International Human Rights Film Festival arrives at the Museum of Memory

For 18 years, civil society in Barcelona has been organizing the Barcelona International Film and Human Rights Festival, with the aim of telling human stories, raising awareness and promoting Human Rights culture through film.

The exhibition that arrives at the Museum of Memory brings together films from Serbia, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Mexico and Chile, which address issues such as abortion, the conflict between Western and traditional medicine, the inclusion of people with disabilities through art, the world of work and the gentrification of neighborhoods.

The Festival represents an important instrument to educate, promote international and constitutive legality of Human Rights, sustainability and democratic development, as well as being an international benchmark in promoting the independent film industry.

This sample is a careful selection of the general program of the festival, and will be held free of charge this weekend between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. in the Museum Auditorium. The functions will be with limited capacity and mobility pass.

Check here the synopsis of the scheduled films
Friday 14: We walk (Caminamos) / Marc Lesperut / 2020 / Spain / 3 min / Visible fiction / Enrique Rey Monzon / 2020 / Spain / 20 min / documentary
Manoliño Nguema / Antonio Grunfeld / 2019 / Spain / 85 min / documentary
Saturday 15: The story of all of us / Itxaso Díaz / 2020 / Spain / 20 min / documentary
Birth Wars / Janet Jarman / 2018 / Mexico / 73 min / documentary
Sunday 16:
Glance / Marko Pejović / 2019 / Serbia / 11 min / Experimental dance
Acuoa / Guido Simonetti and Fabián Benítez / 2020 / Argentina / 12 min / fiction
We buy your neighborhood / Paola Rey / 2019 / Colombia / 58 min / documentary

For 18 years, civil society in Barcelona has been organizing the Barcelona International Film and Human Rights Festival, with the aim of telling human stories, raising awareness and promoting Human Rights culture through film.

The exhibition that arrives at the Museum of Memory brings together films from Serbia, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Mexico and Chile, which address issues such as abortion, the conflict between Western and traditional medicine, the inclusion of people with disabilities through art, the world of work and the gentrification of neighborhoods.

The Festival represents an important instrument to educate, promote international and constitutive legality of Human Rights, sustainability and democratic development, as well as being an international benchmark in promoting the independent film industry.

This sample is a careful selection of the general program of the festival, and will be held free of charge this weekend between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. in the Museum Auditorium. The functions will be with limited capacity and mobility pass.

Check here the synopsis of the scheduled films
Friday 14: We walk (Caminamos) / Marc Lesperut / 2020 / Spain / 3 min / Visible fiction / Enrique Rey Monzon / 2020 / Spain / 20 min / documentary
Manoliño Nguema / Antonio Grunfeld / 2019 / Spain / 85 min / documentary
Saturday 15: The story of all of us / Itxaso Díaz / 2020 / Spain / 20 min / documentary
Birth Wars / Janet Jarman / 2018 / Mexico / 73 min / documentary
Sunday 16:
Glance / Marko Pejović / 2019 / Serbia / 11 min / Experimental dance
Acuoa / Guido Simonetti and Fabián Benítez / 2020 / Argentina / 12 min / fiction
We buy your neighborhood / Paola Rey / 2019 / Colombia / 58 min / documentary

For 18 years, civil society in Barcelona has been organizing the Barcelona International Film and Human Rights Festival, with the aim of telling human stories, raising awareness and promoting Human Rights culture through film.

The exhibition that arrives at the Museum of Memory brings together films from Serbia, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Mexico and Chile, which address issues such as abortion, the conflict between Western and traditional medicine, the inclusion of people with disabilities through art, the world of work and the gentrification of neighborhoods.

The Festival represents an important instrument to educate, promote international and constitutive legality of Human Rights, sustainability and democratic development, as well as being an international benchmark in promoting the independent film industry.

This sample is a careful selection of the general program of the festival, and will be held free of charge this weekend between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. in the Museum Auditorium. The functions will be with limited capacity and mobility pass.

Check here the synopsis of the scheduled films
Friday 14: We walk (Caminamos) / Marc Lesperut / 2020 / Spain / 3 min / Visible fiction / Enrique Rey Monzon / 2020 / Spain / 20 min / documentary
Manoliño Nguema / Antonio Grunfeld / 2019 / Spain / 85 min / documentary
Saturday 15: The story of all of us / Itxaso Díaz / 2020 / Spain / 20 min / documentary
Birth Wars / Janet Jarman / 2018 / Mexico / 73 min / documentary
Sunday 16:
Glance / Marko Pejović / 2019 / Serbia / 11 min / Experimental dance
Acuoa / Guido Simonetti and Fabián Benítez / 2020 / Argentina / 12 min / fiction
We buy your neighborhood / Paola Rey / 2019 / Colombia / 58 min / documentary

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