Film Fes­ti­val

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Hu­man Rights Doc­u­men­tary Film Fes­ti­val

The Hu­man Rights Doc­u­men­tary Film Fes­ti­val turns its lens on some of the lesser known tragedies oc­cur­ing around the world. The sub­jects of th­ese seven doc­u­men­taries in­clude a fim fes­ti­val in Bei­jing shut down by of­fi­cials and de­picted en­tirely through cell­phones and cam­eras (“the com­plex cases of two pris­on­ers in Ja­pan in­volved in two dif­fer­ent crimes (“a me­dia rev­o­lu­tion in post-Tal­iban Afghanistan (“and more. Through Sep 14. Broad­way Cine­math­eque, Pros­per­ous Gar­den, 3 Pub­lic Square St., Yau Ma Tei. $85 from cin­ema.com.hk

A Film­less Fes­ti­val”), Two Death Row In­mates”), Frame by Frame”)

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