Has your documentary had a positive social or environmental impact? The Impact Award is an annual prize honouring the best in documentary filmmaking for social change.
With the European Parliament Elections ahead, Doc Next Network is calling on media makers, social activists and critical thinkers to share your views on ‘Europe’, in the form of audiovisual media works.
“Work” is the main theme of the 16th annual of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, which will be held from 3rd to 12th March in Prague and then in 33 other cities in the Czech Republic.One World is trying to draw attention to the fact that after several years of an
The 9th Summer School in Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy will run at the Huston School of Film & Digital Media in Galway, Ireland, from 26th June to 5th July 2014.This Summer School programme has for the last 8 years attracted young talented filmmakers and professionals from across the worl
The Human Rights Film Network is pleased to announce that four film festivals from different parts of the world have been welcomed as new members to the network.This was decided during the annual meeting in Amsterdam at the end of November.
The Human Rights Film Network is pleased to announce that it has provided two Festival Cooperation Grants, to strengthen joint programs of member festivals.One grant will be provided to the project One World Echoes at this human world 2013.
Karama Human Rights Film Festival, organized by Ma3mal 612 Think Factory, presents its 4th edition. From 5-10 December 2013 the festival is held in Amman, Jordan.
Are you planning to organise a human rights film festival or film screening event in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe or the Middle East? Are you looking for funding? Apply!
The call for entries to the 13th edition of the IFF WATCH DOCS Human Rights in Film is still open.
In 2013, several new film festivals dedicated to the promotion and support of human rights films are staged. Through its Support Programme, the Movies that Matter Foundation supported some of these, including festivals in Burma and in the occupied Palestinian territories.