London

London, March 18 - 26, 2021

A La Calle captures the remarkable courage of the Venezuelan people as they unite to restore liberty, fundamental rights, and the rule of law

Filmmaker(s):
Nelson G. Navarrete and Maxx Caicedo
Year:
2021 / 111m
Mar 18/23
Maria Reza on her phone, reflected in car rearview mirror

Rappler, a major Philippines online news site, investigates and uncovers countless government-sanctioned murders under President Rodrigo Duterte

Filmmaker(s):
Ramona S. Diaz
Year:
2020 / 98m
Mar 18/20

Bajo Fuego exposes the lived reality behind the politics, that has left many Colombians in a continued state of war.

Filmmaker(s):
Director Sjoerd van Grootheest, Co-Director Irene Vélez-Torres
Year:
2020 / 85m
Mar 18/21

When a courageous young woman and a radical lawyer discover a pattern of illegal involuntary sterilizations in California’s women’s prison system, they take to the courtroom to wage a near-impossible battle against the Department of Corrections. 

Filmmaker(s):
Erika Cohn
Year:
2020 / 82m
Mar 18/19

A film festival pass provides access to all 10 films in the UK Digital Edition lineup, at a discounted price.

Filmmaker(s):
n/a
Year:
Mar 18
  • Filmed over five years, I Am Samuel is an intimate portrait of a Kenyan man balancing pressures of family loyalty, love, and safety and questioning the concept of conflicting identities.
Filmmaker(s):
Peter Murimi
Year:
2020 / 68m
Mar 18/20

Mujer de Soldado is a deeply moving picture of female solidarity that finally provides space for the dignity of women's experiences that has long been denied.

Filmmaker(s):
Patricia Wiesse Risso
Year:
2021 / 83m
Mar 18/25

Capturing a crucial moment for women's rights, The 8th tells the incredible story of how Ireland overturned one of the world's most restrictive laws on abortion.

Filmmaker(s):
Aideen Kane, Maeve O'Boyle and Lucy Kennedy
Year:
2020 / 94m
Mar 18

At the age of 14 every school child in Germany is taught about the atrocities that occurred under Nazi rule. Filmmaker Elena Horn returns to her small hometown in rural Germany to follow four children as they first learn about the Holocaust. 

Filmmaker(s):
Elena Horn
Year:
2019 / 60m
Mar 18/24

This film unpacks the devastating power of corporations to achieve profit at any cost versus the individuals and movements determined to secure a more sustainable future for us all.

Filmmaker(s):
Joel Bakan, Jennifer Abbott
Year:
2021 / 106
Mar 18/21

Unapologetic illuminates the love underpinning the anger and frustration that comes with being Black, queer women in the US, and elevates those who are most often leading the way while being denied the spotlight.

Filmmaker(s):
Ashley O'Shay
Year:
2021 / 86m
Mar 18/26
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