Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2020
At this time when the world feels most intensely the interconnectedness of humanity, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival presents nine essential films about urgent human rights issues we can all relate to. Now more than ever, human rights are global. What impacts one society, what impacts one family, affects all of us.
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival makes effort to celebrate diversity of content and perspective in the films we select and post-screening conversations we host. From filmmakers to film subjects to panelists, we strive to prioritise space for identities, viewpoints, forms of expertise and experiences either silenced or marginalised in the film industry, news and media. Don't miss a Q&A for each film in the lineup.
Co-presented by Curzon, Barbican and Regent Street Cinema. Available 22 May – 5 June. Live Q&As with each film.