keep up to date with this screening of Things Will Be Different on our Facebook Event Page!

Did you know there is NOT A SINGLE PUBLIC HOUSING PROPERTY in the entire Byron Shire? For the region with the highest number of rough sleepers in NSW and over 10 years waiting list for social housing, this is an absolute travesty.
While empty investment properties and Airbnbs litter the landscape, our most vulnerable citizens sleep on the streets and in the dunes. This is a crime against humanity that our grassroots housing-first campaign is determined to change!


Join the Movement
Things Will Be Different
Documentary Screening + Public Housing Forum
16 May Thursday 7pm
Palace, Byron Bay
Book Your Tickets Today.


This eye-opening documentary explores the devastating impacts of losing one’s home due to the privatisation and demolition of public housing assets. It highlights the importance of public housing in our community.


After the screening, stick around for a forum discussing real solutions to the Byron Shire’s housing crisis.
Facilitated by Chels Hood Withey (House You) in conversation with Maddi Powell (Fletcher Street Cottage) • Elia Hauge (Byron Greens Council Candidate) • Vishnu Hazell (Architect/Save Public Housing Collective) • Genevieve Lee (One Roof Byron) • and YOU.
Learn how you can take action.


Join the public housing waitlist to demonstrate the true scale of need.
Sign the Green Bans petition to defend and extend public housing.
Get involved with House You and get everybody a home.
✨️For this event to go ahead, we need to hit the tipping point (35 tix sold) by MAY 6th ✨️ Book your tickets now
Thanks for your support.
Together, we can end homelessness and housing insecurity with Public Housing as solution. Your participation makes all the difference!


You may also check our campaign fundraiser


See you there.

the film

Things Will Be Different documents the impacts of forced relocation on two families living at the Walker Street Public Housing Estate, in Northcote, Melbourne. Will is a 50 year old housing activist, and Najat is a single migrant mother with 4 children under 12. The film follows the two families as Will attempts to support Najat to remain close to her community. Things Will Be Different shows the richness of the people, communities and support that can exist within public housing. It documents how life altering circumstances can be thrust upon anybody and how public housing is essential to ensure that people in difficult circumstances can access safe and meaningful lives.

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