Camera Justitia: Films on justice and law
The Movies that Matter Festival presents Camera Justitia, a special programme on law and justice. With eight powerful films, two masterclasses and many discussions on the rule of law, the fight against impunity, legal dilemmas and miscarriages of justice, this programme sheds light on many aspects of law, justice and human rights.
The Camera Justitia programme includes six documentaries and two feature films on various subjects, dealing with the administration of justice in China in Ai Weiwei: the Fake Case, miners’ strikes in South Africa in Miners Shot Down, the trial against Neo-Nazis in Hungary: Judgment in Hungary and the legal status of girls in Morocco who have been cast away by their family in Dance of Outlaws. The documentary Closed Sea is about the interception of refugees at sea by the Italian coast guard, while Narco Cultura zooms in on the Mexican drug war. The programme further includes Flemish courtroom thriller Het Vonnis, and 5 Jahre Leben, about the detention of German citizen Murat Kurnaz at Guantanamo Bay.
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