One World Echoes

This screening is part of One World Echoes documentary program celebrating the 15th anniversary of One World, the world´s largest human rights documentary film festival established in Prague in 1998 by the Czech NGO People in Need. One World Echoes offer a selection of extraordinary documentary films exploring societies and individual lives from the human rights perspective and representing various countries where People in Need, the biggest NGO in Eastern and Central Europe, runs its human rights, relief and development projects.

More information at www.oneworld.cz/echoes

Toldi
Nov 6, 16:15
English Subtitles & Hungarian Simultaneous Translation
Stéphanie Lamorré | France | 2012 | 52min | Arabic & English & French
Clandestine footage reveals three destinies in Bahrain’s recent violent protests.
Toldi
Nov 6, 16:15
English & Hungarian Subtitles
Ewa Weber | UK | 2012 | 47min | English & French
As the sun sets over Conakry, Guinea, hundreds of students search for electricity around the city to prepare for exams.
Toldi
Nov 6, 21:45
English Subtitles & Hungarian Simultaneous Translation
Toldi
Nov 10, 18:15
English Subtitles & Hungarian Simultaneous Translation
Művész
Nov 9, 19:15
English Subtitles & Hungarian Simultaneous Translation
Vitaly Mansky | Russia | 2011 | 99min | Spanish
Off the beaten tourist tracks, the film exposes the everyday joys and worries of Cubans, young and old.
Cirko
Nov 7, 16:30
English Subtitles
Művész
Nov 9, 17:45
English Subtitles & Hungarian Simultaneous Translation
Klara Tasovska, Lukas Kokeš | Czech Republic | 2012 | 70min | Russian
A time-travel journey to the Communist past in Pridnestrovie’s present, where songs on television still celebrate the president and the secret police keeps a watchful eye on citizens.