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Human Rights

  • Bei Bei

    Bei Bei

    Rose Rosenblatt
    United States, 2018, 77 min.

    Pregnant, abandoned by the father of her child, alone in a foreign land, Bei Bei Shuai tries to kill herself by drinking rat poison, a common suicide method in... more ›

  • Children of Bal Ashram

    Children of Bal Ashram

    Len Morris
    United States, 2018, 64 min.

    What happens after the raid, when terrified child slaves are rescued from criminal employers? At Bal Ashram, Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi and his... more ›

  • Collisions

    Collisions

    Richard Levien
    United States, 2019, 82 min.

    Twelve-year-old Itan's promising life in San Francisco is turned upside down when she comes home from school, with her younger brother, to find her apartment... more ›

  • From the Front Line

    From the Front Line

    Elias Matar
    Lebanon, 2019, 30 min.

    Three slices-of-life stories of Syrian refugees living in the Beqaa Valley Lebanon, written and preformed by the Young Syrian Filmmakers... more ›

  • Internment

    Internment

    Kast Hasa
    Albania, 2019, 106 min.

    Set in 1983 Albania during communist rule, the Kulla family struggle as they are forced by government agents into internment. For Artur, the family's son,... more ›

  • Mosul 980

    Mosul 980

    Ali Mohammed Saeed
    Iraq, 2019, 10 min.

    A 17 years old kidnapped Yazidi girl disguised in ISIS uniform tries to escape from ISIS. She finds no way to break free, but a military vehicle set on... more ›

  • Nightmare of Gaza

    Nightmare of Gaza

    Farah Nabulsi
    Jordan, 2018, 13 min.

    A haunting, abstract and experimental narrative of a woman in the streets of Gaza surrounded by the devastation after the bombs have stopped. She has been... more ›

  • Tank Man

    Tank Man

    Robert Anthony Peters
    United States, 2019, 15 min.

    Tank Man is the story of the iconic gentleman who stood in front of and stopped a line of tanks after the Tienanmen Square massacre of June 4, 1989. All that... more ›