Movies That Matter 2023
Modern Times Review @ Movies That Matter
Movies that Matter wants to broaden views for human rights. Its core tasks are the screening of human rights related films and the stimulation of screenings of human-rights films.
Movies That Matter takes place from 24 March to 1 April 2023
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Movies that Matter Festival announces full programme for 2023 edition
«Human Rights also means creating a safe space where people can feel supported.»
Exploring the role of the artistic director, the advantages of being based in the city of peace, and how to present a well-balanced human rights-focused programme with Margje de Koning.
A Taste of Whale
Director: Vincent Kelner
Activists and locals clash during the traditional Faroe Islands pilot whale hunt.
A Thousand Numbered Pieces
Director: Ádám Császi
After an unofficial five-year filmmaking ban, Hungary's Ádám Császi continues to oppose the authoritarian Orbán regime.
Director: Inna Sahakyan
A harrowing, engrossing story of Aurora Mardiganian who finds herself in the throes of the Armenian genocide.
This Stolen Country of Mine
Director: Marc Wiese
Ecuadorian indigenous resistance against their homeland's resource exploitation at the hands of China.
While We Watched
Director: Vinay Shukla
A spiralling world of truth and disinformation in Modi's India.