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New Orleans Human Rights Film Festival Highlights

New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival
APRIL 6 - 15, 2006

The New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival was created to support New Orleans’ social justice community. The 2006 festival is dedicated to a vision of justice for New Orleans and worldwide.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the people of New Orleans are struggling for justice, human rights, and the right of return. We are proud to bring this festival of cinema to New Orleans in partnership with local social justice organizations doing vital work in this city. Our goal is to raise awareness of human rights issues and provide a forum for artistic expression of these themes.
Support The Festival
The Human Rights Festival is an all-volunteer effort. Proceeds support local organizing. Please donate or volunteer to support the festival. Visit the support the festival link for more information.
Call For Entries

The New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival is now accepting submissions for the 2006 festival. Films can be from anywhere in the world, fiction or documentary, short or feature – but must deal with issues related to human rights and/or social justice. Submissions can be 16mm, DVD, Super8, VHS or MiniDV. For details email zte@bellsouth.net or info@nolahumanrights.org

The 2006 Third Annual
http://www.nolahumanrights.org

2005 New Orleans International Human Rights Film
Festival Award Winning Films and Official Recognition:

Thanks to everyone who supported The Second Annual New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival. We proudly presented 35 new films in 17 days and eight venues and featured two world premieres, Elections Fever and Four Months and Ten Days: A Journey Through Palestine. Below is a list of the films from our 2005 festival chosen for special recognition:

AUDIENCE AWARD, BEST FILM:

MARDI GRAS, MADE IN CHINA Directed by David Redmond

JURY PRIZE, BEST FILM:

SCARED SACRED Directed by Velcrow Ripper.

OFFICIAL SELECTION: OPENING NIGHT FILM:

FOUR MONTHS AND TEN DAYS: A JOURNEY TO PALESTINE
Directed by Rebecca Rapp

OFFICIAL SELECTION: CLOSING NIGHT FILM:

SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DEVIL: THE JOURNEY OF ROMEO
DELAIRE Directed by Peter Raymont



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