FreedomFilmFest (FFF) is Malaysia's only international human rights documentary film festival. Established in 2003, the festival provides a platform for stories that are unseen, unheard, and untold from Malaysia, Southeast Asia, and across the globe. The annual festival brings together activists, filmmakers, and members of the public to exchange experiences around thematic human rights topics through the use of film screenings, workshops, and freedom talks.
The Human Screen Festival is an international film festival dedicated to human rights, held annually in Tunisia.
The Under our Skin International Film Festival on Human Rights & Culture is an annual event based in Kenya, serving as a platform that embraces the transformative potential of cross-community dialogues. Our commitment lies in cultivating spaces for individuals to engage in meaningful conversations. The festival revolves around three core themes:
#1: EXPRESSION AS A RIGHT
Since 2013, the International Film Festival for Human Rights -Colombia, offers audiovisual programming and a cultural and training agenda that contributes to spaces for dialogue around life, reconciliation, the promotion and defense of human rights and the construction of ideas for peace.