PRAGUE: The international human rights doc fest One World, running 5 – 14 March 2018 in Prague, will screen 12 films in its main competition programme.
The films in the international competition look at social issues, adolescence, finding one’s place in the world, coming to terms with death and struggling with one’s own identity. The Netherlands has a strong presence, with three films in the competition section, and Northern Europe is especially well-represented overall, with more than half of the competition titles.
A Year of Hope (Denmark, Netherlands, Philippines)Directed by Mikala Krogh
Alicia (Netherlands)Directed by Maasja Ooms
Destierros (Canada)Directed by Hubert Caron-Guay
I Know You Are There (Belgium, Netherlands)Directed by Thom Vander Beken
Lady of the Harbour (Netherlands, China)Directed by Sean Wang
Of Fathers and Sons (Germany, Lebanon, Qatar, Syria)Directed by Talal Derki
Over the Limit (Finland, Germany, Poland)Directed by Marta PrusCoproduced by Chimney Poland and TVPSupported by the Polish Film Institute
Primas (Canada, Argentina)Directed by Laura Bari
The Deminer (Sweden)Directed by Hogir Hirori, Shinwar Kamal
The Departure (USA)Directed by Lana Wilson
The Distant Barking of Dogs (Denmark, Finland, Sweden)Directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont
The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid (Ireland)Directed by Feargal Ward