Amnesty International Hong Kong will be hosting its eighth annual human rights film festival from September 26 to October 4.
The festival will feature six documentaries focusing on five human rights themes: peace and freedom, migrant workers, freedom of speech, civil society, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, democracy, and internet surveillance.
Featured films include “Freedom for the Wolf,” which showcases democratic movements around the world, with a nod to the 2014 Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong.
According to festival organisers, over 3,000 people attend the festival every year.
There will be a free public screening of “Free Speech Free Fear,” which features an interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, on October 13 at 8pm outside SKH Kei Wing Primary School in Mong Kok.
The event is set to take place at the Broadway Cinematheque in Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon – next to MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C.
Accessible captions in Chinese will be available; audio description in Cantonese will be provided during the screening and Hong Kong sign interpretation will be available in the post-screening discussion.
|26/9||Wed||20:00||Freedom for the Wolf||Chinese accessible captions|
|27/9||Thu||19:50||The Workers Cup||Chinese accessible captions|
|28/9||Fri||20:00||Freedom for the Wolf||Chinese accessible captions,Audio description in Cantonese, Post-screening discussion in Hong Kong Sign Language|
|29/9||Sat||15:00||Candle in the Wave||Chinese accessible captions|
|29/9||Sat||17:20||Last Men In Aleppo||Chinese accessible captions|
|30/9||Sun||13:50||Waiting for Giraffes||Chinese accessible captions|
|30/9||Sun||15:50||The Workers Cup||Chinese accessible captions,Post-screening discussion in Hong Kong Sign Language|
|1/10||Mon||14:00||The Cleaners||Chinese accessible captions|
|1/10||Mon||16:00||Waiting for Giraffes||Chinese accessible captions, Audio description in Cantonese, Post-screening discussion in Hong Kong Sign Language|
|2/10||Tue||19:35||Last Men In Aleppo||Chinese accessible captions|
|3/10||Wed||19:30||Candle in the Wave||Chinese accessible captions|
|4/10||Thu||19:50||The Cleaners||Chinese accessible captions,Audio description in Cantonese, Post-screening discussion in Hong Kong Sign Language|
Tickets cost HK$85 (HK$68 for VIP and MM MOViE MOViE members) and are available from August 27 onward at the cinema box office or ATM.
You can register for tickets online here. More information on the film schedule can be found of the event web page, or you can call their hotline at +852 2388 0002.