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This international film festival turns 21 in 2017. It brings together documentary and fiction films with the intention of galvanising those who watch them to join those taking action against injustices many face every day.
This year, the London edition of the festival will run from March 6 to 17, with films also being screened on MUBI.
The festival will open with Oscar-nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro.
View previous years coverage of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival festival:
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A young woman represents Pakistan on the national squash team, despite the Taliban's threats.
Examining the human rights pros and cons of the internet in terms of citizen journalism and global surveillance.
Charting Bassem Youssef’s rise as Egypt’s foremost on-screen satirist.
Essay film based on James Baldwin's writing about the story of race in modern America.
In a small Bulgarian village troubled by the ongoing refugee crisis, a local postman runs for mayor — and learns that even minor deeds can outweigh good intentions.
A comprehensive examination of the settlement movement in the West Bank.
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Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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