Director: Tonje Hessen Drone brings us inside the covert CIA drone war, following those who live under drones in Pakistan and the drone pilots who struggle with the new warfare. It covers the recruitment of young pilots at gaming conventions, the re-definition of “going to war,” the moral stance of engineers behind the technology, the world leaders giving the “green light” to engage in the biggest targeted killing program in history; also those willing to stand up against the violations of civil liberties and fight for transparency, accountability and justice. Drones may just change wars and possibly our future. 78 minutes
Remembering Srebrenica, 20 years on
Director: Tamanna Rahman The film follows genocide survivor Nedžad and Srebrenica mother Hatidza. Nedžad, just 17, was shot by the Bosnian Serb murder squad that came to Srebrenica in July 1995 and left to die. Hatidza lost her husband and two sons. With other civilians, she had tried to find protection in the UN base at Potočari, only to find that Ratko Mladić’s troops had taken over and begun days of killing and torture. 22 minutes
Pirates and Slaves
Director: Environmental Justice Foundation How overfishing and pirate fishing in Thailand fuels human trafficking and the plundering of our oceans. 9 minutes
A brief discussion on issues raised by these films will follow the screening.