The film Fly So Far (Sweden-El Salvador, 2021), directed by Celina Escher, has been awarded with the Audience Prize to the Best Feature Film at the 19th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival, that ends tonight.
The E. F. A. Abidin Kaid Saleh – Western Sahara Film School will receive this year the 19th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival Award. The prize ceremony will be at the Victoria Eugenia Theater on Friday 8 at 20:00, at the Closing Night of the Festival.
Afrotopia is a collective exhibition featuring a selection of works produced by 35 young Africans during the Acerca (AECID) workshops designed and taught by Héctor Mediavilla in Dakar (Senegal), Niamey (Niger) and Bamako (Mali) in November 2017.
The exhibition En el ombligo – Diarios de guerra y paz en Colombia, included at the 19th Human Rights Film Festival, will be open at Fnac Donostia between April 1st and May 31st.
An exhibition of drawings and murals by boys, girls and young people between the ages of 6 and 18 for the 18th edition of Art and Human Rights by Children and Youths, organised by San Sebastian City Council's Human Rights Department.
The female Afghan activist and basketball player Nilofar Bayat, that features on the poster for the 19th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival, to take place from 1-8 April 2022 at the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, has visited this morning San Sebastian.
Eskura, the Human Rights Educational Resources Centre, founded by Donostia / San Sebastian City Council, the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa and the Basque Government, has the mission to achieve informed societies where we all have the opportunity to understand and exercise our rights, and to know when they are being infringed. The main aim is to provide us with tools that enable us to make conscientious decisions in the future with a view to fostering peaceful coexistence.
The film The Man Who Sold His Skin (2020), directed by the Tunisian moviemaker Kaouther Ben Hania, will open, in the Victoria Eugenia Theatre on 1 April, the 19th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival, organised by the City Council's Human Rights Department and Donostia Kultura.
Zutik! (2021), Tximinoen izarra (2021) and Maixabel (2021) are the films that the 19th San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival is going to offer to the schools. The first two films will be seen online at classrooms and Maixabel will be screened at the Victoria Eugenia theater. The inscription is open.