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The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival presents six days of film and art, spotlighting stories from around the world and across First Nations land on this continent. These stories connect us to our present moment, to place, culture, home, nature and ourselves; nuanced storytelling, urgent artworks and energetic cinema converge to present our world in all its stunning complexity.
Showing a collection of award-winning films with open captions including Kash Kash, The Endangered Generation? and The Last Daughter. Plus English language films with English subtitles; North Circular and We Eatin' Good. Our festival is crammed with exciting events, panels, online films, Q+As and performances. Our opening night film Kash Kash is Auslan interpreted.
The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival is a not-for-profit organisation that supports communities to realise human rights in the present and into the future through the experience of film and art. Their aim is to shift power and gaze, and bring social justice and creative communities closer together.