The London Human Rights Watch Film Festival will run from March 18 to 24 both in person and digitally. It will open with Mediha and close with Summer Qamp,

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Mediha is a member of the Yazidi ethnic and religious minority. She’s also the survivor of an ISIS-orchestrated genocide in 2014. Through video diaries, Mediha provides an intimate account of her grief and trauma.
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Inshallah A Boy
A mother fights for her rights in a partriachal system after her husband's death.

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