A successful 14th Mobile Film Festival awards nine films
- The winning films are now available online, free of copyright for all types of media: TV, radio and web
The 14th edition of the Mobile Film Festival has celebrated human rights in partnership with YouTube Creators for Change, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights and the European Union as part of the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. From 715 films from 81 countries that were submitted, an official selection of 51 films from 19 countries has already generated 21 million views.
This special Human Rights edition of the Mobile Film Festival concluded with nine award-winning films addressing issues on women's rights, the migrant crisis, children's rights and the defense of LGBT minorities. In the words of the festival's organisers, "These films call to people's minds, question them, provoke them, disturb them. It is impossible to feel indifferent to these films, which have such cinematic qualities and evocative power."
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, here are the nine films on the list that address the major issues of human rights today. These films are available, free of copyright for all types of media: TV, radio and web.
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