The Hobsons Bay Refugee Network has set in train its final film fundraiser for the year.

The HBRN will next week screen a remake of the classic film Murder On The Orient Express, directed by and starring Sir Kenneth Branagh.

Set in the 1930s, the film features an all-star cast including Judi Dench, Michelle Pfeiffer, Derek Jacobi, Penelope Cruz and Johnny Depp.

When the train is stranded after an avalanche and a passenger is murdered, everyone becomes a suspect.

HBRN supports refugees in the west, providing support in finding accommodation, emergency food deliveries, families needing access to services and educational support for students in primary and high school.

HBRN recently made a donation to lawyers in Papua New Guinea acting on behalf of the asylum seekers facing the closure of their detention centre on Manus Island.

Half of all proceeds from this fundraiser will go to West Welcome Wagon to help them continue their community work.

The screening will be held at The Sun Theatre, Ballarat Street, Yarraville, on Friday, November 10 with a 6.15pm arrival for 6.45pm screening.

Audience members are invited to dress in period costume to enhance the mood of the evening.

Tickets: $25 via