PRAGUE: Twelve titles will vie in the international competition of the 2019 One World International Human Rights Film Festival, taking place from 6 to 17 March 2019 in Prague and afterwards in 35 other Czech towns and Brussels.
Other sections are: competition sections Right to Know (highlighting human rights violations) and Czech Competition (with a record number of seven world premieres), and also One World Interactive (with eight VR projects), Journeys to Freedom, UnEarthed, One Zero, Long Live Life, Panorama, Retrospective: Matthew Heineman, Short and Accurate and Docs for Kids. Heroes and heroines of films in the category ??? want to become part of the society, but are rejected. Categorie !!! conveys stories of celebrities and communities which defend their identity.
All in all, the festival will screen 117 documentaries from 51 countries in 14 thematic categories.
The logo of this edition is Safe Proximity.
Cold Case Hammarskjöld (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Belgium)Directed by Mads Brügger
Evelyn (UK)Directed by Orlando von Einsiedel
Flavours of Iraq / Le Parfum d'Irak (France)Directed by Leonard Cohen
Gods of Molenbeek / Aatos ja Amine (Finland)Directed by Reetta Huhtanen
Heart of Stone / Coeur de Pierre (France)Directed by Claire Billet, Olivier Jobard
Hugo Blanco, Deep River / Hugo Blanco, Río Profundo (Austria, Peru)Directed by Malena Martínez Cabrera
China’s Forgotten Daughters (Hong Kong, China)Directed by Meng Han, Hai DU
Junha’s Planet (South Korea)Directed by Hyungsook Hong Love and Empty Words / Milosc i puste slowa (Poland)Directed by Małgorzata Imielska
Reconstructing Utøya (Sweden, Norway, Denmark)Directed by Carl Javér
Sakawa (Belgium, the Netherlands)Directed by Ben Asamoah
The Magic Life of V / Veeran elämä (Finland, Bulgaria, Denmark)Directed by Tonislav Hristov
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