this human world - International Human Rights Film Festival is pleased to announce this year's competition program through film submissions. Feature, documentary, experimental films and animation on sociopolitical topics and human rights can be submitted via FilmFreeway.
Earlybird Deadline: May 14, 2019
Regular Deadline: June 30, 2019
this human world is looking forward to many exciting submissions!
We've announced the winning films of our competition section at yesterdays prize ceremony!
Today, the winning films will be screened again at the festival.
The winning films of this human world 2018 competition sections:
THE FAMILY by Rok Biček
17:45 Top Kino
Up & Coming
THE FEELING OF BEING WATCHED by Assia Boundaoui
THE EUROPEAN GRANDMA PROJECT by Alenka Maly
20:15 Top Kino
WELCOME TO SODOM by Florian Weigensamer & Christian Krönes
19:00 Top Kino
THE SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER by Cecilia Araneda
17:45 Top Kino
The first three days of the 11th edition of this human world are history, and already we've seen, experienced and initiated a broad variety of discussions and interactions.
Friday night we made a call to Kenneth Reams in prison with director of FREE MEN Anne-Fréderique Widmann.
More information about his life at Free Kenneth Reams.
On Saturday did we not only have a discussion after the screening of SILVANA, but an extraordinary performance by David Go8lin at Brunnenpassage.
Right-wring tendencies getting more and more popular throughout Europe was addressed in and after the screenings of Germania and When The War Comes.
A lot going on on days 4 - 5 - 6
Once more we had a full Gartenbaukino for the screening and discussion to Welcome to Sodom!
Filmmakers of In the Name of Your Daughter, Easy Lessons und A Woman Captured as well as Guests for The European Grandma Project brought even more life to our movie theatres and encouraged dialogue with and within the audience.
Giselle Portenier made Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) a subject of discussion:
FGM #ismyissuetoo – get involved here:
Gender Identity and sexual stereotyping were matter of conversation in the course of the two film screenings Mathias and Bixa Travesty, in the presence of part of the film crew of Clara Sterns short film Mathias.
More days to follow, we are excited as this human world keeps on spinning.
Stay tuned – stay human.
// it's finally starting!
We are happy to open our festival with Mohamed Siam's wonderful film AMAL in presence of the director and producer Christian Eid! Thursday, 29.11.18 at 8pm we invite you to Gartenbaukino. We'll open the evening with some words of introduction and close it with a Party at the Foyer!
THURSDAY 29.11.2018 8pm
- DJ Duo Love is Strange
- DRINKS @ Philiale im Gartenbaukinofoyer
- FOOD by Pizza-Mobile.it
Introducing words by Dr. Manfred Nowak, University professor for international human rights at Universität Wien.
We are honoured to announce our SURPRISE GUEST at tomorrow's opening!
MOHAMED SIAM will be joining for the screening of Amal at Gartenbaukino and also be present for a Q&A afterwards.
Festival and Programme Direction
Starting off this eventful week, we are introducing this years festival director and programme director.
Michael Schmied and Lara Bellon, both part of the festival team of last years anniversary edition, are leading this this human world into the 11th edition.
After a very succesful cooperation with European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) last year, we are happy to announce that we are going to continue it this year.
Further screenings under the patronage of FRA:
- The Distant Barking of Dogs by Simon Lereng Wilmont
- Iuventa by Michele Cinque