The 14th edition of this human world - International Human Rights Film Festival will take place from December 2 - 12, 2021. We are confident to welcoming you in our beautiful partner cinemas!
Until then you have the possibility to stream festival highlight from the last editions on our human rights film hub.
INTERNATIONAL JURY AWARD
AUSTRIAN JURY AWARD
ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENEZUELA
Anabel Rodríguez Ríos
VE | AT | BR | UK, 2020
VESTIGES (AN ARCHIPELAGO)
Enar de Dios Rodríguez
AT | AU, 2020
UP AND COMING JURY AWARD
THE MARRIAGE PROJECT
Atieh Attarzadeh Firozabad, Hesam Eslami
FR | IR | QA, 2020
EXP:AN:DED SHORTS JURY AWARD
Aleksandra Kolodziejczyk, Karl Wratschko.
CH | RW, 2019
CA | CL, 2020
YOUTH JURY AWARD
IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS
THE EARTH IS BLUE AS AN ORANGE
ЗЕМЛЯ БЛАКИТНА, НІБИ АПЕЛЬСИН
Dokumentary 2020, UA | LT 74 Min, OmeU
In the surreal environment in the Ukrainian war zone Donbass, between exploding grenades and shootings in the streets, four siblings and their mother try to live their everyday life. Due to their passion for film and in order to understand the present together, they make a film about what they have experienced and still witness. The script is discussed at the kitchen table, the living room is converted into a studio and the family members open up to each other and the camera. Between hopelessness and cohesion, filmmaking here becomes a meaningful hold. THE EARTH IS BLUE AS AN ORANGE is a film within a film, whose multifaceted impact becomes visible: a possibility for reflection, a family and community project, giving space for agency, an anchor in a time of crisis, a possibility to capture experiences - for the present and for the future. A sensitive portrait, pleading for the importance of film in a state of emergency.
Originally planned as a traditional cinema festival, this human world 2020 was redesigned as a hybrid festival to finally become this human world outlines.
this human world outlines is an online edition of the festival - with the wish to involve those loyal partner cinemas at a later date, from which we have to say goodbye for the time being.
A large part of the festival programme that was initially planned for the cinemas will now be shown online at this human world Festival-Hub during the festival period from 3 to 13 December. Many films will nevertheless be accompanied by pre-recorded Q&As, directors' statements and live discussion formats in the virtual space.
Unfortunately, other films and parts of the programme originally planned for the festival had to be cancelled due to the complete reorganisation of the festival format. However, it was important to us to have those films that are not shown online still mentioned in our festival programme - as a reminder that our programme was put together with the intention to be screened in cinemas.
An online platform as an addition to the cinema can be a wonderful place to expand a critical platform - but it will never replace the value and importance of physical interaction.