Melding archival footage with drama, Matthew Sleeth’s independent film Guilty aims to document the final 72 hours of Bali Nine drug trafficker Myuran Sukumaran, who was executed by Indonesian firing squad in April 2015.

Sleeth, an artist, ran workshops with the Australian in Kerobokan prison alongside acclaimed artist Ben Quilty, and the film was made with the Sukumaran family’s involvement. Adam McConvell plays Sukumaran in reconstructions, and is joined by Sukumaran’s spiritual adviser, Pastor Christie Buckingham, who plays herself.

The film is screening as part of the Human Rights Arts & Film festival, which opens in Melbourne on 3 May before travelling to Tasmania and Canberra. An abridged version of the film is available to watch on iView

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