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Human Rights Watch International Film Festival

  • Adult Education Program + <i>The Reckoning </i>

    Adult Education Program + The Reckoning

    Ever since the Nuremberg Trials, individuals around the world have imagined how an international judicial body could be used to prevent genocide, crimes against humanity, and other violations of civil and human rights. In 2002, more than 100 nations made this vision a reality with the establishment

  • Back Home Tomorrow

    Back Home Tomorrow

    A cinematically stunning examination of two children who must leave their war-torn home countries to receive medical treatment.

  • HRWIFF: Youth Producing Change Shorts Program

    HRWIFF: Youth Producing Change Shorts Program

    In this package of inspiring short films, young filmmakers across the globe turn a camera on their own lives, bravely exposing human rights issues faced by themselves and their communities. Followed by a panel and reception.

  • Look Into My Eyes

    Look Into My Eyes

    Is anti-Semitism a buzz-word for all kinds of real or imagined slights? Is it an arcane expression that should be retired, or is there legitimacy to outcries that anti-Semitism is again on the rise?

  • The Reckoning: The Battle For The International Criminal Court

    The Reckoning: The Battle For The International Criminal Court

    An insightful documentary that follows two riveting dramas—the prosecution of unspeakable crimes and the International Criminal Court’s fight for justice. Will the court succeed and will the world ensure that justice prevails?

  • Remnants Of War

    Remnants Of War

    Israel and Lebanon - May 23rd at 3pm. When the war between Hezbollah and Israel ends, the work to save the land begins as teams of locally recruited and trained de-miners race to remove landmines before more civilians are killed. Followed by a free educational seminar with local Denver nonpr

  • Tapologo

    Tapologo

    The touching story of a group of HIV-infected women who form a home-based health network to care for others infected with the virus, turning their own tragedy into a hope for their South African community.

  • Women + Film: Mrs. Goundo's Daughter

    Women + Film: Mrs. Goundo's Daughter

    The moving story of one Malian mother’s fight for asylum in the US to protect her two-year-old daughter from female genital cutting. Co-producer/Editor Sabrina Schmidt Gordon in person, followed by a reception!

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Today's Showtimes

The Tale of The Princess Kaguya
11:30 AM
4:30 PM
Force Majeure
11:40 AM
7:00 PM
Keep On Keepin' On
11:50 AM
2:20 PM
Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
2:00 PM
The Overnighters
2:10 PM
7:20 PM
Closer
4:45 PM
The Babadook
4:50 PM
7:10 PM

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