San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival on Filmin

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For the last couple of years, the San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival has had its own channel on Filmin, recently updated for its approaching 19th edition, to run from 1-8 April.

This channel also includes films screened at previous editions of the Festival: Small Country (Éric Barbier, 2020), Coming Home (Zhang Yimou, 2014), By the Grace of God (François Ozon, 2018), and Suk Suk (Ray Yeung, 2019). Viewers will also find films directed by moviemakers to have received a lifetime achievement award from the festival: Salt of this Sea (Annemarie Jacir, 2008), Nostalgia de la luz (Patricio Guzmán, 2010), Love Is All (Kim Longinotto, 2014) and The Workshop (Laurent Cantet, 2017).

Also available are sections dedicated to Basque productions: Ander (Roberto Castón, 2009), For 80 Days (José Mari Goenaga & Jon Garaño, 2010), Nagore (Helena Taberna, 2010), Lasa y Zabala (Pablo Malo, 2014), as well as by filmmakers with a social background to their work: The Gleaners and I (Agnès Varda, 2000), Girlhood (Céline Sciamma, 2014), El despertar de las hormigas (Antonella Sudassasi Furniss, 2018), and True Mothers (Naomi Kawase, 2020).

These films and many others are now available for viewing on Filmin.