There are 15 docs and dramas showing at London’s Human Rights Watch Film Festival, a ten-day cinema shindig that brings to life some of world’s human rights abuses. Some are harrowing, some invigorating, while all are eye-opening.
Films like ‘No Box for Me: An Intersex Story’ and ‘The Cleaners’ challenge gender binaries, medicine, technology and social media, while other films tackle themes like whistle-blowing, oppression and David v Goliath stories. As the festival hits London, here are our top five picks of the films showing. For more information and to book tickets visit the Human Rights Watch Film Festival London website here.
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