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For the fifth year in a row the successful festival THE SWEDISH HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL returns to Kino with a program with current and engaging films and talks. In cooperation with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund. Supported by Lunds kommun and Film i Skåne.  This years film festival will highlight female directors and leaders during three days at Biografen Kino i Lund between the 5-7th of March.

Read more on Humanrightsfilmfestival.se
Please note!  All films with English language or English subtitles.
Tickets: 115 kr/film + QA (student /senior 90 kr, youth < 20 år  75 kr) No booking, just pre-buy.

THURSDAY March 5

We will celebrate the opening of the festival with some snacks and non-alcoholic beverage from 17.30 in the foyer at Kino, welcome!

18.00 WE COULD BE HEROES (80 min)
In the run-up to the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, Azzedine Nouiri, the world champion in seated shot put, inspires his childhood friend Youssef to take on the challenge of qualifying to the Games despite their lack of means and formal training.Through their unique friendship, We Could Be Heroes narrates the struggles of outcasts longing to conquer the extraordinary in order to finally have the same rights and opportunities as ordinary people at home, in Morocco.
Q&A/ Discussion with:

Fatmir Seremeti – Paralympic medalist for Sweden, inspirational lecturer and Director of Insight Visions
Helen Avery – Helen Avery’s work concerns sustainability transitions in the Middle East, with a particular focus on strategies for environmentally and socially sustainable society building.

Anna Landeborg (Moderator), Project Manager Social Innovation Summit, Forum for Social Innovation Sweden, Malmö University.

 

FRIDAY March 6

18.00 PUSH (92 min)
PUSH is a new documentary from award-winning director Fredrik Gertten, investigating why we can’t afford to live in our own cities anymore. We follow UN Special Rapporteur on Housing, Leilani Farha, on her quest to understand who’s getting squeezed, who’s getting rich and why housing has become one of today’s most pressing world issues?
Q&A/ Discussion with:

Leilani Farha – Leilani Farha is the United Nations Special Rapporteur on adequate housing. Farha is a lawyer and an alumna of the University of Toronto, and has been an Executive Director of Canada Without Poverty.
Morten Kjaerum – (Moderator) Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law since 2015.  Kjaerum was the founding Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) from 1991 to 2008. 

 

SATURDAY March 7

13.00 FOR SAMA (100 min)
For Sama is both an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war. A love letter from a young mother to her daughter, the film tells the story of Waad al-Kateab’s life through five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria as she falls in love, gets married and gives birth to Sama, all while cataclysmic conflict rises around her.   For Sama was nominated for an Oscar 2020, Best Documentary.
Q&A/ Discussion with: 

Josepha Wessels – a documentary filmmaker and Senior Lecturer in Communication for Development at the School of Arts and Communication, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University. She is the author of “Documenting Syria, Filmmaking, Video Activism and Revolution”. 

Erika Svedberg – editor of the book “Making Gender, Making War” which is a unique interdisciplinary collection of papers exploring the social construction of gender, war-making and peacekeeping.

Tore Byström (Moderator), Facilitator from Celemi.

15.45 MADE IN BANGLADESH (95 min)
Shimu, 23, works in a clothing factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Faced with difficult conditions at work, she decides to start a union with her co-workers. Despite threats from the management and disapproval of her husband, Shimu is determined to go on. Together the women must fight and find a way. 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.
Q&A/ Discussion with:

Fabiana Avelar Pereira – Interested in international human rights law, with a focus on international labour law. Her research targets both collective labour law and corporate social responsibility (CSR) issues concerning the regulation of supply chains, the promotion of freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining. 

Jonah Wigerhäll – Jonah has extensive experience from working on sustainability and human rights in global fashion supply chains, as well as from civil society advocacy on corporate accountability. Currently working as senior programme officer at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s China programme, his role also overlaps with the institutes thematic area Economic Globalisation and Human Rights, which touches on many of the same issues.

Henrik Olofsson (Moderator), Facilitator from Celemi.

18.30 THE HOTTEST AUGUST (95 min)
The Hottest August is a rare climate crisis film that focuses on lived experiences rather than bolstering a dire prognosis with quantitative data. A calm, yet urgent polyphonic documentary that sheds lights on collective anxieties.
Q&A/ Discussion with: 

Alexander Bigge Lidgren – Influencer and Host of The Big Green Show.

Johanna Alkan Olsson – Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Environmental and Climate Research at Lund University, specialized in heat.

Read more on Humanrightsfilmfestival.se


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