Video shot during the Festival Impact Lab 2015 with the question: Which film changed your life?
The 2015 edition of Cinema without Borders focused on impact strategies and was organised during IDFA. Participants from Asia, Africa, Europe joined to learn more about strategies for impact and how to measure that. Read more.
During the Karama Human Rights Film Festival in Jordan, Amman, Moviest that Matter organised a workshop programme about setting up a human rights film festival in the Middle East or Northern Africa. The programme was especially designed for participants from the Middle East and Northern Africa and took place from 6 to 9 December 2014. Read more.
During the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) in November 2013, the fifth edition of Cinema without Borders was held, with a specific focus on mobile cinema with participants from Burma, Colombia, Guatemala, Sierra Leone, and the Philippines. Read more
In March 2012, the international workshop programme Cinema without Borders was held for the fourth time. Thirteen guests from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Southeast Europe – took part in the programme, which was held during the Movies that Matter Festival in The Hague. Read more.
The third edition of the international outreach programme Cinema without Borders took place during the Movies that Matter Festival in the Hague (March 2010). Thirteen guests – among which activists, journalists and film makers coming from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe – participated. Read more.
Movies that Matter organised the second edition of its outreach programme Cinema without Borders at Amnesty International Film Festival (AIFF) 2008.
Fifteen applicants were invited, from countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe to participate in interactive workshops and inspiring meetings. Among the guests are filmmakers and activists who plan to stage a human rights film event in countries like Afghanistan, Russia, Ukraine, Indonesia, Thailand, Kenya, Suriname and Peru. Read more.
During the Amnesty International Film Festival 2006 in Amsterdam, the first Cinema without Borders workshop took place. Movies that Matter invited eleven participants from all over the world to take part in the workshops about how to set up a human rights film festival and how to organise a special youth education programme. Read more.