Organizer:

Helsińska Fundacja Praw Człowieka

Co-organizers:

Centre for Contemporary Art Dom Kultury Sródmiescie Luna Cinema Spoleczny Instytut Filmowy

Sponsors:

Open Society Institute
Open Society Institut

MAArt

Ambasada Brytyjska

Ambasada Francji

Ambasada Kanady

Ambasada Królestwa Niderlandów
Royal Netherlands Embassy

Barco logo

Seb logo

Winkowski

DHL

Media patrons:

TVP 1

PLANETE

KINO

Tygodnik Powszechny

Gazeta Wyborcza

Radio BIS

Stopklatka

POLIS

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Program


LUNA Cinema, Marszałkowska str. 28

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Friday, 9th December


18:30
Opening ceremony - presentation of HFHR award to Maciej Drygas for achievements in showing human rights in film; A Day in the People’s Republic of Poland
Poland, 2005, 57', dir. Maciej Drygas
Thursday, September 27, 1962, in the People’s Republic of Poland -->

Saturday, 10th December


18:30
A Decent Factory
Finland/France , 2004, 79', dir. Thomas Balmès
Nokia business control staff in a factory supplier’s plant -->

Sunday, 11th December


18:30
Belzec
France, 2005, 100', dir. Guillaume Moscovitz
The Nazi German death camp -->

Monday, 12th December


18:30
Coca, The Dove from Chechnya; meeting with Magomed Magomedov from Mothers of Chechnia organization
Switzerland, 2005, 86', dir. Eric Bergkraut
Zainap Gashajeva documents human rights violations in Chechnya -->

Tuesday, 13th December


18:30
The Liberace of Baghdad
UK, 2004, 70', dir. Sean McAllister
A famous Iraqi pianist in post-war Baghdad-->

Wednesday, 14th December


18:30
A life of An Agent
Hungary, 2004, 82', dir. Gábor Zsigmond Peapp
Instruction films for secret services from Hungary’s Interior Ministry, 1958-1988-->

Thursday, 15th December


18:30
Lost Children
Germany, 2005, 97', dir. Ali Samadi Ahadi, Oliver Stoltz
Runaway children from Kony’s Ugandan army-->

Friday, 16th December


18:30
The Peacekeepers
Canada/France, 2005, 84', dir. Paul Cowan
The chances of the UN peacekeeping operation in the Democratic Republic of Congo-->

Saturday, 17th December


18:30
Sisters in Law
UK, 2005, 104', dir. Kim Longinotto, Florence Ayisi
Two women – a judge and a prosecutor – in a Cameroon courthouse