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Skoll Foundation and Sundance Institute Present Celebrating .Stories of Change. Panel at 2012 Sundance Film Festival

Skoll Foundation And Sundance Institute Present

Celebrating .Stories Of Change. Panel

At 2012 Sundance Film Festival

Fifth Stories of Change Convening for Filmmakers and Social Entrepreneurs

The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program and the Skoll Foundation today announced a special Celebrating .Stories of Change. panel to be held at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The panel celebrates the fifth anniversary of the Stories of Change: Social Entrepreneurship in Focus Through Documentary initiative, dedicated to exploring film’s role in advancing knowledge about social entrepreneurship.

At this special event on Tuesday, January 24, 3:00 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre, Skoll Foundation President and CEO Sally Osberg will moderate a thought-provoking dialogue between award-winning filmmakers (including clips from their work) and innovators who are impacting millions. Panelists include Joia Mukherjee (Partners in Health), Jehane Noujaim (Director, Control Room), Bunker Roy (Founder, Barefoot College) and Kief Davidson (Director, The Devil.s Miner). Ticket information is available atwww.
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival, June 16-30

The 2011 Human Rights Watch Film Festival Co-presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center

June 16-30 at the Walter Reade Theater Program of 19 Films from 12 Countries . including 17 New York Premieres

Now in its 22nd year, the 2011 Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to New York with an extraordinary program of films set to inspire, inform and spark debate. A co-presentation of Human Rights Watch and the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the festival will run from June 16 to 30 at the Film Society.s Walter Reade Theater. Nineteen of the best human rights themed films from 12 countries will be screened, 17 of them New York premieres. A majority of the filmmakers will be on hand after the screenings to discuss their films with the audience.

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival program this year is organized around four themes: Truth, Justice and Accountability; Times of Conflict and Responses to Terrorism; Human Dignity,
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival Announces Line-Up

Nineteen films from twelve countries make up the 2011 Human Rights Watch Film Festival, June 16-30 at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center.

Co-presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the festival is organized around four themes:

- Truth, Justice and Accountability

- Times of Conflict and Responses to Terrorism

- Human Dignity, Discrimination and Resources

- Migrants’ and Women’s Rights.

Launching on June 16 with the political thriller “The Whistleblower,” starring Rachel Weisz and David Strathairn, other special features include a centerpiece portrait of Harry Belafonte titled “Sing Your Song,” a tribute to the photographer, filmmaker and journalist, “No Boundaries: Tim Hetherington,” recently killed in Libya, and a HIV/AIDS themed drama, “Life, Above All” from South Africa will close out the festival.

Here’s the official word on the films in the program. For the complete line-up, screening and scheduling information, go to http://www.hrw.org/iff

Truth,
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival Announces Line-Up

Nineteen films from twelve countries make up the 2011 Human Rights Watch Film Festival, June 16-30 at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center.

Co-presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the festival is organized around four themes:

- Truth, Justice and Accountability

- Times of Conflict and Responses to Terrorism

- Human Dignity, Discrimination and Resources

- Migrants’ and Women’s Rights.

Launching on June 16 with the political thriller “The Whistleblower,” starring Rachel Weisz and David Strathairn, other special features include a centerpiece portrait of Harry Belafonte titled “Sing Your Song,” a tribute to the photographer, filmmaker and journalist, “No Boundaries: Tim Hetherington,” recently killed in Libya, and a HIV/AIDS themed drama, “Life, Above All” from South Africa will close out the festival.

Here’s the official word on the films in the program. For the complete line-up, screening and scheduling information, go to http://www.hrw.org/iff

Truth,
See full article at Moving Pictures Network »

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