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Human Rights Watch Film Festival on MUBI

MUBI is partnering with the Human Rights Watch Film Festival to show a series of retrospective highlights from the festival's programming.

MUBI is excited and proud to announce a partnership with the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, whose London festival begins today and runs through March 28. To celebrate the 2014 festival, MUBI is mounting a retrospective of highlights from the festival's past. The following films—all shown at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival—will be given 30-day runs on MUBI in an extensive range of countries around the world beginning today.

Moloch Tropical (Raoul Peck, 2009)
The Red Chapel 
(Mads Brügger, 2009)
! Women Art Revolution
 (Lynn Hershmann-Leeson, 2010)
5 Broken Cameras 
(Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi, 2011)
Brother Number One
 (Annie Goldson, Peter Gilbert, 2011)
99% - The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film
 (Aaron Aites, Audrey Ewell, Nina Krstic, Lucian Read, 2013)
Alias Ruby Blade: A Story of Love and Revolution (Alex Meillier, 2013)
Tall as the Baobab Tree
 (Jeremy Teicher, 2013)

The festival will continue its on-the-ground events throughout the year, including its other central film festival in New York in June.

Check MUBI each day to see what films from the festival are playing in your country!


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