14th Edition of the Geneva Human Rights Film Festival (FIFDH) from 4 to 13 March 2016

January 28, 2016

Save the dates: From 4 to 13 March 2016, the Geneva Human Rights Film Festival (FIFDH) will welcome close to 200 filmmakers and international personalities. This year, for the first time, the Festival will be also screened in 11 municipalities of the Greater Geneva area, including Anières, Bernex, Meyrin and Chêne Bourg and  We also screen films in Lausanne, in partnership with Cinémathèque Suisse and Amnesty International. While waiting for the full programme’s announcement on the 23th of February, you could have a look at the debates of the 2015 edition.

Leila Alaoui ©Augustin Le GallFrench-Moroccan photographer and video artist Leila Aloui died tragically on the 18th of January 2016 following injuries sustained during the attacks in Ouagadougou. She was to be honored during the upcoming edition of the Festival and was responsible for the photograph featured on the poster. The Festival will pay tribute to her during the 2016 edition.
VOLUNTEERS. The Festival welcomes volunteers from 4 to 13 March: More information here.

One Response to “14th Edition of the Geneva Human Rights Film Festival (FIFDH) from 4 to 13 March 2016”


  1. […] is dedicated to memory of the artist Leila Alaoui, who fell victim to the attack in Ouagadougou (https://thoolen.wordpress.com/2016/01/28/14th-edition-of-the-geneva-human-rights-film-festival-fifdh…). The opening takes place in the presence of te UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid […]


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