Festival calendar

The members of the Human Rights Film Network organise many events during the year. Here you can find a list of upcoming events.

21 February to 1 March 2020

(Valencia, Spain)

Humans Fest is a project by Fundación por la Justicia (Foundation for Justice).

24 February to 1 March 2020

(Oslo, Norway)

HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival is Oslo’s largest documentary film festival and a significant forum in the Norwegian capital’s cultural, academic and...

5 March to 8 March 2020

(Kathmandu, Nepal)

Human Rights Film Center is an organization which works on human rights through the film.

5 March to 14 March 2020

(Prague, Czech Republic)

One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival is the largest human rights film festival in the world.

6 March to 15 March 2020

(Geneva, Switzerland)

International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights brings together filmmakers, human rights defenders, policymakers, media and citizens around leading violations of human dignity - to promote and amplify strong voices and build public support for human rights.

19 March to 25 March 2020

(Guatemala-City, Guatemala)

The Muestra de Cine Internacional Memoria Verdad Justicia (International Film Festival of Memory Truth and Justice) was born in 2010 under bomb threats and boycott attempts in a country where human rights have always been of little value, a country which suffered a genocide of indigenous people...

20 March to 29 March 2020

(Kiev, Ukraine)

Docudays UA is the only international human rights documentary film festival in Ukraine. It is a part of the international Human Rights Film Network. It takes place every year in Kyiv in the last week of March.

20 March to 28 March 2020

(The Hague, Netherlands)

Movies that Matter screens and promotes films that draws our attention to human rights and situations in which these are at stake. The foundation's peak activity is the annual Movies that Matter Festival, taking place at the end of March in The Hague, International City of Peace and Justice.

1 April to 8 April 2020

(Lima , Peru)

Censurados Film Festival is an itinerant film festival dedicated to freedom of expression and human rights that takes place since 2014 with the aim to give voice to those films that have been censored as well as to movies that are focused on human rights.

3 April to 11 April 2020

(Fort Collins, United States)

The ACT Human Rights Film Festival in Fort Collins, Colorado, showcases the best in human rights cinema from around the world.

6 April to 12 April 2020

(Tiraspol, Moldova)

CHESNOK is the first human rights documentary film festival in Transnistria, founded in 2016. It’s a traveling festival, the program of which is shown in several cities of Transnistria and in the capital of Moldova – Chisinau.

14 April to 19 April 2020

(Tindouf, Algeria)

The annual Western Sahara International Film Festival (FiSahara) brings entertainment, culture and hope to the Western Sahara´s refugees, who have lived in exile for over three decades. The festival takes place every year in the Sahrawi refugee camps in Southwestern Algeria.

23 April to 30 April 2020

(San Sebastian, Spain)

The Festival of Human Rights Film is an initiative that is part of the San Sebastian, Space for the Culture of Peace project.

1 June to 9 June 2020

(Seoul, South Korea)

Seoul Human Right Film Festival, first established in 1996, is a non-profit human rights organization that communicates and cooperates with others by showing human rights films. Everyone has the right to see human rights films. Every human rights film has the right to be screened everywhere.

19 September to 27 September 2020

(Quezon City, Philippines)

A society that respects, upholds and values the dignity, rights and freedom of its people is the vision that Active Vista underpins.

23 September to 1 October 2020

(Bergen, Norway)

BIFF is the largest film festival in Norway, both in admissions and number of films presented, with more than 61.000 admissions in 2019.

5 November to 11 November 2020

(Dresden, Germany)

MOVE IT! is a small film festival located in Dresden, Germany. It is focused on human rights themes with a special emphasis on women's and children's rights, due to the thematic focus of it’s organising NGO, Akifra e.V. Founded in 2004, MOVE IT!

17 June to 20 June 2021

(Paris, France)

The Paris Human Rights International Film Festival was created on the understanding of two basic premises.