HUMAN idff Oslo 2023
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HUMAN idff Oslo is Oslo’s largest documentary film festival presenting the newest Norwegian and International documentaries in combination with debates, talks, seminars and workshops, art exhibitions, theatre plays and more. The festival consists of two competition programs, and a manifold film program tuned in on human rights and other social issues.
HUMAN idff Oslo takes 0lace from 6 to 12 March, 2023
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«Even if we can’t see the light in the tunnel, we still have to resist and fight for a better world»
HUMAN idff Oslo Festival Director Ketil Magnussen discusses the 2023 festival programme, the role of the festival director, the controversy around Two Kids a Day, and balanced presentations in the face of war in Europe.
5 Seasons of Revolution
Under bombs, an aspiring video journalist finds herself facing self-reckoning as the unexpected narrator of her own destiny.
A History of the World According to Getty Images
Director: Richard Misek
Filmmaker Richard Misek is on a mission to tear down the bars that keep historic images locked away behind paywalls.
A House Made of Splinters
Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont
A small group of social workers work to create a much-needed safe space for children to live in.
Director: Nina Menkes
The mechanisms of exploitation of women as sexual objects in Hollywood films, exposed.
Crows Are White
Director: Ahsen Nadeem
After decades of living a secret life, a filmmaker travels to a Japanese monastery in an exploration of truth, faith and love.
Fire of Love
Director: Sara Dosa
The extraordinary love story of volcanologist couple Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died as explosively as they lived.
Director: Violet Du Feng
The unique written language made as a vent for Chinese women who were not allowed to read or write.
How to Save a Dead Friend
Director: Marusya Syroechkovskaya
For many young Russians, anyone older than 30 is a cunt.
Matter Out of Place
Director: Nikolaus Geyrhalter
Following waste across the planet and the endless struggle of people to gain control over it.
My Imaginary Country
Director: Patricio Guzmán
Patrizio Guzmán´s documentary offers one of the rare elements of hope in global politics.
Director: Nataša Urban
How a dark past remains in the present.
Two Kids a Day
Director: David Wachsmann
On average, two kids a day are arrested somewhere in the occupied territories.
While We Watched
Director: Vinay Shukla
A spiralling world of truth and disinformation in Modi's India.