Thanks to the intransigent and bully-boy tactics of the Chinese government, the little film The 10 Conditions of Love, which might have otherwise flown under the radar, has received exposure that money cannot buy. Originally programmed with a single screening, Chinese protests raised its profile and it was given a second screening at Greater Union 6 on Saturday 8 August, 4:45PM, which promptly sold out. GU6 is the largest MIFF venue and has a capacity of about 763. Now MIFF has announced the film is being moved to a larger venue to accommodate the demand for the film. It's now screening same time at the Melbourne Town Hall (the capacity, I don't know).
Also, in today's Age, Uighur leader to launch film in spirit of peace.