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The Human Rights Watch Film Festival

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    Human Rights Watch Festival Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Announces 2014 Line-Up Including 16 Features By Women

    25 years strong, the Human Rights Watch Festival continues this year with 16 features by women, including the Cynthia Hill, Gloria Steinem doc 'Private Violence.'

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    Que(e)ries: Considering How Gay Isn't Simply 'The New Black' in Yoruba Richen's Imperative New Doc

    As the LGBT rights movement moved to the clear forefront of the mainstream civil rights discussion in the United States, numerous media organizations were quick to reduce it to a loaded question: "Is gay the new black?"

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    How the Human Rights Watch Film Festival Puts Activist Cinema In Context

    With these wide-ranging styles in the 20-film program (including the hybrid masterpiece "The Act of Killing" by Joshua Oppenheimer) basic questions about the festival are brought up: What are the goals of these films? Is it education, activist recruitment, or the shifting of paradigms? And what role...

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