The Human Rights Film Network is delighted to welcome three new members to the network. During the annual network meeting, which took place in November 2019 in Amsterdam, human rights film festivals from Germany, the Philippines and Norway were officially accepted to the network.
The French translation of the handbook about organising a human rights film festival is now available!
The Human Rights Film Network, a partnership of 40 human rights film festivals around the world, would like to raise our concerns about the health and treatment of our friend and colleague, Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi, filmmaker and the founder of the Myanmar Human Rights Human Dignity Film Festival, who
One World hereby presents a handbook focused on the impact of documentary film festivals.
The Human Rights Film Network is very pleased to welcome five new members to the network. This week, during the annual network meeting in Amsterdam, human rights film festivals from Montenegro, Moldova, Albania, Hong Kong and the United States were cordially included in our 'festival family'.
One of the objectives of the Human Rights Film Network (HRFN) is to promote a conducive international environment for human rights film makers, in particular those at risk for their life or repressed by censorship.
On 7 December 2017 the Karama Human Rights Film Festival in Jordan launches the Arabic translation of a handbook on setting up a human rights film festival.
A Spanish handbook for organisers of socially engaged film festivals is now launched. The 276-page guide entitled"Cómo organizar un festival de cine con compromiso social" is full of examples and practical suggestions related to organising environmental and human rights film events.