Two of the 10th Human Rights Film Festival photographic exhibitions are now open


Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Two of the photographic exhibitions running at the 10th Human Rights Film Festival, to take place from April 20-27, are now open. The exhibitions Schools from other worlds, by Kim Manresa, has been on at the Aiete Culture Centre since January, and Gervasio Sánchez’s Missing started running yesterday at the Okendo Culture Centre. Both are currently open for viewing.

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“Rebellion”, by Mathieu Kassovitz, to open the 10th Human Rights Film Festival on April 20

L'ordre et la morale

Thursday, 22 March 2012

The Spanish premiere of the French film Rebellion (2011), by the actor and director Mathieu Kassovitz, will open the 10th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival at the Victoria Eugenia Theatre on Friday, April 20.

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Isaki Lacuesta and Juan Aizpitarte, leading figures at the workshop “Filming the invisible. Cinema, art and freedom of expression”

The Gray Wall

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

As part of its priority actions to prompt actions condemning the repression and persecution of Iranian filmmakers, Amnesty International joins hands with the Human Rights Film Festival, in collaboration with the event venue, San Telmo Museum, to organise the workshop: Filming the invisible. Cinema, art and freedom of expression. For three days (April 24-26), as one of the activities organised for the Festival's 10th year, the workshop will address the issue of the human right to freedom of expression through art.

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