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


KINO.LAB (Ujazdowski Castle), Aleje Ujazdowskie 6
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Saturday, 10th December


12:00
Ukrainian Choice
Ukraine, 2005, 55', dir. Rusłan Gonczarow
Ukrainian society divided into two camps – supporters of Yushchenko and supporters of Yanukovych

13:15
Tibet – History of A Tragedy
France, 1995, 56', dir. Ludovic Segarra
Tibet under Chinese occupation

14:30
Mighty Times: The Children’s March
USA, 2004, 40', dir. Bobby Houston, Robert Hudson
Child and student protests against racial segregation in the USA in 1963

15:30
Irreversible Fate - Larysa Bogoraz
Russia, 1998, 39', dir. Sergiej Niekipielow
Larisa Bogoraz, a legend of the human rights movement in the USSR and Russia

16:30
Earth Promised Sky
France, 2003, 52', dir. Sabina Subasic
Searching for the missing after the Bosnian war

17:30
Lora – Testimonies
Croatia , 2004, 65', dir. Nenad Puhovski
Former inmates of the military prison in Split speak out

19:00
The 10th District Court
France, 2004, 105', dir. Raymond Depardon
12 defendants in minor cases before a Parisian court

21:00
BROOKLYN CONNECTION
The Netherlands, 2005, 52', dir. Klaartje Quirijns
Arms trafficking – the Albanian liaison in New York

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Sunday, 11th December


12:00
Sisters in Law
UK, 2005, 104', dir. Kim Longinotto, Florence Ayisi
Two women – a judge and a prosecutor – in a Cameroon courthouse

14:00
State of Weighlessness
Poland, 1994, 57', dir. Maciej Drygas
Russian cosmonauts after the break-up of the Soviet Union

15:15
Aftermath
Russia, 2005, 35', dir. Marianna Jarovskaya
Veterans of the Russian wars in Afghanistan and Chechnya

16:00
Borderline – The Peaple vs. Eunice Baker
USA, 2004, 80', dir. Sławomir Grunberg
The mentally disabled Eunice Baker before the American court

17:30
A Country A Time A Man
Turkey, 2004, 42', dir. Huseyin Karabey
A missing Kurdish trade union activist

19:15
Citizen King
USA, 2004, 110', dir. Orlando Bagwell, W. Noland Walker
The five last years of the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.

21:30
Sentenced to Marriage
Israel, 2004, 65', dir. Anat Zuria
Women in Israel fighting for the right to divorce

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Monday, 12th December


13:00
Dwarfs Go to Ukraine
Poland, 2005, 55', dir. Mirosław Dembiński
Major Fydrych’s dwarfs support the Orange Revolution

14:15
El Perro Negro – Stories from the Spanish Civil War
The Netherlands, 2005, 84', dir. Péter Forgács
Amateur film footage from the Spanish Civil War

16:00
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

17:15
Andrzej Wajda School Presents: Young Docs 2003-2005, part I
Poland, 0, 80', dir. wielu autorów/many authors

19:00
Rwanda: History of A Genocide
France, 2004, 100', dir. Raphael Glucksman, Pierre Mezerette, David Hazan
The Rwandan genocide in 1994

21:00
Reaction; meeting with Robert Amsterdam, Michail Chodorkowski attorney at law
Russia, 2005, 42', dir. Władimir Gierczikow

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Tuesday, 13th December


14:00
State of Weighlessness
Poland, 1994, 57', dir. Maciej Drygas
Russian cosmonauts after the break-up of the Soviet Union

15:15
We All Are Made of Coal
Poland, 2004, 45', dir. Tomasz Wiszniewski
An amateur filmmaker films his friends working in “poor mans mine shafts”

16:15
Chemistry Byelorussian Style
Russia, 2005, 47', dir. Wiktor Fanajłow
Freedom of speech violations in Belarus

17:15
Andrzej Wajda School Presents: Young Docs 2003-2005, part II
Poland, 0, 90', dir. wielu autorów/many authors

19:00
Triumph of Evil
The Netherlands, 2002, 90', dir. Mirko Klarin
case of Radoslav Krstic before the Hague Tribunal

21:00
The Women of Mount Ararat
France, 2004, 52', dir. Erwann Briand
A Kurdish female guerilla battalion

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Wednesday, 14th December


12:15
Children of Beslan
UK, 2005, 60', dir. Ewa Ewart, Leslie Woodhead
Accounts of children who survived the Beslan school raid

13:30
Hear My Cry
Poland, 1991, 46', dir. Maciej Drygas
Ryszard Siwiec set himself ablaze in protest of the intervention in Czechoslovakia in 1968

14:30
Nobel Peace Prize: Shirin Ebadi, a Simple Lawyer
France, 2005, 48', dir. Bani Khoshnoudi
Shirin Ebadi, Iranian human rights activist

15:30
The Peacekeepers
Canada/France, 2005, 84', dir. Paul Cowan
The chances of the UN peacekeeping operation in the Democratic Republic of Congo

17:15
Andrzej Wajda School Presents: Young Docs 2003-2005, part III
Poland, 0, 90', dir. wielu autorów/many authors

19:00
Liberia: An Uncivil War
USA, 2004, 102', dir. Jonathan Stack, James Brabazon
The Liberian civil war seen from both sides of the conflict

21:00
Grissinopoli – Bread Stickville
Argentina , 2004, 80', dir. Dario Doria
Workers attempt to revive a bankrupt factory in Buenos Aires

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Thursday, 15th December


13:00
The Accused
Poland, 2004, 23', dir. Piotr Morawski, Joanna Sławińska
Leszek and Przemek were sent to prison as a result of a judicial mistake

13:45
Bykov – Nostalgia
Belarus, 2005, 75', dir. Wiktor Daszuk
Vasil Bykov –Byelorussian author and dissident

15:15
Belarussian Decameron
Belarus, 2003, 90', dir. Wiktor Daszuk
Four novellas – Belarus shown through the stories of women

17:00
4 Short Stories on Iraq
UK/Iran , 2004, 48', dir. Maziar Bahari
Iraq before and after Saddam Hussein

18:00
Radovan Karadzic – Most Wanted?
Germany, 2004, 45', dir. Marc Wiese
How is Radovan Karadžić able to hide from the Hague Tribunal?

19:00
Dwarfs Go to Ukraine
Poland, 2005, 55', dir. Mirosław Dembiński
Major Fydrych’s dwarfs support the Orange Revolution

21:00
El Perro Negro – Stories from the Spanish Civil War
The Netherlands, 2005, 84', dir. Péter Forgács
Amateur film footage from the Spanish Civil War

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Friday, 16th December


12:30
Lora – Testimonies
Croatia , 2004, 65', dir. Nenad Puhovski
Former inmates of the military prison in Split speak out

14:00
Belarussian Decameron
Belarus, 2003, 90', dir. Wiktor Daszuk
Four novellas – Belarus shown through the stories of women

15:45
Bykov – Nostalgia
Belarus, 2005, 75', dir. Wiktor Daszuk
Vasil Bykov –Byelorussian author and dissident

17:00
Bykow - Nostalgia; meeting with Volha Dashuk
Belarus, 2005, 75', dir. Wiktor Daszuk

18:15

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19:00
Hear My Cry
Poland, 1991, 46', dir. Maciej Drygas
Ryszard Siwiec set himself ablaze in protest of the intervention in Czechoslovakia in 1968

21:00
Armenian Genocide
France, 2005, 52', dir. Laurence Jourdan
The Armenian massacre during World War I

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Saturday, 17th December


12:00
4 Short Stories on Iraq
UK/Iran , 2004, 48', dir. Maziar Bahari
Iraq before and after Saddam Hussein

14:30
Humanitarian Action and Cinema, ICRC Films in the 1920s
Switzerland, 1921, 127', dir. wielu autorów / many authors
The oldest films about humanitarian action, restored in 2005

13:00
The Liberace of Baghdad
UK, 2004, 70', dir. Sean McAllister
A famous Iraqi pianist in post-war Baghdad

14:30
Humanitarian Action and Cinema, ICRC Films in the 1920s - part I
Switzerland, 1921, 127', dir. wielu autorów/many authors

16:00
Humanitarian Action and Cinema, ICRC Films in the 1920s - part II
Switzerland, 1921, 127', dir. autorów/many authors

17:30
MKCK - Panorama '04 13'; discussion "The war in the media": Francois Stamm, ICRC, Nick Danziger, photo journalist, Jacek Kaczmarek, Polskie Radio and Marcin Firlej, TVN 24
Switzerland, 1921, 127', dir. wielu autorów / many authors

19:15
Coca, The Dove from Chechnya
Switzerland, 2005, 86', dir. Eric Bergkraut
Zainap Gashajeva documents human rights violations in Chechnya

21:00

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