“America’s last roller rinks are threatened with closure, a community battles in a racially charged environment to save a subculture that has remained undiscovered by the mainstream, yet has been an incubator to some of the world’s greatest musical talent.” (https://www.unitedskatesfilm.com/)
United Skates FREE Movie Screening
Hobart Social Skates and Convict City Rollers are excited to be holding FREE community screenings of the “United Skates” documentary.
Thank you to Tiffany Fisher-Love from the United Skates team for assisting us to bring the film to nipaluna/Hobart.
Date: September 5th 2020
Place: Mathers House, Mathers Lane, nipaluna/Hobart
Time: 4pm and 7pm screenings (if further interest we may offer a 3rd screening earlier in the day) – limited numbers due to venue and Covid-19 restrictions.
► Bookings are essential! Please book your seats here
Fundraising Raffle Details
In addition to the free screening we are holding an awesome raffle!! Thank you to our generous sponsors. This raffle is open to most states (Victoria and WA – please message us prior to purchase) and will help us raise funds to pay for the costs of running the event (HBO screening fee, movie venue hire), with any additional funds going to support rollerskating in lutruwita/Tasmania via the Convict City Rollers and Hobart Social Skates. We all know how awesome rollerskating is for our health and well being so in addition we will be donating part proceeds to Black Rainbow, a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy (LGBQTI+SB) organisation in the pursuit of positive health and well being for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lesbian LGBQTI+SB.
Thank you for your support!
Tickets are priced at $5 each, 2 tickets for $10, 4 tickets for $20, 5 tickets for $25
► You can purchase raffle tickets here