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Critical Forum: Telling Human Rights Stories Through Film

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Centre for Contemporary Arts

350 Sauchiehall Street

Glasgow

G2 3JD

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Find out more about the collaborative process, the struggles and challenges, the ethical concerns, the creative input and impact behind making human rights documentaries. The forum is a space to meet, learn and be inspired by completed projects as well as projects in development by Scotland-based third-sector organisations and filmmakers/producers who will showcase their work and talk through the process behind the scenes.

The event will consist of:

- PANEL presentations and discussions around approaches to filmmaking, grassroots activism, participatory practice.
Speakers: Serge Marti (LifeMosaic), Kirsten Macleod (Plantation Productions (SCIO)) and Sonja Henrici (Scottish Documentary Institute). More guests will be announced soon!
- Clips/screenings of films about local and global activism
- Workshop inviting the audience to self-organise around common interests and ideas, sharing experiences and practices; encouraging further collaboration
- Networking break with refreshments.

Free, but ticketed.

Organised and facilitated by Alexandra Colta, PhD candidate researching human rights film festivals. In collaboration with Glasgow Human Rights Network, University of Glasgow.

During its 15 years of existence, Document Human Rights Film Festival has screened personal stories with a global punch that are both accessible and thought-provoking, engaging and challenging and at the Critical Forum there will be a chance to uncover the process behind such films.

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