Human Rights Watch Film Festival in NYC Features Mostly Films Directed By Women
Human Rights Watch, independent organization dedicated to defending and protecting human rights, screens over 500 films each year through their HRW Film Festival which operates in 20 different cities. The New York City leg of the film festival runs from June 14th to June 21st at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the IFC Center. It opened with Alexandria Bombach’s On Her Shoulders and features mostly films directed by women including:
- Margarita Cadenas’s Women of the Venezuelan Chaos
- Julia Bacha’s Naila and the Uprising
- Kim Hopkins’s Voices of the Sea
- Sedika Mojadidi’s Facing The Dragon
- Neary Adeline Hay’s Angkar
- Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar’s The Silence of Others
- Sahra Mani’s A Thousand Girls Like Me
- Gabriel Silverman & Fiona Dawson’s TransMilitary
- Marilyn Ness’s Charm City
- Anayansi Prado and Heather Courtney’s The Unafraid
If you’re in New York definitely check out some of these films over the next week and let me know what you think! I love the films from Iram Haq that I’ve seen before, so I’m particularly anxious to see her new film.
Posted on June 14, 2018, in Film Festivals and tagged Alexandria Bombach, Almudena Carracedo, Anayansi Prado, directed by women, Fiona Dawson, Gabriel Silverman, Heather Courtney, HRW Film Festival, Human Rights Watch, Iram Haq, Julia Bacha, Kim Hopkins, Margarita Cadena, Margarita Cadenas, Marilyn Ness', Neary Adeline, Sahra Mani, Sedika Mojadidi. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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