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NY Times: At Human Rights Film Festival, Horror and Occasional Hope

By Indiewire | Indiewire June 8, 2006 at 6:10AM

Amid the somber procession of injustices paraded by the annual Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, rays of light inevitably filter through. Human resilience, determination and hope in the face of hardship and oppression can never be underestimated. When you run across such radiance in a grim environment, your heart surges with wonder. Stephen Holden reports on this year's HRWIFF line up.[Free NY Times subscription required to view full article.]
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Amid the somber procession of injustices paraded by the annual Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, rays of light inevitably filter through. Human resilience, determination and hope in the face of hardship and oppression can never be underestimated. When you run across such radiance in a grim environment, your heart surges with wonder. Stephen Holden reports on this year's HRWIFF line up.
[Free NY Times subscription required to view full article.]






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