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This international film festival aims to showcase the stories of activists and survivors from across the globe.
Currently in its 18th year, 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's London arm of the festival runs from March 18 to 28 at cinemas including the Curzon Soho, Curzon Mayfair, Barbican and Ritzy Brixton. It will open with Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements Of Belarus and close with Return To Homs.
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Documentary showing how Hamid and Tarek leave their lives as students in Canada and travel to Libya, their homeland, to join the fight to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi.
An exploration of genocide and attempts to criminalise it internationally.
After 10 years in Scotland, Sara Ishaq travels back to her childhood home of Yemen and takes her camera along.
Life becomes desperate for a scrap merchant when his pregnant wife needs medical help they can't afford.
Documentary about rebel fighters in the besieged Syrian city.
Behind the scenes with the Belarus Free Theatre, an acclaimed troupe of imaginative and subversive performers who, in a country choked by censorship and repression, defy Europe's last remaining dictatorship.
An Australian tourist finds a trip to Bosnia changes her life forever.
Examination of the revolution in Egypt, from the perspective of a group of activists.
A youngster from Kurdistan tracks his sister across Europe after she flees before her wedding.
Hidden in plain sight Joanna Coates on Hide And Seek.
Inside Jeunet's box of tricks From boyhood puppets to 3D.
Egoyan on the sombre side Director finds inspiration close to home.
Why Nicole would always choose love Cannes opening star on her highs and lows.
Lone wolf John Jarrett on murder, mayhem and Wolf Creek 2.
A red carpet night for The Unknown Known Errol Morris and the stars come out for Donald Rumsfeld documentary.
The making of a Minister Bertrand Tavernier on Quai D'Orsay.
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