7 films to watch at This Human World human rights film festival 2018 that will open your eyes – vienna würstelstand

7 films to watch at This Human World human rights film festival 2018 that will open your eyes

November 27, 2018

7 films to watch at
This Human World
human rights film
festival 2018 that
will open your eyes

November 27, 2018

Vienna Würstelstand's says

Full of powerful cinematic tales of injustice and the unique struggles of people everywhere, the This Human World Human Rights film festival in 2018 should not be missed.

With so much good stuff, it was hard to narrow it down, but here are 6 films we recommend you definitely try to see. They will completely change your perspective!

 

Welcome to Sodom

When: WED, December 5, 7pm
Where: Gartenbaukino

Film described in a few words: a behind the scenes look into the production chain of all our digital gadgets, where they end up and the destinies that are affected in the process. Eye-opening and unseen, a reality that many prefer to look away from.

 

When the War Comes

When: SUN, December 2, 8:15pm
Where: Filmcasino

Film described in a few words: Young people in Slovakia train for a possible war that is about to happen. An unsettling movie about the rise of nationalism. Haunting images of a reality that was and might struck again.

 

Of Fathers and Sons

When: MON, December 3, 8pm
Where: Stadtkino

Film described in a few words: Insights into the everyday life of two brothers of a radical Islamist family in Northern Syria. A rare chance to look into a setting dominated by fear and violence.

 

In the Name of Your Daughter

When: TUE, December 4, 5:45pm
Where: Topkino

Film described in a few words: Female genital mutilation is still happening in Tanzania. This movie shows the bravery that girls as young as 8 years old prove when trying to escape this extremely cruel practice.

 

City of Ghosts

When: SUN, December 2, 7pm
Where: Brunnenpassage

Film described in a few words: The life of a group of Journalists in Raqqa, who continuously risk everything to tell the story of what ISIS is doing to their city. The deeply personal access the movie provides will shake the audience to its core.

 

Silvana

When: SAT, December 8, 8:30pm
Where: Schikaneder

Film described in a few words: A portrait of Swedish rap icon Silvana Imam, a loud and strongly opinionated feminist who will not let her anti-patriarchal mind unspoken.

 

Amal

When: SAT, November 29 (Gartenbaukino) 8pm & December 8 (Top Kino)
Where: Gartenbaukino & Top Kino

Film described in a few words: a touching film, set in India, beautiful shots of India’s landscape, speaks to the heart, graceful and full of beauty, a story

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