Amsterdam

Amsterdam Human Rights Weekend, February 6 - 8, 2020

Join us for an exclusive European sneak preview of a ground-breaking and history-making documentary film.

Filmmaker(s):
Year:
2019 / 93m
Feb 8
Participants from the film sat around a dinner table

This eye-opening documentary follows three women in their gruelling quest to find a husband, weighing the cost of family and society’s approval against their own chances of happiness.

Filmmaker(s):
Shosh Shlam, Hilla Medalia
Year:
2019 / 84m
Feb 8
Scene of a group of women workers in the film Made in Bangladesh

Channeling real-life stories that Bangladeshi filmmaker Rubaiyat Hossain encountered as a women's rights activist, this empowering, layered drama shines a light on an oppressive industry, and demands our attention.

Filmmaker(s):
Rubaiyat Hossain
Year:
2019 / 95m
Feb 7
Nae Paseran Film Still

 In solidarity against the brutal Chilean coup six months earlier, Scottish factory workers know where they stand.

Filmmaker(s):
Felipe Bustos Sierra
Year:
2020 / 86m
Feb 6

This beautifully crafted, poetic documentary joins brave young people as they seek to re-appropriate their bodies and explore their identities, revealing both the limits of binary visions of sex and gender, and the irreversible physical and psychological impact of non-consensual surgeries on intersex infants.

Filmmaker(s):
Floriane Devigne
Year:
2018 / 58m
Feb 8

Nonviolent mass movements are the primary challenges to governments today. Yet the success rates declined dramatically over the past decades. What makes or breaks a mass movement?

Filmmaker(s):
Year:
Feb 8
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