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Judge Sebutinde
Masterclass Judge Julia Sebutinde

Thursday 30 March, 16:00h, Foyer Theater aan het Spui, The Hague

Judge Julia Sebutinde (International Court of Justice) delivers the annual Camera Justitia Masterclass. She reflects on a selection of film fragments from this year’s festival programme and speaks about the role of law in the global search for peace and justice. Moderated by philosopher of law Heikelina Verrijn Stuart.

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No Place for a Rebel

Interested in law, peace and justice in Uganda, Judge Sebutinde's country of origin? On Thursday 30 March, the film No Place for a Rebel is screened at 14:30h, before the Masterclass. Tickets for the film can be ordered through the festival’s box office.

No Place for a Rebel  tells the story of former child soldier Opono Opondo (27), who returns to his hometown in Uganda after 16 years of fighting for the Lord’s Resistance Army. The film touches upon the many dilemmas faced by a conflict-torn society: how can justice be done? who are the victims, who are the perpetrators? Is reconcilliation possible?

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The Verdict

Do you want to experience how it feels to be a Judge? On Thursday 30 March, the film The Verdict is screened at 13:30h, before the Masterclass. Tickets for the film can be ordered through the festival’s box office. FREE FOR STUDENTS.

In this thrilling courtroom drama it is the audience that decides on the film's outcome by passing judgement on a classic horrible dilemma. Is the jet fighter pilot who shot down a hijacked aircraft responsible for the death of its 163 passengers? Or should he receive a medal of honour for saving 70,000 people in a football stadium, the intended target of the hijackers?

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Camera Justitia

The Camera Justitia programme focuses on law and justice. Eight films shed light on judicial dilemmas and the challenges of (international) legal systems. The Camera Justitia selection 2017 consists of four documentaries Algo Mio -  Argentina's Stolen Children, No Place for a Rebel, Solitary, and Zero Days, and four fiction films, Apprentice,  Bram Fischer, A Good Wife, and The Verdict.

The screenings are followed by in-depth Q&As and discussions with film makers and experts. An international jury selects the winner of the Camera Justitia Award.

The programme is made possible by vfonds.

Click here for a complete overview of the Camera Justitia programme
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