The submission of feature films and short films for the 18th Human Rights Film Festival (April 23-30) is open from today, November 11th, and until January 11th.
In view of the situation generated by Covid-19, the San Sebastian City Council's Human Rights Department and Donostia Kultura have decided to cancel the 18th edition of the Human Rights Film Festival on the scheduled dates of April 23-30. This includes the morning screenings for schoolchildren.
The San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival now has its own channel on Filmin, Spain's biggest platform for movies and series.
Terra Willy (2019), Asto Erregea (2018) and Vitoria, 3 de marzo (2019) are the films that will be screened this year for schools at the morning sessions during the 18th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival. The inscription is open.
The submission of feature films and short films for the 18th Human Rights Film Festival (April 23-30) is open from today, November 5th, and until January 6th.
The filmmaker Annemarie Jacir will receive this year the Award of the 17th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival. The prize ceremony will be at the Victoria Eugenia Theater on Friday 12 at 20:00, at the Closing Night of the Festival.
The film ¡Nae pasaran! (Scotland-Chile, 2018), directed by Felipe Bustos Sierra, has been awarded with the Audience Prize to the Best Feature Film at the 17th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival, that ends tonight.
The 17th Human Rights Film Festival organize the exhibition 15th 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 5th anf 14th.
Virtual reality arrives to the Human Rights Film Festival with fourteen short films. They could be seen between April 5th and 7th at the Festival's Information Office, at the Victoria Eugenia Theater (plaza Okendo). Time table: 11:00 - 14:00 / 16:00 - 20:00.