The Seventh Annual "Human Dignity, Equality and Justice" Film Festival, organized jointly by the United Nations in Belarus, the Delegation of the European Union in Belarus, several embassies and international organizations will be held from 1 to 10 December 2014 in the Pobeda Cinema.

The Seventh Annual "Human Dignity, Equality and Justice" Film Festival, organized jointly by the United Nations in Belarus, the Delegation of the European Union in Belarus, several embassies and international organizations will be held from 1 to 10 December 2014 in the Pobeda Cinema.

The Festival programme includes feature films produced in Brazil, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Italy, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Sweden, Sri Lanka, Finland, France and Japan. Each of the films reflects one or more of the various aspects of human rights – the rights of children, women, disabled and other vulnerable groups. They also reveal social problems such as violence, corruption, human trafficking, and illegal migration.

As part of the Festival, a themed exhibition of posters on the fight against human trafficking will be displayed in the foyer of the cinema. Materials for the exhibition were provided by the Delegation of the European Union in Belarus, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Organization for Migration and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus.

The Festival programme includes the following films:

December 1 – Hævnen (Revenge), Denmark, 2010;

December 2 – Les neiges du Kilimandjaro (The Snows of Kilimanjaro), France, 2011;

December 3 – Matterhorn, the Netherlands, 2013;

December 4 – Oranges and Sunshine, United Kingdom, 2010;

December 5 – Call Girl, Sweden, 2012;

December 6 – Megumi, Japan, 2008;
                       Capitães da Areia (Captains of the Sand), Brazil, 2011;

December 7 – Student (Student), Kazakhstan, 2012;

December 8 – È stato il figlio  (There was a Son), Italy, 2012;

December 9 – Leijonasydän (Heart of a Lion), Finland, 2013;

December 10 – Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka (With You, Without You), Sri Lanka, 2012

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All films will be shown with Russian subtitles.
The screenings start at 19.00.

Entrance to all screenings is free of charge. Tickets can be obtained at the Pobeda cinema on the day of the show from 18.00 onwards. The number of tickets is limited to the number of seats in the cinema.