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One World Travels to Brussels

May 14 - 23, 2012, One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival will present highlights of its 2012 programme in Brussels - screenings of some twenty docs and Q&A's. The festival will open with Petr Lom's Back to the Square; Czech docs include Love in the Grave (dir. David Vondráček) and Race to the Bottom (dir. Vít Janeček).


For the sixth year, the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival also will be held in Brussels. From 14 to 23 May 2012, the festival will offer nearly two dozen new documentary films and panel discussions with politicians, human rights activists and/or international NGO leaders.

Browse the programme for more details. All screenings (except at Bozar) are free of charge. However, tickets must be ordered in advance here.

Opened by Back to the Square introduced in Brussels by the film´s director Petr Lom himself, the Brussels part of One World features, for instance, Prague-acknowledged two-award winning film Who Killed Natasha? as well as Czech documentaries represented by Love in the Grave or Race to the Bottom, and many others.

The screenings will take place at the European Parliament, Bozar Centre for Fine Arts, Goethe Institute, and the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the European Union.

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