The filmmakera Montxo Armendáriz and Puy Oria will receive this year the Award of the 18th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival. The prize ceremony will be at the Victoria Eugenia Theater today Friday 30 at 18:00, at the Closing Night of the Festival.
The film Welcome to Chechnya (USA, 2020), directed by David France, has been awarded with the Audience Prize to the Best Feature Film at the 18th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival, that ends tonight.
The 18th Human Rights Film Festival organize the exhibition 17th edition of art and human rights by children and youths, that will be open at the Festival's Information Office (Victoria Eugenia Theater) between April 23rd and 30th.
The exhibition AridA – Photographs by Bea Rivas, included at the 18th Human Rights Film Festival, will be open at FNAC Donostia between April 20th and May 31st.
The 3rd Fair organised by Eskura - Aiete Human Rights Educational Resource Centre, focusses this time round on the environment and human rights. The Fair is included at the 18th Human Rights Film Festival programme.
The Amnesty International exhibition Women in Action, included at the 18th Human Rights Film Festival, will be open at the Central Library (Alderdi Eder) between April 15th-30th. The exhibition explains the stories of brave women who risk their freedom and their lives to defend her rights.
The exhibition Jane Goodall – Researcher and peace activist, included at the 18th Human Rights Film Festival, will be open at Aite C. C.between April 16th and June 13th.
The film Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness (2019), directed by Massoud Bakhshi, will open the 18th San Sebastian Human Rights Festival, organised by the City Council's Human Rights Department and Donostia Kultura, on April 23 at the Victoria Eugenia Theatre.
The film Petit pays (2019), directed by Éric Barbier, will close the festival on April 30th, in a night where the director Montxo Armendáriz and the producer Puy Oria will receive the Human Rights Film Festival Award.
Terra Willy (2019), Asto Erregea (2018) and Vitoria, 3 de marzo (2019) are the films that the 18th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival is going to offer to the schools. This year, due to the situation created by COVID-19, the films will be seen online at classrooms. The inscription is open.
The registration to be part of the 18th Human Rights Film Festival (April 23-30) Youth Jury is open. Until March 31, all the young people between 18 and 30 years interested can find the rules and make the inscription through the Festival web: www.cineyderechoshumanos.eus.