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Festival Details & Costs


Digital tickets:
Individual ticket: $9  
Film at Lincoln Center/ IFC/ HRW members with use of code: $8
Digital film festival pass: $70

In-Cinema Tickets at Film at Lincoln Center: 
General Public: $15
Seniors (62+) / Persons with Disabilities / Students: $12
FLC Members & HRW Subscribers: $10
Groups of 10 or more tickets: $12 per ticket.
Discount Package: Buy tickets to 3 or more films at once and save: $13 General Public; $10 for Students & Seniors, $9 for FLC Members & HRW Members.

In-Cinema Tickets at IFC Center: 
General Public: $17
IFC Cinema Members & HRW Subscribers: $12
Seniors (62+) and patrons with the MTA reduced-fare MetroCard for people with disabilities: $14
Groups of 10 tickets or more: $14 per ticket

Health and Safety: 
Please note: Masks are required at Film at Lincoln Center. Masks are encouraged at all events. By attending our events, you affirm that you have not tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 10 days, have not been diagnosed with Covid-19, nor have you experienced common symptoms of Covid-19 within the last 48 hours. We recommend that everyone attending our events take a rapid test shortly before the event, and if you test positive to refrain from attending.

Cinema Partners

What's Playing

Clarissa's Battle

Single mother and organizer Clarissa Doutherd is building a powerful coalition of parents. They’re fighting for child care and early education funds, desperately needed by low and middle-income parents and children across the United States.

Human Rights in the United States United States

Delikado

In Delikado, three environmental defenders are tested like never before in their battle to save their home, Palawan, an island paradise in the Philippines from the illegal destruction of its forests, fisheries, and mountains.

Health, Development and the Environment Asia

Digital Festival pass

A Digital Film Festival Pass provides you with online access to all 10 digital festival titles.

Get a festival pass and save $20

Eternal Spring (長春)

When members of Falun Gong hack China's state TV to expose brutal repression - lives are changed forever. Award winning filmmaker Jason Loftus and celebrated comic book artist Daxiong tell the resilient story of those fighting for religious freedom.

Art Versus Oppression Asia

Midwives

In Midwives, amid an environment of ever-increasing chaos and violence against the Muslim Rohingya population in Myanmar, two midwives, one Buddhist and one Muslim, work side by side in a makeshift clinic in western Myanmar, providing medical services to the Rohingya of Rakhine State.

Reproductive Justice Asia

No U-Turn

No U-Turn by celebrated Nigerian director Ike Nnaebue takes us on a journey with Nigerian citizens leaving their country, traveling north through Africa and beyond in search of work and opportunity to build a future, despite the known and unknown challenges lying ahead.

Migrants' Rights Africa

Rebellion

The exhilarating behind-the-scenes story of Extinction Rebellion (XR), following the group as it takes daring steps to draw attention to the climate emergency – and confront both internal tensions and the harmful power structures present in the climate movement itself.

Environment and Human Rights Europe

The Janes

The Janes showcases a group of brave and bold women, many speaking on the record for the first time, who built an underground, clandestine network in 1970s Chicago for women seeking safe, affordable, illegal abortions.

Reproductive Justice United States

The New Greatness Case

The New Greatness Case offers remarkable access to a group of young Russians entrapped by the secret service, resulting in unjust trials and prison sentences – echoing the intensified crackdown on dissent and free expression in Russia we see on the news every day.

Democracy and Human Rights Europe

Up to G-Cup

Northern Iraq's first lingerie store not only sells underwear, but also acts as a meeting place where women connect to their bodies and sensuality after overcoming the traumas of oppression, war, and conservative moralityWith brave honesty a group of Kurdish and Yazidi women chat candidly, revealing the challenges they face in a male-dominated society.

Women's Rights Middle East

You Resemble Me

This Spike Lee and Spike Jonze executive produced drama tackles one of the darkest issues of our time - radicalization - in an unmissable story of cultural and intergenerational trauma on the outskirts of Paris.

 

Women's Rights and Children's Rights Europe

Tickets & Schedule

Watch anytime from May 20 — 26, 2022

Clarissa's Battle

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only

Accessibility

Closed Captions available in English & Spanish. 

Clarissa's Battle

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only

Accessibility

Audio Description available in English. Closed Captions available in English and Spanish. 

Delikado

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US Only 

Accessibility

Non-English parts subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

Delikado

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US Only 

Accessibility

Audio Description and Closed Captions available in English. Non-English parts subtitled in English. 

Eternal Spring (長春)

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

Eternal Spring (長春)

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Audio Description and Closed Captions available in English. Fully subtitled in English.

Midwives

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

Midwives

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Audio Description available in English. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

No U-Turn

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only

Accessibility

 Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

No U-Turn

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only

Accessibility

Audio Description available in English. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

Rebellion

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Closed Captions available in English.

Rebellion

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Audio Description available in English. Closed Captions available in English. 

The Janes

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only

Accessibility

Closed Captions available in English.

The Janes

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only

Accessibility

 Audio Description available in English. Closed Captions available in English. 

Up to G-Cup

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

 Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

Up to G-Cup

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US only 

Accessibility

Audio Description available in English. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

You Resemble Me

Digital film screening
Purchase ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US Only 

Accessibility

Fully Subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English.

You Resemble Me

Digital film screening
Audio Described Ticket
$9 Public/ $6 Members with code
Restrictions

Available to audiences in the US Only 

Accessibility

Audio Description available in English. Fully Subtitled in English. Closed Captions available in English. 

Friday, May 20, 2022

Rebellion

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Directors Maia Kenworthy and Elena Sanchez Bellot, HRW Senior Women's Rights Researcher Skye Wheeler, and Extinction Rebellion Media Coordinator Christina See, moderated by Producer & Co-Host of Mothers Of Invention podcast Thimali Kodikara. 

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English online and in-person. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Saturday, May 21, 2022

Midwives

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Snow Hnin Ei Hlaing, HRW Asia Division Researcher Shayna Bauchner, moderated by Festival Staff. 

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Clarissa's Battle

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Tamara Perkins, Producer Sara Maamouri, Film Participant Clarissa Doutherd, HRW Senior Researcher and Advocate on Poverty and Inequality Lena Simet. Moderated by Tanya Denise Fields, Executive Director & Founder, The Black Feminist Project.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription). 

Sunday, May 22, 2022

Clarissa's Battle

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Tamara Perkins, Producer Sara Maamouri, Film Participant Clarissa Doutherd, HRW Senior Researcher and Advocate on Poverty and Inequality Lena Simet. Moderated by Denise Fields, Executive Director & Founder, The Black Feminist Project.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription). 

Delikado

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Karl Malakunas, Film Participant Bobby Chan, Producers Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala and Michael Collins, and HRW Asia Division Senior Researcher Carlos Conde.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Non-English parts subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription). 

Monday, May 23, 2022

Eternal Spring (長春)

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Jason Loftus, Film Participant Daxiong, Pozen Visiting Professor, University of Chicago and Human Rights Lawyer Teng Biao, moderated by HRW Asia Division Senior Research Yaqiu Wang.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription). 

Midwives

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Speakers

Director Snow Hnin Ei Hlaing, Producer Mila Aung-Thwin, HRW Asia Division Researcher Shayna Bauchner, moderated by Festival Staff. 

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Up to G-Cup

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Speakers

Director and Producer Jacqueline van Vugt, editor Sandro Ligtenberg, and Elif Genc, PhD at the New School for Social Research / activist in Kurdish women's liberation movement in North America

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

You Resemble Me

Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Dina Amer, Brennan Center for Justice’s Liberty and National Security Program Co-Director Faiza Patel, moderated by John Sifton, HRW's Advocacy Director

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

No U-Turn

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Ike Nnaebue and Abraham Paulos, Deputy Director of Policy and Communications at Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI). Moderated by Festival Staff.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English online and in-person. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Eternal Spring (長春)

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Speakers

Director Jason Loftus, Film Participant Daxiong, Pozen Visiting Professor, University of Chicago and Human Rights Lawyer Teng Biao, moderated by HRW Asia Division Senior Research Yaqiu Wang.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription). 

 

Delikado

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Speakers

Director Karl Malakunas, Film Participant Bobby Chan, Producers Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala and Michael Collins, and HRW Asia Division Senior Researcher Carlos Conde.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Non-English parts subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription). 

The New Greatness Case

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Anna Shishova, Vasily Polonsky - Journalist of TV channel Dozhd (TV Rain), Tanya Lokshina - HRW Associate Director of Europe and Central Asia Division. Moderated by Julia Ioffe - Founding Partner & Washington Correspondent, Puck.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Wednesday, May 25, 2022

You Resemble Me

Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director Dina Amer, Professor of Law and Founding Director of CLEAR at the CUNY Ramzi Kassem, moderated by HRW's Associate Crisis and Conflict Director Letta Tayler.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

The New Greatness Case

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Speakers

Vasily Polonsky - Journalist of TV channel Dozhd (TV Rain), Tanya Lokshina - HRW Associate Director of Europe and Central Asia Division. Moderated by Julia Ioffe - Founding Partner & Washington Correspondent, Puck.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

No U-Turn

In-Person Event
Purchase ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English online and in-person. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Unfortunately, the post-film discussion for this screening has been cancelled. 

Up to G-Cup

In-Person Event
Q&A
Purchase ticket
$15 public / $10 members
Speakers

Director and Producer Jacqueline van Vugt, editor Sandro Ligtenberg, and Sarah Zilan Koessler, Psychotherapist and Women’s Activist

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Fully subtitled in English. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

Thursday, May 26, 2022

The Janes

In-Person Event
Q&A
Sold Out
Location
Speakers

Directors Tia Lessin and Emma Pildes, special guests TBD, moderated by Executive Director of HRW's Women's Rights Division Macarena Sáez.

Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. Post-screening discussions will offer CART (live transcription).

The Janes

In-Person Event
Purchase Ticket
$17 public / $12 Members
Location
Accessibility

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Closed Captions and Audio Description available in English in-person and online. Assistive listening devices available for all screenings. Please visit individual venue websites or contact individual box offices for details and note that equipment is subject to availability. 

This additional screening will NOT be followed by a Q&A.

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