Cine Migrante, Argentina
Moderator Marcia Luyten talks with filmmakers Luc Côté and Patricio Henriquez, the lawyer of Omar Khadr and Lars van Troost, head of the external relations department at Amnesty International
Cinema for Peace, Germany
Albania - Human Rights Film Festival Albania (since 2006)
Argentina - Cine Migrante (since 2010)
Botswana - Ditshwanelo Human Rights Film Festival (since 2008)
Cambodia - Free Your Minds (since 2012)
Cameroon - Bamenda Human Rights Film Festival, Bamenda (since 2011)
Colombia - Derecho a Ver, Cali (since 2011)
Cote d'Ivoire - Ciné Droit Libre, Abidjan (since 2008)
Egypt - Cairo Human Rights Film Festival
Guatemala - Muestra de Cine Internacional Memoria Verdad Justicia (since 2010)
Jordan - Karama Human Rights Film Festival (since 2010)
Kyrgystan - Bir Duino (One World) Kyrgystan
Libya - Tripoli Human Rights Film Festival (since 2012)
Morocco - Festival Izerfan Human Rights Film Festival, Rabat (since 2007)
Nepal - Human Rights International Film Festival (since 2011)
Norway - Human Rights, Human Wrongs (since 2008)
Niger - FIFIDHO, Niamey (since 2012)
Philippines - Sine Karbengan (since 2011)
Romania - One World Romania (since 2008)
Russia - Stalker, Moscow (since 1995)
Sierra Leone - Open Your Eyes, Human Rights Film Festival, Freetown (since 2012)
Slovakia - Jeden Svet (One World) (since 2000)
Spain - Human Rights Film Festival of Barcelona (since 2004)
Tunisia - L'Ecran des Humains (since 2012)
Uganda - Manya Human Rights International Film Festival, Kampala (since 2010)
Bosnia Herzegovina - Sarajevo Film Festival (presents Human Rights Award)
China - China Queer Film Festival
Croatia - ZagrebDox (presents HR Award)
Denmark - CPH:DOX (presents HR Award)
Germany - Berlin International Film Festival (presents HR Award)
Germany - Unabhängigen FilmFestes Osnabrück (presents HR Award)
India - Flashpoint, Delhi, Mumbai
India - Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival
Ireland - Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival
Italy - Pesaro Film Festival (presents HR Award)
Kosovo - Rolling Film Festival
Kosovo - Dokufest, Prizren (presents HR Award)
Macedonia - MakeDox, Skopje (presents HR Award)
Mexico - Documental Ambulante
Mexico - DocsDF (presents HR Award)
The Netherlands - International Documentary Festival Amsterdam
Peru - DocuPeru, travelling
Portugal - IndieLisboa (presents HR Award)
Romania - FreeReel Mobile Cinema
Russia - Side By Side
South Africa - Durban International Film Festival
Turkey - DocumentarIST, Istanbul (presents HR Award)
Uganda - Amakula Kampala International Film Festival, Kampala
UAE - Dubai International Film Festival (presents HR Award)
Uruguay - Llamale H
USA - Artivist Film Festival, L.A. (presents HR Award)
Germany, Cinema for Peace - provides support of film projects that focus on humanitarian and justice issues (presents Human Rights Film Award).
Ireland, Irish Council for Civil Liberties - Human Rights Film Competition on human rights issues in or related to Ireland.
Ireland, Summer School in Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy
Italy, ESoDoc – European Social Documentary is a training initiative for activist documentary filmmakers.
The Netherlands, IDFA Fund - The IDFA Fund, formerly known as the Jan Vrijman Fund, supports documentary filmmakers and festivals in developing countries.
The Netherlands, Hubert Bals Fund - The Hubert Bals Fund (HBF) is an initiative of the International Film Festival Rotterdam that provides grants to remarkable cinema projects in various stages of completion.
The Netherlands, Mobile Cinema Foundation - assists and collaborates with filmmakers and civil society organisations in setting up Mobile Cinema projects all around the world.
UK, The Good Pitch - brings together filmmakers with NGOs, foundations, philanthropists, brands and media around leading social issues – to forge coalitions and campaigns.
USA, Witness - uses video and other technology to fight for human rights.