MARCH 31 - APRIL 2 2017
Last years successful Human Rights Film Festival returns to Kino with a program full of current and engaging films and talks. In cooperation with Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund. Supported by Lunds Kommun. This year the festival also takes place at Klarabiografen in Stockholm.
Read more: http://humanrightsfilmfestival.se
Please note! All films with English language or English subtitles. Children's films with Swedish subtitles
Tickets: 105 kr/film + QA (student/senior 80 kr, youth <20 år 70 kr)
Children's film: 80 kr/film
Special offer! See 3 films with The Purple Pass for only 210 kr! The Purple Pass must be bought at Kino’s box office, choose your three films when you buy the pass. Kinokortet is also available for everyone and gives you 5 films for 400 kr and is also valid for regular screenings at Kino.
FRIDAY, MARCH 31
18.30 - 19.00 Welcome reception
19.00 - 21.45 LOVING (drama 123 min, swe sub)
Q&A with Dennis Parker. Dennis Parker is the Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Racial Justice Program, leading its efforts in combating discrimination and addressing other issues with a disproportionate impact on communities of color.
SATURDAY, APRIL 1
13.00 - 14.40 The Day My Father Became A Bush (childrens film from age 10, 90 min, swe sub) + introduction.
15.00 - 17.30 MA' ROSA (drama 110 min) (eng sub)
Q&A with Steffen Jensen, DIGNITY. Steffen Jensen is a Professor in the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University and a Senior Project Researcher at the Danish Institute Against Torture (DIGNITY), where he specializes in rural and urban development issues relating to conflict, violence, and human rights. You can read more about Mr. Jensen and his work on the DIGNITY website.
18.00 - 20.00 DEAD DONKEYS FEAR NO HYENAS (documentary, 90 min) (eng sub)
Q&A with Director Joakim Demmer, moderated by Catia Gregoratti. Catia Gregoratti is a lecturer in International Political Economy whose research focuses on UN-business partnerships, multistakeholder initiatives, corporate power in global governance, as well as, corporate social responsibility. Learn more about Director Demmer’s inspiration for the film here.
SUNDAY, APRIL 2
13.00 - 14.40 The World of Us (childrens film from age 10, 95 min, swe sub) + introduction.
15.00 - 17.30 SAMEBLOD (drama, 110 min) (eng sub) - sold out!
Q&A with Helena Dådring. Helena Dådring is a Sami woman who is the president of Sweden’s southernmost Sami-organisation “Samer i Syd”. She is politically active both as a representative in her local City Council and as a representative in the Sami Parliament for the party Interreg Sápmi.
18.00 - 20.00 THE BORNEO CASE (documentary, 78 min) (eng sub)
Q&A with Director Erik Pauser and activist and one of the stars in the film, Mutung Urud. Director Erik Pauser and Dylan Williams spend five years intimately following the trail of an unlikely group of activists whose aim is to investigate how profits from the illegal logging that has annihilated more than 90% of the Malaysian Borneo Rainforest have been money laundered into property portfolios all around the world. Mutung Urud is one of the activists.