I came home from class tonight to an email in my inbox, announcing that the International House at Penn is screeing selections from the 5th edition of the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival.
The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival has become a leading venue for distinguished fiction, documentary and animated films and videos with a distinctive human rights theme. Through the eyes of committed and courageous filmmakers, it showcases the heroic stories of activists and survivors from all over the world. The works featured help to put a human face on threats to individual freedom and dignity, and celebrate the power of the human spirit and intellect to prevail.
They will screen a different movie every day for the next four days at 7 pm. General admission is $7 (if you’re a member of the International House you get in for free).
Sorry for the late posting on this one, but I only found out about it today. You can find all the details about the different films after the jump.