Welcome to the 6th edition of the Human Rights Human Wrongs Documentary Film Festival in Oslo, Norway!
We’ve been working hard to find the best current documentary films about human rights issues and to put together inspiring debates and cultural events. We hope you’ll find the festival’s offerings engaging and memorable. It’s easy to feel powerless when faced with the great injustices in the world. Understanding enough to have an opinion is the first step out of this frustration. We strongly believe that independent documentary film is an absolutely necessary source of information. Join us; we’ll go beyond the news headlines, see different perspectives and form new understandings. THIS is what you’ll be talking about tomorrow. We have 18 great films and more than 50 international and Norwegian guests: filmmakers, activists and experts. All of the films will be screened at the newly renovated Victoria Kino, with accompanying debates and introductions. At Parkteatret you can meet the festival guests, partake in debates, and see performances and concerts that link to the films’ themes. Side events will take place at a number of other venues in Oslo. We hope you enjoy the festival and come away from it with new perspectives on the state of affairs in the world today. See you there!
KETIL MAGNUSSEN, FESTIVAL DIRECTOR NATALYA SARCH, PROGRAM MANAGER
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IN FOCUS: STATEBUILDING
IN FOCUS: DRUG WARS IN MEXICO
10 -KUNSTPLASS 5 EXHIBITION 12 LITTERATURHUSET 13 FILMMAKERS/CHANGEMAKERS SEMINAR 14 IN FOCUS: TORTURE 15 IN FOCUS: OL I SOTSJI 16 PROGRAM OVERVIEW: OTHER VENUES 18 PROGRAM OVERVIEW: VICTORIA KINO 20 SPECIAL EVENTS: VICTORIA KINO 21 FILMS: VICTORIA KINO 30 EVENTS: OTHER VENUES 33 FESTIVAL GUESTS 35 VENUES AND TICKETS 36 PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
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TUES, FEB 4TH - 20:00 VICTORIA KINO DANGEROUS ACTS STARRING THE UNSTABLE ELEMENTS OF BELARUS
Join us for the opening film at Victoria Kino! Andrei Sannikov and Natalya Radina are the evening’s guests of honor. In addition to the screening, there will be music, speeches, and a celebration with our organizing partners. The film Dangerous Acts about Belarus Free Theatre is essentially about how an underground theater is able to fight back on the grave human rights challenges in Belarus: the mass arrests, the lack of freedom of expression, the humiliation and stifling of cultural expressions and the brutality of the regime. The New York Times has described Belarus Free Theatre as one of the most powerful underground theaters on the planet. The acclaimed British playwright Tom Stoppard emphasizes their high artistic standard – Belarus Free Theatre presents its message by being as artistically interesting as possible. The theater has also been dubbed the world’s bravest theater. Belarusian freedom fighters must be brave because they run a great risk by demanding democracy in Europe’s last dictatorship. Two of the most prominent figures of the fight for freedom in Belarus, the opposition leader Andrei Sannikov and the award-winning editor and journalist Natalya Radina have experienced this firsthand. During a demonstration in Minsk on December 19th, 2010, both were brutally arrested and imprisoned. While Radina was released after a short time, but forced into internal exile, Sannikov was severely beaten and sentenced to five years in prison. His wife Irina Khalip was put under house arrest, and the government threatened to take away their little son, Danik. After huge international pressure, Andrei Sannikov was released in April 2012. He and Radina have chosen, as they say, to temporarily leave Belarus in order to continue the fight for democracy, dignity, and survival. Their story is Belarus Free Theatre’s lived drama. Meet them during the opening night event. INTRODUCTION BY: NATALYA RADINA AND ANDREI SANNIKOV SLAM POETRY: FREDRIK HØYER DANCE: HANNAH MJÅVATN DOUBLE BASS: MORTEN MINOTHI KRISTIANSEN HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
There will be debates and events all evening at Parkteatret. Come for the whole night, or stop by after seeing one of the films!
PARKTEATRET WEDNESDAY 5TH, THURSDAY 6TH AND FRIDAY 7TH 17:30 – 24:00 Come to Parkteatret on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to meet festival guests, join in debates, listen to filmmakers, activists and this year’s festival artists. This is where the in-depth debates will be, the concerts, the performances, the experiences. Stop by after a film, stay for the whole evening, or for just a little while. Danu will host the evenings at Parkteatret
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WED, FEB 5TH PARKTEATRET DEBATE: HOW TO BUILD A NATION FROM SCRATCH
17:30 - 24:00
(STATE BUILDERS - SOUTH SUDAN)
100 KR/70 KR STUDENTS TICKETS AT THE DOOR FREE ENTRY WITH CINEMA TICKET FROM THE SAME DAY.
PRESENTED BY THE NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (NUPI)
Is there a one-size-fits-all model for building a democratic state? When South Sudan became an independent country in 2011, they started from scratch after 50 years of civil war. Do international experts and the UN have the right recipe? With: Cedric de Coning, Head of the research group for Peace Operations and Peacebuilding at NUPI, Øyvind Eggen, Policy Director for the Evaluation Department at NORAD and Liv Tørres, Secretary General at the Norwegian People’s Aid. Moderator: Tove Gravdal, Morgenbladet. Read more on p. 8 and about the film State Builders p.29.
DEBATT: BURMAS UTFORDRINGER (30 MIN) PRESENTERT AV DEN NORSKE BURMAKOMITÉ
PROGRAM: 17:30 DOORS OPEN 18:00 DEBATE 1: SOUTH SUDAN STATE BUILDERS 19:15 DEBATE 2: BURMA UPDATE 19:45 MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS 21:00 PERFORMANCE: THE MAKING OF BIG MEN WITH RACHEL BOYNTON 21:30 MINI-CONCERT WITH MORTEN ZAKARIA WITH BAND
Burma er i gang med en bemerkelsesverdig reformprosess som har blitt applaudert av en hel verden. Det er ingen tvil om at det har skjedd store positive forandringer, men bildet er mer nyansert og problematisk enn det ofte presenteres i media. Regjeringen er ikke valgt av folket og militæret har fortsatt avgjørende makt. Med: Oddny Gumaer, Partners Norge og Kristian Stokke, professor Universitetet i Oslo. Debate in Norwegian.
MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS
Alfredo Corchado is a journalist and the author of the book Midnight in Mexico. He reports on the drug wars in Mexico Dechen Pemba is invited by Voice of Tibet to talk about freedom of expression in Tibet Andrei Sannikov is a former presidential candidate in Belarus Orwa Nyrabia is active in the Syrian opposition movement and the producer of Return to Homs (p.28)
From top left: Dechen Pemba, Alfredo Corchado, Andrei Sannikov and Orwa Nyrabia
THE MAKING OF: BIG MEN A film about greed in West African oil exploration Rachel Boynton is the director of Big Men (see p. 23). She will show clips, talk about the making of the film and share her thoughts about the topic: Will Ghana escape the resource curse? Boynton has a unique ability to gain access and to delve deep into complex subjects.
CONCERT: MORTON ZAKARIA (sax) will play throughout the evening HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
THUR, FEB 6TH PARKTEATRET 17:30 - 24:00 100 KR/70 KR STUDENTS TICKETS AT THE DOOR FREE ENTRY WITH CINEMA TICKET FROM THE SAME DAY.
THE MAKING OF: DRONE Drone technology is a game changer with frightening consequences for modern warfare. Tonje Hessen Schei will present clips and talk about her upcoming documentary Drone.
DEBATE: GLOBAL SPORTS EVENTS & HUMAN RIGHTS
17:30 DOORS OPEN 18:00 THE MAKING OF: DRONE 19:15 DEBATE: GLOBAL SPORTS EVENTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS 20:00: MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS 21:00 NIGHTWIND, PERFORMED BY HECTOR ARISTIZÁBAL 22:00 CONCERT AMINA SEWALI + DJ SELECTA DOMINIC REUBEN
Global sports events have been criticized by human rights organizations and by labor unions for being complicit in human rights violations and violations of labor rights. The construction of sports venues in Sochi and the 2022 Fifa World Cup are two examples. See also Putin’s Games p. 28. With: Peggy Hessen Følsvik (LO) and John Peder Egenæs (Amnesty International Norway) and Håvard Øvregaard (The Norwegian Olympic Committee).
MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS Mariam Abu Khaled and Batoul Taleb from The Jenin Freedom Theater are the directors of Art/Violence (p. 22) Loten Namling is an amazing musician from Tibet, living in exile Amy Miller is the director of No Land No Food No Life (p.27)
NIGHTWIND - A PERFORMANCE ABOUT TORTURE AND HEALING WITH HECTOR ARISTIZÁBAL From top left: Mariam Abu Khaled, Batoul Taleb, Loten Namling and Amy Miller
Nightwind is a 30-minute performance based on Hector Aristizábal’s story of arrest and torture by the US-supported military in Colombia. After his release, he witnessed the killings of many friends and was forced into exile in the United States. When his brother was abducted and killed by the paramilitary groups in Colombia, his own rage and desire for violent revenge was awakened: what he calls “the terrorist within.” Inspired by his young children, he finds ways to transform these destructive energies into constructive action using theater as healing.
CONCERT: AMINA SEWALI Selecta Dominic Reuben will DJ Thursday and Friday 6 | HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
is a one-woman band from Uganda and Ethiopia, known for her fusionist combinations between different genres. She will perform throughout the evening.
FRI, FEB 7TH PARKTEATRET DEBATE: RUSSIA: CRIMINALIZING OPPOSITION?
17:30 - 24:00
On the evening of the opening of the 22nd Winter Olympics we will discuss the state of human rights in Russia. Under Putin’s rule, laws are being implemented that discriminate against sexual and other minorities and limit the influence of civil society. Being in opposition is becoming increasingly difficult, and sometimes illegal. Where is Russia headed?
100 KR/70 KR STUDENTS TICKETS AT THE DOOR FREE ENTRY WITH CINEMA TICKET FROM THE SAME DAY.
With: Julie Wilhelmsen (NUPI) and Bjørn Engesland (The Norwegian Helsinki Committee). Other participants to be announced.
DEBATE: ACTIVISM Protest beyond the law is not a departure from democracy; it is absolutely essential to it. Howard Zinn
PROGRAM: 17:00 DOORS OPEN 18:00 DEBATE 1: RUSSIA 19:00 DEBATE 2: ACTIVISM 20:30 MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS 21:30 CONCERT WITH OHNESORG 22:00 - 24:00: DJ SELECTA DOMINIC REUBEN
Mike Bonnano from the Yes Men will be here to lead a discussion on activism. We are living in the age of popular movements: never before have there been so many informal protest movements around the world. The Arab Spring (and winter), Indignados, Occupy, large demonstrations in many countries against government corruption, undemocratic practices and wars. The list is long. It seems there is a growing discontent and disillusion with the established systems. But what is activism actually? Why do people become activists? And what can activism achieve? With: Inna Shevchenko (FEMEN), Arash and Arman Riahi (directors of Everyday Rebellion) and Ahmed Zaino (activist from Syria). Benedikte Pryneid Hansen (attac). Other participants to be confirmed. Moderator: Mike Bonnano (The Yes Men). Read about Everyday Rebellion on p. 25.
MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS Gerald Ssentongo has been made a refugee because of the antigay law in Uganda Petr Lom and Corinne van Egeraat are the directors of Ana Ana (p. 21)
From top left: Mike Bonnano from The Yes Men, Inna Shevchenko from FEMEN, and Arman and Arash Riahi (directors of Everyday Rebellion)
CONCERT: OHNESORG will play between and after the talks and debates.
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STATEBUILDING: HOW TO MAKE A NEW COUNTRY
Cedric de Coning, Head of the research group for Peace Operations and Peacebuilding at NUPI
Make sure you catch THE DEBATE ON STATEBUILDING IN SOUTH-SUDAN AT PARKTEATRET WED, FEB 5TH, P. 5 A SCREENING OF STATE BUILDERS, THUR, FEB 6TH AT 17:15 OR SAT, FEB 8TH AT 14:30, P. 29
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Statebuilding refers to activities undertaken to help a society recovering from conflict to create new government institutions and strengthen existing ones. Since the late 1990s, the international community has embraced statebuilding as part of its peacebuilding efforts, and statebuilding tasks are now regularly part of UN peace operations. In some cases, like Kosovo, South Sudan or Timor Leste a conflict may have resulted in the need to help establish a new state. In others, statebuilding may help a country with fragile state institutions, like Yemen or Guinea Bissau, from lapsing into violent conflict, but in most cases, like Burundi, Liberia and Nepal, statebuilding is about re-establishing state institution after a conflict. Statebuilding involves engaging with state institutions such as parliament, the judiciary, a central bank, an independent electoral commission, and the executive branch of government. As insecurity and stability typically are major concerns in a society recovering from conflict, reforming the security sector is usually a priority, including the armed forces, the police and the intelligence services. Statebuilding is, however, not just about these formal state institutions. It is also about state-society relations and support for the civil society. Conflicts often result in people being mobilized around ethnic or religious identities, and statebuilding usually requires reconciliation among groups that may have been in conflict with each other. Statebuilding efforts to date has had mixed results. Some countries like Cambodia, Namibia and Nicaragua seem to have recovered from conflict, but many others have relapsed. Critics argue that statebuilding is premised on an idea of statehood that is rooted in the Western state formation experience. They argue that for statebuilding to be self-sustainable it must be locally owned and led, so that it can generate institutions that address the specific needs of the country concerned. The overall aim of statebuilding is to help establish a self-sustainable functioning state, but as this is a project that often requires generations to achieve, the interim aim is to reduce the risk of lapsing into violent conflict. The focus is thus on those aspects of societal dynamics that, left unaddressed, are most likely to result in a lapse into violent conflict. These typically involve youth unemployment, social grievances such as land occupation, judicial issues such as the lack of prosecution of past crimes and atrocities, and unfulfilled past agreements, such as reintegrating former combatants.
MIDNIGHT IN MEXICO - THE DRUG WARS
Production and trafficking of marijuana and heroin is an old phenomenon in Mexico, but in recent years, drug-related violence has increased excessively. Since 2006, over 100,000 have been killed and 25,000 have disappeared, most of it as a result of organized crime. Among the reasons is that the drug cartels obtained an important new source of income in the 1990s, when they gained control of the cocaine routes from South America to the United States. Another contributing factor is that the authorities started a major military offensive against the cartels in 2006, with support from the United States. It helped break up the old criminal power constellations and alliances between criminals and government, and resulted in the battles for territory and drug routes being carried out with increasingly more powerful weapons. Most of the weapons used in this war are smuggled from the United States to Mexico – the opposite route of the drugs – due to the liberal US gun legislation. From having been traditional mafia organizations, many of the cartels developed into transnational «franchise» businesses that include loosely coupled and extremely violent groups. At the same time, the violence has spread from the border areas to states all over Mexico. The income sources include not only drug trafficking, but also human trafficking, blackmail and kidnapping. The cartels also invest in restaurants, casinos, hotels and other legal activities, so that an increasing number of people become involved in the criminal economy. In connection with this, a culture has emerged where violence is glorified and drug lords (capos) are worshipped as heroes, including in the so-called narcocorridos («drug ballads»), which some times also can be critical to government corruption and neglect.
Benedicte Bull, Associate Professor - Centre for Development and Environment and Leader of Norwegian Latin America Research Network (NorLARNet).
Make sure you catch A SCREENING OF NARCO CULTURA, FRI, FEB 7TH AT 20:30 OR SAT, FEB 8TH AT 17:00, P. 27 BOOK TALK WITH ALFREDO CORCHADO AT LITTERATURHUSET, THUR, FEB 6TH AT 19:00, P. 12
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UTSTILLINGSPERIODE: 25. JANUAR - 22. FEBRUAR VERNISSAGE: LØR. 25. FEB 15:00 INA TIN, SENIORRÅDGIVER I AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, ÅPNER UTSTILLINGEN.
-kunstplass 5 Olaf Ryes Plass 5 (langs Markveien på Grünerløkka) www.kunstplass5.no [email protected]
tel: 901 16 493 Opening hours: Weekdays 12:00-18:00 Weekend: 12:00-16:00
SAT, JAN 25TH - 15:00 VERNISSAGE OPENING BY INA TIN, SENIOR ADVISOR, AMNESTY INTERATIONAL
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FESTIVALUTSTILLING/FESTIVAL EXHIBITION –kunstplass 5 Velkommen til festivalutstilling på -kunstplass 5! Festivalutstillingen er et samarbeid mellom -kunstplass 5 og dokumentarfilmfestivalen Human Rights Human Wrongs 2014. Kunstnerne som stiller ut har alle personlige erfaringer fra krig, konflikt, flukt og brudd på menneskerettighetene. Arbeidene som vises gir et bilde på enkeltmenneskers maktesløshet i en krigssituasjon, men har samtidig universell relevans. Gjennom kunstneriske og estetiske virkemidler formidler de sterke historier både inne på -kunstplass 5 og ute på Olaf Ryes Plass. Gjennom kunst håper vi at du som publikum får en annerledes og kroppslig opplevelse av universelle human rights og human wrongs. Vi håper at du blir berørt, stopper opp og at kunsten skaper en reaksjon.
MARI MEEN HALSØY - INSTALLASJONER, FOTO OG VIDEO
”Wounds” er et stedsspesifikt og relasjonelt kunstprosjekt fra Beirut som består av installasjon, foto og video. Jeg har siden 2010 reparert krigens sår i Beiruts bybilde ved bruk av billedvev. Libanons hovedstad er sterkt preget av langvarig krig og politiske uroligheter. Bombede bygninger med utallige kulehull har i flere tiår stått igjen som monumenter over krigens herjinger. I ”Wounds” går jeg direkte inn i den fysiske og psykiske smerten, og plastrer bygningene som om de var menneskekropper. Vevnadene er tilpasset bygningenes sår og glir nesten usynlig inn i bybildet.
SHWAN DLER QARADAKI - VIDEOANIMASJON, TEGNING/MALERI, INSTALLASJON
THUR, FEB 6TH - 18:00 THUR, FEB 20TH - 18:00 SCREENINGS SALTE KYSS III AV SHWAN DLER QARADAKI FILMVISNING TORSDAG 6/2 & TORSDAG 20/2 KL. 18:00 FREE ENTRANCE
Med utgangspunkt i egne historier lager Shwan i tegninger, installasjoner, animasjons- og video-noveller. Med kurdisk bakgrunn og ti års opphold i Norge bak seg, har han gjort spenningsfeltet mellom frihet, muligheter, tradisjoner, brudd og fordommer til et gjennomgangstema. På -kunstplass 5 vil Shwan vise filmen Salte kyss III og lage et stedsspesifikt kunstverk som bl.a. handler om beskyttelse mot kjemiske våpen.
I Salte Kyss (31 min) skildrer Qaradaki barndommen i Kurdistan, ungdomstid på flukt og voksentid på vent i Norge med en personlig inderlighet som gjør oss direkte involvert i det vi ser. Filmen er laget som en digital billedfortelling med kunstverk i ulike teknikker. Kunstneren Shwan Dler Qaradaki er til stede under visningen.
AHMAD GHOSSEIN – VIDEO
Ghossein er en filmskaper og kunstner født i Beirut og nå bosatt i Norge og Beirut. På -kunstplass 5 vil Ahmad vise et nytt videoverk med tittelen “You have to swim you have no choice”. ”I have complex memories from my childhood growing up in a war zone” Ahmad Ghossein
er et visningssted for samtidskunst på Grünerløkka i Oslo. Vi ønsker å utfordre og overraske de besøkende - gjerne med en politisk brodd. -kunstplass 5 tilbyr i samarbeid med kunstnerne omvisninger for skoleklasser eller grupper. Ta gjerne kontakt.
Welcome to HRHW Festival Exhibition at -kunstplass 5! Three artists, with powerful aesthetic means, convey stories about war, conflict and violation of human rights. Mari Meen Halsøy (Norway), Ahmad Ghossein (Lebanon) and Shwan Dler Qaradaki (Kurdistan) will show a range of work from video and installations to photographs and drawing.
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FRI, FEB 7TH - 20:00 LITTERATURHUSET, WERGELAND PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH VOICE OF TIBET 100 KR, TICKETS AT THE DOOR
Make sure you catch THE SCREENING OF BANNED EXPRESSIONS, THUR, FEB 6TH AT 20:00 P. 20, 22
CONCERT: BANNED EXPRESSIONS FROM TIBET LOTEN NAMLING with HILDEGUNN ØISETH
Loten Namling is one of the most powerful voices of dedicated Tibetan artists. Based in exile, he has dedicated his life to “continue singing for the freedom of my brothers and sisters in Tibet and the preservation of the rich Tibetan culture and identity.” Together with Hildegunn Øiseth, this magic combination will take you on a fascinating journey into a broad spectrum of musical expessions. Hildegunn Øiseth plays different wind instruments and combines traditional Norwegian music with impulses and musical experiences from South Africa, Asia and The Middle East. As part of the “Banned Expression” Facebook campaign this Awareness Concert will also highlight the words and aspirations of imprisoned artists in Tibet.
THUR, FEB 6TH - 19.00 LITTERATURHUSET, NEDJMA PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH NORLARNET FREE ENTRANCE ALFREDO CORCHADO IN CONVERSATION WITH BENEDICTE BULL (UNIVERSITY OF OSLO)
Make sure you catch A SCREENING OF NARCO CULTURA, FRI. FEB. 7TH AT 20:30 OR SAT. FEB. 8TH AT 17:00, P. 27
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BOOK TALK - MIDNIGHT IN MEXICO: A REPORTER’S JOURNEY
Alfredo Corchado combines a thorough knowledge of Mexico’s politics and history with his own experiences. They reach from his childhood in rural Mexico, to being an immigrant and son of a Mexican agricultural worker (bracero) in the United States, and to life among international reporters in Mexico City. In a unique way he describes the atrocities of the drug war both from an analytical, journalistic standpoint and based on his own and his family’s experiences of attempts to be incorporated into the drug-economy and received death threats from the cartels. Alfredo Corchado will introduce both screenings of Narco Cultura, Fri, Feb 7th at 20:30 and Sat, Feb 8th at 17:00.
TUES, FEB 4TH - 09:00-16:00 FILMENS HUS. INDUSTRY SEMINAR: PRIVATE INVESTMENT & SOCIAL CHANGE DOCUMENTARY -A seminar, forum and meeting place for documentary filmmakers, human rights organizations, researchers, and investors who have the shared goal of creating social change.
In the USA, private investment in social change documentaries is far more common than in Norway, where such projects have largely been based on public financing. With a new political climate in Norway, it looks as if this situation is about to change. Are there different rules to the game when private money is involved? What should the relationship between filmmaker and investor be? How can documentary filmmakers keep their integrity? What can we learn from American experiences? Dan Cogan, founder Impact Partners, has been involved in financing The Cove, Detropia, Big Men, The Garden, The Ghosts of Abu Ghraib, No Impact Man, and The World Before Her. Rachel Boynton is the Director of Big Men and Our Brand is Crisis. She has a unique ability to gain access and to delve deep into complex subjects, as well as find funding for her films. Petr Lom is the Director of Ana Ana, and has made films in Kyrgyzstan, China, and Iran. He is currently working in Burma. Sarah Prosser is the Director of the British Council in Oslo. She was one of the founders of Human Rights Human Wrongs.
Knut Olav Åmås is the Deputy Minister of Culture in Norway. Ingrid Stange is the Founder of Partnership for Change in Oslo. She works with social impact and corporate responsibility. Bente Roalsvig is the Deputy Director of Fritt Ord, a private fund with the objective to protect and promote freedom of expression. Truls Berg is on the Advisory Board of VentureLab, an innovative group of entrepreneurs and developers. Tore Ole Rognaldsen is the CFO of Filmfondet Fuzz, a fund managed by the Bergen City Council, but that draws on private financial resources.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED HTTPS://WWW.DELTAGER.NO/ FILMMAKERS-CHANGEMAKERS 400/250 KR, LUNCH INCLUDED. PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH NORSK FILMFORBUND AND PARTNERSHIP FOR CHANGE
09:30 Introduction - Deputy Minister of Culture Knut Olav Åmås 09:45 How to Manage the Relationship Between Film Producer and Investor: Keynote - Dan Cogan (Impact Partners) 11:15 Maintaining Journalistic Integrity – Case Big Men: Conversation/ Q&A: Rachel Boynton (Director, Big Men) & Dan Cogan 13:15 Introduction to panel debate - Ingrid Stange (Partnership for Change) 13:30 “New Financing Models in Norway” Panel Debate: Bente Roalsvig (Fritt Ord), Truls Berg (VentureLab), Tor Ole Rognaldsen (Filmfondet Fuzz), more to be confirmed 15.00 “Documentary Film & Democracy Building” Petr Lom (Director, Ana Ana) Moderated by Sarah Prosser
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THERE IS NO JUSTIFICATION FOR TORTURE Nora Sveaass and Elisabeth Ng Langdal, Health and Human Rights Info (HHRI)
Make sure you catch -THE FILM SCREENING AND DEBATE AT VICTORIA KINO THUR, FEB 5TH AT 16:30 (DOCTORS OF THE DARK SIDE) P. 25 -HECTOR ARISTIZABAL’S PERFORMANCE OF NIGHTWIND AT PARKTEATRET, THUR, FEB 5TH AT 21.30, P. 6 - THE SCREENING OF AFTER LIFE ON SAT FEB 8TH AT 17:00, P. 21 - SEMINAR AT BJØRKNES SKOLE WED FEB 5TH AT 18:00, P.31 - SEMINAR AT THE OSLO UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ON FRI FEB 7 AT 11:00, P. 31
The prohibition against torture is absolute and the obligation to prevent torture, to investigate, punish the responsible and provide redress for persons subjected to torture is stated in the UN convention against torture, ratified by 154 states. There is no justification for torture. War, threat of terror or conflict cannot be invoked as reasons for torture. However, in the socalled war against terror, there is ample evidence that torture has been applied in interrogation of terror-suspects. Secret renditions and detention without basic legal safeguards have been part of this. The role played by CIA in these violations has been highlighted, but torture is practiced also by other states under the umbrella of fighting terrorism, or as part of ongoing conflict. Torture must be combated wherever it occurs. The fact that health personnel is involved in these destructive and prohibited acts, calls for strong action. Despite the absolute prohibition, torture is practiced and survivors of torture are found everywhere. 15 – 20 % of refugees arriving in Norway may have been exposed to torture, and torture may be done in ways that leave no visible scars. It is important to identify vulnerable asylum seekers, including torture victims, to provide them with care as well as protection. Torture is systematic destruction. It is severe pain inflicted where the person is unable to defend him/herself, under total control of another, and the powerlessness of the feeling that life collapses. The mind is confused and the body destroyed through pain and extreme conditions. Fear, helplessness and shame are induced together with extreme humiliation, in particular sexual and cultural humiliation. Torture is severe attack on dignity and the person may later feel unable to relate to others, with feelings of unworthiness, shame, deep mistrust and anxiety. Nightmares, intrusive memories, flashbacks, avoidance, fear and constant alertness are part of this. The strengthening of the international focus on the right to reparation and rehabilitation for victims of torture represents an important challenge to health professionals, particularly to those in the field of trauma research and treatment. The fulfillment of this right is a complex endeavor which raises many questions.
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The road to justice and reparation for those whose rights have been brutally violated is often long and the active presence of trauma-informed health professionals in this process is needed. States must be aware of their obligations to provide and ensure redress and rehabilitation to victims of torture and enable them to obtain this and hope for a future.
OL I SOTSJI: TAUSHET ER IKKE GULL Baksiden av av årets OL-medaljer er grumset til av menneskerettighetsbrudd. På få år har situasjonen i Russland gått fra vondt til verre. Putins tredje presidentperiode er kjennetegnet av en stadig økende heksejakt på ytrings- og organisasjonsfriheten. Journalister, advokater og menneskerettighetsaktivister blir utsatt for systematisk trakassering og forfølgelse. Vedtak av nye lover og endringer i eksisterende lovverk har ført til sterke begrensninger på muligheten til å motta og dele informasjon. Antipropagandaloven fyrer oppunder et allerede homofobisk klima, hvor lesbiske, homofile, bifile og transpersoner i økende grad blir utsatt for hatkriminalitet. Det blir stadig vanskeligere å rette et kritisk søkelys på myndighetenes overgrep og maktmisbruk.
John Peder Egenæs, generalsekretær i Amnesty International Norge
Få med deg DEBATTENE TORSDAG 6. FEBRUAR OG FREDAG 7. FEBRUAR PÅ PARKTEATET OG SE FILMEN PUTIN’S GAMES SØN. 9 FEB. KL 14:00 PÅ VICTORIA KINO, P. 28
Dette er grunnen til at Amnesty er svært bekymret for menneskerettighetssituasjonen i Russland. Dette er bakteppet for De XXII olympiske vinterleker. Nå er hele verdens blikk rettet mot Russland. Da må vi bruke sjansen til å fortelle om baksiden av medaljen. Argumentet om at de olympiske leker ikke har noe med politikk å gjøre holder ikke mål. OL i Sotsji er i høyeste grad en del av Putins propagandaprosjekt. Taushet er ikke gull. Amnesty oppfordrer alle til å bruke sin stemme til å forsvare rettighetene til dem som blir forsøkt truet til å tie. HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
PROGRAM - OTHER VENUES TUESDAY FEB 4TH FILMENS HUS
WEDNESDAY FEB 5TH PARKTEATRET
THURSDAY FEB 6 PARKTEATRET
09:00 10:00 11:00
Filmmakers/ Changemakers seminar p. 13
12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00
17:30 - 24:00 Human Rights Human Wrongs Live p. 5
18:00 Kveldsseminar: Lov og tortur p. 31
17:00 –24:00 Human Rights Human Wrongs Live p. 6
19:00 Book night in Me
Thur Feb 6th: Screening at -kun 5 at 18:00 -Salte Kyss III, see p. Festival Exhibition at -kunstplass 5: January 25th to February 22nd, Vernissage January 25th at 15.00 p. 10
Photo Exhibition “Too Young to Wed” at Oslo Rådhus: February 5th to Febru
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PROGRAM - OTHER VENUES
FRIDAY FEB 7TH PARKTEATRET
SATURDAY FEB 8TH HIOA
11:00 Lunsjpåfyll: Flykt, Frykt - og Fremtid? p. 31
15:00 Seminar: Tvangsretur til krigen i Afghanistan p. 32
17:00 – 24:00 Human Rights Human Wrongs Live p. 7
k talk Midexico p. 12
20:00 Banned Expressions Concert: Loten Namling & Hildegunn Øiseth p. 12
Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop: Friday, February 7th to Monday, February 10th p. 30
uary 16th p. 30
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PROGRAM - VICTORIA KINO TUES FEB 4TH
WED FEB 5TH
VICTORIA 1 VICTORIA 2 VICTORIA 1 VICTORIA 2 VICTORIA 3
THUR FEB 6TH VICTORIA 1
VICTORIA 2 VICTORI
09:00 Skolevisning: Terms and Conditions May Apply (lukket)
16:30 Doctors of the Dark Side p. 20, p. 25
17:15 Sta Builders p. 29
17:30 Big Men p. 23
18:00 #chicago-Girl p. 24
19:15 Everyday Rebellion, p. 25
20:00 20:00 Open- 20.15 Front-
ing Film: Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus p. 3, p. 24
line Club: Return to Homs p. 20, 28
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20:30 Ana Ana p. 21
20:30 No Land No Food No Life p. 27
20:15 Terms and Conditions May Apply p. 29
20.00 Banned Expressions, p. 20, 22
PROGRAM - VICTORIA KINO SAT FEB 8TH
FRI FEB 7TH
IA 3 VICTORIA 1 VICTORIA 2 VICTORIA 1 VICTORIA 2
SUN FEB 9TH VICTORIA 3
VICTORIA 2 VICTORIA 3
09:00 Skolevisning Light Fly Fly High (lukket) 14:30 #chicagoGirl p. 24
14:00 Putin’s Games p. 28
14:30 State Builders p. 29
16:00 No 16:30 God Loves Ugan- Land No Food No da p. 26 Life p. 27 17:00 Narco Cultura p. 27
17:45 Art/ 17:15 God Loves Ugan- Violence da p. 20, 26 p. 22
17:00 After Life: Four Stories of Torture p. 21
17:00 Terms and Conditions May Apply p. 29 18:15 Art/ Violence p. 22
18:30 Light Fly, Fly High p. 26 19:00 Big Men p. 23
20:30 Narco Cultura p. 27
19:15 Camp 14: Total Control Zone p. 23
20:00 Everyday Rebellion p. 25
20:15 Return to Homs p. 28 21:30 Return to Homs p. 28
21:00 Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus p. 24
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VICTORIA KINO - SPECIAL EVENTS
TUES, FEB 4TH - 20:15
RETURN TO HOMS - FRONTLINE CLUB
SCREENING AND DEBATE PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH LE MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE MORE INFO: WWW.FRONTLINE.AS SEE P. 28
In Frontline Club’s debate, we will look into the complexity of the Syrian resistance. Filmmaker Orwa Nyrabia, Senior Advisor Cecilie Hellestveit (ILPI), and others will discuss Syria’s status and future, moderated by Truls Lie (Le Monde Diplomatique).
WED, FEB 5TH - 19:15 SCREENING AND Q&A SEE P. 25
THUR, FEB 6TH - 16:30 SCREENING AND DEBATE PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS INFO SEE P. 25
EVERYDAY REBELLION - MEET THE ACTIVISTS The directors of the film, as well as FEMEN’s Inna Shevchenko, and Syrian activist Ahmed Zaino will be present at this screening to share some of their experiences and answer questions. What can activism achieve in today’s political climate?
DOCTORS OF THE DARK SIDE - TORTURE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TERROR Doctors and psychologists have taken part in interrogations where torture was used, and are as such responsible both for serious violations of international human rights law as well as their own professional ethics. The themes of the debate will be the obligation to prevent torture and to provide rehabilitation for victims of torture.
THUR, FEB 6TH - 20:30
BANNED EXPRESSIONS WORLD PREMIERE
PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH VOICE OF TIBET SEE P. 22
World Premiere of the film “Banned Expressions.” This film will take you on a fascinating and disturbing journey behind China’s iron curtain and highlight the work and fate of Tibetan writers and artists. Dechen Pemba and Loten Namling will perform.
FRI, FEB 7TH - 17:15
GOD LOVES UGANDA - GAY RIGHTS IN AFRICA
PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH LLH, FELLESRÅDET FOR AFRIKA, AND UGANDA ASSOCIATION SEE P. 26
Since the film was made, the Ugandan parliament passed an anti-gay law, which has been met with international protests. Gerald Ssentongo (SMUG), Niels Jacob Harbitz (ILPI), and Jan Bjarne Sødal (LLH) will discuss the situation in Uganda and the evangelical Christian movement’s political influence in the region.
SUN, FEB 9TH - 17:00
TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY APPLY - SURVEILLANCE
PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH PRIO SEE P. 29
Do we consent to total surveillance? Corporations and governments are following our every move online, we’re not in control of our cyber presence. A conversation between Jon Wessel-Aas and Lee Andrew Bygrave. Moderated by Rocco Bellanova (PRIO).
THUR, FEB 6TH - 09:00 FRI, FEB 7TH - 09:00
SCHOOL SCREENINGS The festival will organize the following screenings for schools: (CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC) TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY APPLY LIGHT FLY, FLY HIGH
PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH FN-SAMBANDET
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AFTER LIFE - 4 STORIES OF TORTURE
MERVI JUNKKONEN, 58’, 2011, FINLAND, ENG SUBS
CORINNE VAN EGERAAT, PETR LOM, 75’, 2013, THE NETHERLANDS, ENG SUBS
SAT, FEB 8TH 17:00 VICTORIA KINO
WED, FEB 5TH 20:30 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction by Nora Sveeaas (HHRI)
Q&A with Directors Petr Lom and Corinne van Egeraat after the film
Presented in collaboration with Health and Human Rights Info
Four men have survived torture, managed to flee their countries, and have come to Finland to seek asylum. But life isn’t easy when they’re faced with an illogical asylum system while struggling with the horror they have been through. This film questions whether immigration systems in European countries have forgotten about humanity. Fire menn har overlevd tortur og har flyktet fra sine respektive hjemland. De har kommet til Finland for å søke asyl men livet er ikke så enkelt når alt de kjenner fra før er borte og de må streve både med sine egne traumer og med et system som er vanskelig å manøvrere og å forstå. Denne filmen viser både menneskene bak asylsøknadene og stiller spørsmål om hvorvidt Europas flyktningepolitikk har kastet menneskeligheten på båten.
RELATED EVENTS: DOCTORS OF THE DARK SIDE: P. 20, 25, NIGHTWIND AT PARKTEATRET: P. 6, LUNSJPÅFYLL AT HIOA: P. 31, KVELDSSEMINAR AT BJØRKNES HØYSKOLE: P. 31
Presented in collaboration with Fritt Ord
Ana Ana is a cinematic poem about four young Egyptian women, set in an Egypt where dreams of the revolution have begun to unravel, and women’s rights are tremendously vulnerable. Most of the material is filmed by the characters themselves, who worked with the film’s directors over the course of two years. They find ways to express their dreams and desires in an extraordinarily open and intimate way, using metaphors and cinematic storytelling to transform their everyday struggles into the sublime. Their voices tell a story about universal desire for creativity and freedom. Ana Ana er en poetisk film om fire unge egyptiske kvinner som forteller om sine liv og håp etter at revolusjonens første begeistring har gått over til bekymring for framtiden.
RELATED EVENTS: PETR LOM AT FILMMAKERS/ CHANGEMAKERS SEMINAR: P. 13, PETR LOM AND CORINNE VAN EGARAAT AT PARKTEATRET: P. 7
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BATOUL TALEB, MARIAM ABU KHALED, UDI ALONI, 75’, 2013, USA, PALESTINE, ENG SUBS
SONAM WANGDUE / VOT, 2013, 40’, INDIA
FRI, FEB 7TH 17:45 VICTORIA KINO
THUR, FEB 6TH 20:00 VICTORIA KINO
Q&A with Directors Batoul Taleb and Mariam Abu Khaled after the film
WORLD PREMIERE Presentation by Dechen Pemba Performance by Loten Namling
SUN, FEB 9TH 18:15 VICTORIA KINO Q&A with Directors Batoul Taleb and Mariam Abu Khaled after the film “We have to stand up again on our feet – we are now living on our knees” -Juliano Mer-Khamis, the founder of Freedom Theatre in Jenin, Palestine. The occupation of Palestine is not just an occupation of land; it’s an occupation of culture and identity. Juliano Mer-Khamis was assassinated in 2011. This film is a tribute to him, and shows us the power theater and art can have in giving oppressed people agency, power, and meaning. Denne filmen viser hvilken betydning teater og kunst har for å styrke identitet og overlevelse hos et undertrykket folk. Juliano Mer-Khamis, grunnleggeren av Jenin Freedom Theatre, ble drept i 2011. Filmen er en hyllest til ham, laget av to av hans studenter sammen med en tidligere kollega og venn. RELATED EVENTS: BATOUL TALEB AND MARIAM ABU KHALED AT PARKTEATRET: P. 4
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Presented by Voice of Tibet
Short film: Modern Enlightenment (14 min) by Joe Baur before main feature. An event with premiere screening of the film “Banned Expressions in Tibet” (40 mins). The event also contains a presentation by Dechen Pemba and stage performance by Loten Namling. Tibet is closed to the outside world. Basic human rights, like freedom of speech and expression, are brutally supressed. Still Tibetans defy China’s repressive policies and fight for their country, culture and identity. Tibetan writers and artists fearlessly continue to challenge China’s policies. They are being censored, arrested, tortured and imprisoned. “Banned Expressions” er en film om mangelen på kulturell ytringsfrihet i Tibet. Forfilm: Modern Enlightenment. Presentasjon av Dechen Pemba og musikalsk framføring av Loten Namling. RELATED EVENTS: CONCERT AT LITTERATURHUSET P. 12, DECHEN PEMBA AT PARKTEATRET, P. 5, LOTEN NAMLING AT PARKTEATRET: P. 6
RACHEL BOYNTON, 99’, 2013, USA, ENG SUBS
CAMP 14: TOTAL CONTROL ZONE
MARK WIESE, 104’, 2012, GERMANY, SOUTH-KOREA
WED, FEB 5TH 17:30 VICTORIA KINO
SUN, FEB 9TH 19:15 VICTORIA KINO
Q&A with Director Rachel Boynton after the film, moderated by Maren Sæbø (Verdensmagasinet X)
Introduction by Stein Tønnesen (PRIO)
SAT, FEB 8TH 19:00 VICTORIA KINO Introduction by Maren Sæbø Presented in collaboration with Fellesrådet for Afrika
Can Ghana escape the resource curse? With unprecedented behind-the-scenes access, this film follows as the first commercial oil field is developed in Ghana. Whose interests are being taken into consideration? Will foreign investors run off with all of the profit, or can oil development help the country as a whole? As point of comparison, we look at the Nigerian situation, where it’s become evident that the riches oil extraction has brought with it aren’t doing the people any good. En imponerende film som følger et amerikanske oljeselskaps vei inn i Ghana i håp om et oljeeventyr. Vi er med helt på innsiden i denne prosessen. Det overskyggende spørsmålet er: kan Ghana overvinne ressursforbannelsen eller vil de ende opp som nabolandet Nigeria?
Presented in collaboration with PRIO
How do you reshape your worldview when all you’ve ever known is a North Korean death camp? Shin Dong-Huyk escaped from the labor camp he was born into when he was 23, crossing the border to South Korea. Now he’s trying to make sense of the capitialist world, and come to terms with the torture and psychological indoctrination he’s been subject to his whole life. Interspersed with poignant animations and interviews with former labor camp wardens, this film gives us unique insight into the atrocities of one of the most closed countries in the world. Shin Dong-Hyuk ble født inn i en av de beryktede arbeidsleirene i Nord-Korea. Som 23-åring klarte han å rømme til Sør-Korea og må forstå hele verden på nytt. Filmen gir unik innsikt i de umenneskelige forholdene i de nord-koreanske dødsleirene og hvilke utfordringer som nordkoreanaske flyktninger møter i verden utenfor.
RELATED EVENTS: RACHEL BOYNTON AT FILMMAKERS/ CHANGEMAKERS SEMINAR: P. 13, THE MAKING OF BIG MEN AT PARKTEATRET: P. 5
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#CHICAGOGIRL -THE SOCIAL NETWORK TAKES ON A DICTATOR
DANGEROUS ACTS STARRING THE
JOE PISCATELLA, 74’, 2013, SYRIA, USA, ENG SUBS
MADELEINE SACKLER, 76’, 2013, USA, ENG SUBS
UNSTABLE ELEMENTS OF BELARUS
THUR, FEB 6TH 18:00 VICTORIA KINO
TUES, FEB 4TH 20:00 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction by Mona Abdel-Fadil (Fafo)
SAT, FEB 8TH 14:30 VICTORIA KINO
OPENING EVENT! Speech by Andrei Sannikov and Natalya Radina (Charter 97)
Introduction by Lina Sinjab (BBC’s Syria correspondent)
Presented in collaboration with den norske Helsingforskomite
Presented in collaboration with NOREF
A 19-year old girl in Chicago is deeply involved in the protest movement in Syria, keeping constant contact with her Syrian friends through Facebook, Twitter, and Skype. She helps organize demonstrations, and sends camera equipment so her friends can document what’s going on and share it with the world. Slowly, the optimism of what was hailed as a social media revolution gives way to a violent reality no one was ready for. En 19-årig jente i Chicago hjelper til med å organisere demonstrasjoner i Syria. Optimismen er stor i begynnelsen og man tror at sosiale medier kan overvinne diktaturet, men en brutalitet som ingen var forberedt på tar raskt over.
RELATED EVENTS: RETURN TO HOMS: P. 28
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SUN, FEB 9TH 21:00 VICTORIA KINO Introduction by Berit Lindeman (NHC) Presented in collaboration with den norske Helsingforskomité
How do you stand up to the last remaining dictatorship in Europe? The members of the Belarus Free Theatre do it by creating critical theatre productions, despite the extreme risks involved with speaking out against Lukashenko’s regime. This film takes us on a trip displaying the power of art as a political weapon, and the hardship that comes with it. Hvordan bruke teater i kampen mot Europas siste diktatur? Belarus Free Theater gjør nettopp dette, med den risiko som følger for fengsling og tortur. Filmen gir også et innblikk i den politiske situasjonen i Hviterussland.
DOCTORS OF THE DARK SIDE EVERYDAY REBELLION
MARTHA DAVIS, 74’, 2011, USA, ENG SUBS
THE RIAHI BROTHERS, 118’, 2013, AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND, GERMANY, ENG SUBS
THURS, FEB 5TH 16:30 VICTORIA KINO
WED, FEB 5TH 19:15 VICTORIA KINO
Panel debate with Jon Peder Egenæs (Amnesty), Birgit Lie, Tor Levin Hofgaard, Sverre Varvin and Hector Aristizábal (ImaginAction). Moderated by Nora Sveeaas (HHRI)
MEET THE ACTIVISTS! Q&A with Directors The Riahi Brothers, Inna Shevchenko (FEMEN) and Syrian activist Ahmed Zaino after the film
Presented in collaboration with Health and Human Rights Info
SAT, FEB 8TH 20:00 VICTORIA KINO Introduction to be confirmed
This film brings up how US Army and CIA medical personell are intricately involved in the implementation of torture on detainees held in Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib prisons. Instead of stopping it altogether, they give recommendations on how far torture can go. Yet all of these doctors have sworn the Hippocratic oath. What are doctors’ responsibilities, and how is it possible that the medical profession is used in this way? The film is followed by a panel debate about health personell and their involvement in torture. Hector Aristizabal will perform “Nightwind,” a play related to the themes of the film at Parkteatret later this evening. Denne filmen tar opp helsepersonells rolle i tortur. Leger i den amerikanske hæren og i CIA er dypt involvert i tortur mot fanger i den såkalte krigen mot terror. RELATED EVENTS: NIGHTWIND AT PARKTEATRET: P. 6, AFTER LIFE: P. 21, SEMINARS: P. 31
Actions matter. Stop hoping. Make it happen! We usually feel small when faced with the undemocratic practices that are pushing our societies in a direction that neglects the fact that we’re all humans. But there are people all around the world who aren’t just sitting back and taking it. Indignados in Spain, Occupy Wall Street in New York, FEMEN in Ukraine, The Yes Men, Otpor! in Serbia and non-violent protest movements in Syria and Iran show us what’s worth fighting for and how to get results without bloodshed. Over hele verden finnes det protestbevegelser som med fredelige midler forsøker å gjøre verden til et bedre sted. Hva har de alle til felles og hvordan kan vi bedre vise solidaritet med hverandre? RELATED EVENTS: ACTIVISM DEBATE AT PARKTEATRET: P. 7 HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
GOD LOVES UGANDA
ROGER ROSS WILLIAMS, 90’, 2013, USA, ENG SUBS
LIGHT FLY, FLY HIGH
BEATHE HOFSETH, SUSANN ØSTIGAARD, 80’, 2013, NORWAY. ENG SUBS
FRI, FEB 7TH 17:15 VICTORIA KINO
SAT, FEB 8TH 18:30 VICTORIA KINO
Panel debate with Gerald Sentongo (SMUG), Niels Jacob Harbitz (ILPI), and Jan Bjarne Sødal (LLH), moderated by Catharina Bu (Fellesrådet for Afrika)
Q&A with Directors Susann Østigaard and Beathe Hofseth, moderated by Kristin Kjæret (FIAN)
Presented in collaboration with LLH, Fellesrådet for Afrika og Uganda Association
SUN, FEB 9TH 16:30 VICTORIA KINO Q&A with Gerald Ssentongo (SMUG) Presented in collaboration with Fellesrådet for Afrika, LLH and Uganda Association
Uganda has become the promised land for many evangelical Christians. American evangelical organizations are attempting to eliminate “sexual sin” in Uganda, effectively spreading hate and dehumanizing sexual minorities in a country that is on the brink of passing a devastating anti-gay law. Since the film was released the law has been passed in parliament. Uganda har blitt “det lovede land” for mange evangeliske kristne og de samler derfor kreftene for å gjøre landet rent for “seksuell synd”. I virkeligheten er de med på å spre hat og oppfordre til alvorlig diskriminering i et land som er på vei til å lovfeste kriminalisering, og i verste fall livstidsstraff for homofile. RELATED EVENTS: GERALD SSENTONGO AT PARKTEATRET: P. 7 26 | HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
Thulasi was born a dalit, an untouchable, and a girl, meaning her options in life in India are grim. She is tough as a nail, though, and determined to get more out of life than what society has in store for her. She leaves her family, and finds her talent in boxing, putting in tireless hours of training to win a place as one of the top athletes in India. Thulasi has to fight both in and out of the boxing ring, facing sexual harassment, pressure of arranged marriage, and a society that doesn’t value what she has to give. Thulasi er født dalit, «kasteløs», og jente, dermed er hennes muligheter i India få. Fast bestemt på å få mer ut av livet enn hva samfunnet tilbyr henne, forlater hun familien, begynner å bokse og legger ned utallige treningstimer for å bli en av de beste utøverne i India. Thulasi må kjempe både innenfor og utenfor bokseringen, stilt overfor seksuell trakassering, press om arrangert ekteskap og et samfunn som ikke verdsetter det hun har å gi.
SHAUL SCHWARTZ, 103’, 2013, USA, ENG SUBS
NO LAND NO FOOD NO LIFE
AMY MILLER, 76’, 2013, CANADA, ENG SUBS
FRI, FEB 7TH 20:30 VICTORIA KINO
WED, FEB 5TH 20:30 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction and Q&A by Alfredo Corchado and Benedicte Bull
Q&A with Director Amy Miller, moderated by Kristin Kjæret (FIAN)
Presented in collaboration with NorLARnet
Presented in collaboration with FIAN
SAT, FEB 8TH 17:00 VICTORIA KINO
SUN, FEB 9TH 16:00 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction by Alfredo Corchado
Introduction by Kristin Kjæret (FIAN)
Presented in collaboration with NorLARnet
Presented in collaboration with FIAN
The violence connected to Mexican drug cartels is so massive and invasive, and the death rate so high that it’s changing the cultural fibre of society. The hugely popular music form called narcocorridos, like gangster rap in the USA, makes heroes of the mafia leaders and glorifies violence. Den mexicanske krigen mot narkokartellene har gjort deler av Mexico til noen av de farligste stedene å være på kloden. Volden er så massiv og invaderende at den endrer kulturen. Musikkformen narcocorridos har blitt svært populær. På samme måte som den nord-amerikanske gangsterrap’en skaper den helter av mafialederne.
RELATED EVENTS: BOOK LAUNCH AT LITTERATURHUSET: P. 12
This film offers a critical view on land grabbing: Large agricultural corporations, with the support of international investors and local governments, seize land from originally self-sustained farmers. This film takes us to Mali, Uganda and Cambodia, outlining the consequences of land grabbing for people, ecosystems, and the future of the world. Filmen setter et kritisk blikk på landran, hvor store landsbruksselskaper, med støtte fra internasjonale investorer og lokale myndigheter, tilraner seg landeiendom fra småbønder. Med eksempler fra Mali, Uganda og Kambodsja beskrives konsekvensene av landran for mennesker, økosystemer og verdens fremtid.
RELATED EVENTS: AMY MILLER AT PARKTEATRET: P. 6
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RETURN TO HOMS
ALEXANDER GENTELEV, 90’, 2013, GERMANY, ISRAEL, AUSTRIA, ENG SUBS
TALAL DERKI, 87’, 2013, SYRIA, GERMANY, ENG SUBS
SUN, FEB 9TH 14:00 VICTORIA KINO
TUES, FEB 4TH 20:15 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction by Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal (NHC)
Frontline Club Screening & Discussion, p. 20 Presented in collaboration with Le Monde Diplomatique
The Winter Olympics are off to the usual excessive start on Friday, February 7th – amidst allegations of extreme corruption and human rights violations. What has actually been going on in Sochi, and how were the Winter Olympics ever placed in the only part of Russia with a subtropical climate? This reportage documentary goes beyond the newspaper headlines to uncover some very disturbing conditions in the runup to the XXII Winter Olympic Games. En tettpakket reportasjedokumentar som går gjennom prosessen fram mot OL i Sotsji. Påstander om ekstrem korrupsjon, tvangsflytting av mennesker og bakgrunnen for at Vinter-OL har havnet i Russlands eneste subtropiske område.
RELATED EVENTS: DEBATES AT PARKTEATRET ON GLOBAL SPORTS EVENTS & HUMAN RIGHTS: P. 6, AND RUSSIA - CRIMINALIZING OPPOSITION: P. 7
FRI, FEB 7TH 20:15 VICTORIA KINO Introduction by Sverre Lodgaard (NUPI) and Lina Sinjab (BBC)
SAT, FEB 8TH 21:30 VICTORIA KINO Introduction by Peter Markovski (Aftenposten) Presented in collaboration with NOREF
Did we do the right thing? Filmed between August 2011 and August 2013, this is a remarkable and intimate portrait of a group of young men in the city of Homs in Syria. They dream of removing Bashar al-Assad from power, and fight for justice through peaceful demonstrations. As the army acts ever more brutally, the young men become armed insurgents. Basset, a charismatic football player and popular singer, becomes a militia leader. Scenes of lively demonstrations make way for panicking civilians, grim battles, and rising numbers of fallen loved ones. Et veldig sterkt vitnesbyrd fra innsiden av krigen i Syria. Vi følger Basset, en karismatisk ung fotballspiller og sanger, fra å lede fredelige demonstrasjoner til å bli leder av en lokal væpnet militia. RELATED EVENTS: ORWA NYRABIA AT PARKTEATRET: P. 5, #CHICAGOGIRL::P. 24
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY APPLY
FLORENCE MARTIN-KESSLER, ANNE POIRET, 90’, 2013, FRANCE, ENG SUBS
CULLEN HOBACK, 79’, 2013, USA, IN ENG, NOR SUBS
THUR, FEB 6TH 17:15 VICTORIA KINO
THUR, FEB 6TH 20:15 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction by Audun Herning (Norwegian People’s Aid)
Introduction by Erling Borgen and representative from Article 19 (UK)
SAT, FEB 8 TH 14:30 VICTORIA KINO
SUN, FEB 9TH 17:00 VICTORIA KINO
Introduction by Introduction by Audun Herning (Norwegian People’s Aid)
Panel debate before the film with Jon Wessel-Aas and Lee Andrew Bygrave, moderated by Rocco Bellanova (PRIO)
After 50 years of civil war, South Sudan has finally become its own state, but none of the institutions of a functioning democracy are in place. In a land that’s been torn apart by extreme violence, famine, and displacement, how do you start thinking about things like creating a treasury, a taxation system, or a national archive? How do you stop a new state from failing before it gets started, and is the one-size-fitsall model the UN has for building a state even relevant for South Sudan? Etter 50 år med borgerkrig er Sør-Sudan endelig blitt en egen stat, men ingen av de institusjoner som kjennetegner et velfungerende demokrati er på plass. Hvordan bygge en stat fra bunnen av? Og er FNs «one-size-fitsall»-modell for statsbygging i det hele tatt relevant for Sør-Sudan?
Presented in collaboration with PRIO
Do we consent to total surveillance? Corporations are following our every move online, we’re not in control of our cyber presence and nothing we do is exempt from being used for commercial purposes. Now we know our governments are in on it too. Can we continue to call our societies functioning democracies when our governments are watching our every move? Vil vi akseptere total overvåking? Etter Snowdens avsløringer har vi lært at ikke bare store selskaper, men også våre egne regjeringer bedriver nærmest total overvåking på nett. Kan vi fremdeles hevde at vi lever i demokratiske samfunn?
RELATED EVENTS: DEBATE AT PARKTEATRET ON STATEBULIDING IN SOUTH-SUDAN: P. 5
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FOUR DAY WORKSHOP FRI, FEB 7TH - MON, FEB 10TH 09:00 - 16:00 SENTRALEN REGISTRATION REQUIRED HTTPS://WWW.DELTAGER.NO/ TOWORKSHOP PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH IMAGINACTION, HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS INFO AND SAFIR
THE OTHER - TRANSFORMING DEHUMANIZATION THROUGH THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED In our four day exploration the workshop will examine what role theatre can play in times of social and political upheaval? Hector Aristizábal, theater maker, psychologist and activist against torture, has founded the ImaginAction network in Los Angeles in order to utilize the transformational forces of theater for community building and in processes of self-empowerment. Against the background of the Theatre of the Oppressed developed by Augusto Boal in the 1960s, Aristizábal will join the workshop participants to develop scenes from concrete life experiences, looking for ways to connect individual modes of acting with the global movements for radical political change as experienced in the film festival. We will explore our own definitions of “The Other” and how we dehumanize ourselves by dehumanizing other people. The interactive approach of the workshop emphasizes aesthetic dialogues, non-verbal imagery, consensus-building and collective problem solving processes, as well as techniques such as “rainbow of desire” and “cops in the head” for developing awareness and confronting both external and internalized forms of oppression.
EXHIBITION FEB 5TH - 16TH OSLO RÅDHUS 0800-1800 M-F 1000-1600 L-S PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH SEX OG POLITIKK FREE ENTRANCE
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UTSTILLING: TOO YOUNG TO WED Sex og Politikk har, med støtte fra Utenriksdepartementet, gleden av å invitere til fotoutstillingen Too Young To Wed i Oslo Rådhus 5.-16. februar. Utstillingen, som er et samarbeid mellom FNs befolkningsfond (UNFPA) og fotobyrået VII, tematiserer barneekteskap. Under utstillingsperioden vil vi invitere til daglige omvisninger på norsk og engelsk, flere seminar, debatter og workshops, samt et stort åpningsarrangement. Utstillingen vil være åpen for publikum mandag-fredag klokken 08:00-18:00 og lørdag og søndag klokken 10:00-16:00.
For mer informasjon om arrangement, se www.sexogpolitikk.no og for mer om utstillingen, se http://tooyoungtowed.org/
SEMINAR WED, FEB 5TH - 18.00 BJØRKNES HØYSKOLE IN NORWEGIAN PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH BJØRKNES HØYSKOLE FREE ENTRANCE
KVELDSSEMINAR: KAN TORTUR RETTFERDIGGJØRES? -ET ETISK OG JURIDISK PERSPEKTIV Krigen mot terror har ført til en sterk oppsving i bruken av “enhanced interrogation techniques” (EIT), bedre kjent som tortur. I et forsøk på å bekjempe den nye fienden, ble EIT et verktøy for å avdekke terrornettverk og hente ut informasjon som kunne avsløre potensielle nye terrorangrep. Denne diskusjonen vil fokusere på bakgrunnen for hele debatten om bruk av EIT, da spesielt med tanke på juridiske og etiske utfordringer knyttet til bruken av tortur av stater som tar del i det 21. århundrets “war on terror”. Deltakere: Cecilie Hellestveit (ILPI), Lene Bomann-Larsen (Krigsskolen) og Hilde E. Restad (Bjørknes Høyskole) RELATED EVENTS: DOCTORS OF THE DARK SIDE: P. 25, NIGHTWIND: P. 6, AFTER LIFE: FOUR STORIES OF TORTURE: P. 21
LUNSJPÅFYLL: FLUKT, FRYKT - OG FREMTID?
SEMINAR FRI, FEB 7TH - 11.00 HØYSKOLEN I OSLO OG AKERSHUS, 1ST FLOOR LÆRINGSSENTERET IN NORWEGIAN PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH HØYSKOLEN I OSLO OG AKERSHUS FREE ENTRANCE
I foredraget vil Trine Myhrvold presentere forhold av betydning for flyktningers psykiske helse. Psykiske lidelser hos flyktninger assosieres med belastninger før, under og etter flukten. Mest alvorlig er tortur som innebærer organisert vold utført mot personer med hensikt av, eller på ordre fra, offentlig tjenesteperson. Begrenset psykisk og sosial støtte, alvorlige tap, risiko for diskriminering, utnyttelse og vold truer deres psykiske helse ytterligere. Trine Myhrvold argumenterer for at behovet for helsehjelp skal styre tilgangen til helsetjenester, ikke hvilken status den enkelte har – eller ikke har – i samfunnet.
RELATED EVENTS: DOCTORS OF THE DARK SIDE: P. 25, NIGHTWIND: P. 6, AFTER LIFE: FOUR STORIES OF TORTURE: P. 21 HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
SEMINAR: TVANGSRETUR TIL KRIGEN I AFGHANISTAN Siden 2005 har Norge tvangsreturnert afghanske flyktninger tilbake til en krig Norge deltar i. Hva skjer etter deportasjonen? Vi ser på utviklingen i norsk og europeisk returpolitikk. Hva bør gjøres? Med: Åse Brandvold, forfatter, journalist i Klassekampen Brigitte Espuche, styremedlem i Migreurop, juridisk ekspert fra SAT, FEB 8TH organisasjonen Anafé, Frankrike. 15:00 - 19:00 Abdul Ghafoor, deportert fra Norge, leder av det nystartede the KULTURHUSET Afghanistan Migration Advice Organisation (AMAO). Dr. Liza Schuster, Department of Sociology at City University IN NORWEGIAN London, med i styret i AMAO. PRESENTERT I SAMARBEID MED Zahir Athari, leder av Asylmarsjen 2007 og Fred og Demokrati i FRED OG DEMOKRATI I AFGHANAfghanistan, student Journalisthøyskolen i Oslo. ISTAN, NEW FRONTIERS, EXILES, Mona Bentzen, journalist og kunstner. STØTTENETTVERKET FOR AFGHANRune Berglund Steen, leder av Antirasistisk senter og forfatter av SKE FLYKTNINGER OG AFGHAN boken Svartebok over norsk asylpolitikk. REFUGEE COMITEE. Marius von der Fehr, New Frontiers, kunstner og skribent. Mer informasjon: Hashem Jafari, Student UiO, Asylmarsjen 2007. www.exiles.no Sverre Pedersen, leder Norsk Filmforbund, Asylmarsjen 2007, Støttenettverk for Afghanske asylsøkere Støttet av Fritt Ord og Cecilie Schjatvet, Advokatfirmaet Hestenes og Dramer & Co. Norsk kulturråd Amin Senatorzade, Student UiO, Asylmarsjen 2007
Tidspunkt for seminaret om gjeldskrisen er ikke bestemt når programmet går i trykken. Følg med på festivalens nettsider og på SLETTGJELDA på facebook.
SEMINAR: GJELDSKRISEN ER IKKE OVER - HVOR GÅR NORGE NÅ? Gjeldskrisen er ikke over. Gjeldsnivået for utviklingsland er dobbelt så høyt nå som i år 2000, og består i dag av 50 prosent private lån og 50 prosent offentlige lån. I 16 land er gjeldsnivået bekymringsfullt høyt, men det er faktisk i mellominntektsland at man kan se for seg gjeldskrise i nær fremtid. Bildet på gjeldskriser er endret, men det systemiske problemet er det samme. Dårlig regulering og troen på at utlånere alltid får tilbake pengene sine bidrar til en uregulert lånefest der de fattige menneskene i utviklingsland blir sittende igjen med regningen. Hva kan Norge gjøre for å sikre ansvarlig långiving internasjonalt og opprettelsen av en uavhengig og rettferdig gjeldshåndteringsmekanisme?
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INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL GUESTS
Hector Aristizábal is from Medellín, Colombia. He worked his way out of poverty to become a theatre artist and pioneering psychologist.
Dechen Pemba is Tibetan and lives in London, where she works on collecting and translating Tibetan songs and texts.
Mike Bonnano is one of the Yes Men, who impersonate big business spokesmen, using humor to bring media attention to the crimes of their wrongdoings.
Natalya Radina is a Belarusian journalist and co-editor of the independent newssite Charter 97. She is currently living in exile.
Rachel Boynton is the Director of Big Men and Our Brand is Crisis. In both films, she gains unprecedented access, portraying issues in depth.
Arash & Arman Riahi are the Directors of Everyday Rebellion. They were born in Iran and grew up in Vienna, where they make films.
Dan Cogan is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Impact Partners, a fund and advisory service for investors in films such as The Cove and Big Men.
Andrei Sannikov is a politician and former presidential candidate in Belarus. He is the co-founder of Charter 97. He is currently living in exile.
Alfredo Corchado is an author, journalist and Mexico bureau chief at Dallas Morning News and has covered all aspects of the drug war in Mexico.
Gerald Ssentongo was active in the organization Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG). He is currently living in exile in Norway.
Corinne van Egeraat is the Co-Director of Ana Ana, among other films. She is an experimental fimmaker with a background in both theatre and documentary directing. Mariam Abu Khaled is Co-Director of Art/Violence. She is an actor with the Jenin Freedom Theatre, which she joined at the age of 18 to study under Juliano Mer-Khamis. Petr Lom is Co-Director of Ana Ana, among other films. He has made films in China, Iran, Kyrgistan, and is currently working in Burma. Amy Miller is Director of No Land No Food No Life and Carbon Rush. She is a media maker and social justice organizer based in Montreal.
Inna Shevchenko is a Ukrainian activist and part of the feminist group FEMEN. She protests against political and religious abuse of power, and is currently living in exile in France. Lina Sinjab is the Syrian Correspondant for the BBC. She was raised in Damascus, and has been covering the the political developments there since 2008. Batoul Taleb is Co-Director of Art/Violence. She is an actor with the Jenin Freedom Theatre, and has used theatre to engage and unite the community. Ahmed Zaino is an activist from Damascus and is currently living in exile.
Loten Namling is a Tibetan in exile, based in Switzerland. He has dedicated his life to convey Tibetan culture and identity through a wide spectrum of musical expression. Orwa Nyrabia is the Producer of Return to Homs. He is from Syria, and was imprisoned during the ongoing civil war. He is currently living in exile.
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Mona Abdel-Fadil is a researcher at Fafo focusing on Syrian refugees in Jordan Rocco Bellanova is a researcher at PRIO who focuses on privacy and data protection, security and surveillance Truls Berg is on the Advisory Board for VentureLab Lene Bomann-Larsen is Research Leader at the Norwegian Military Academy Erling Borgen is a filmmaker and professor in documentary filmmaking at HiL Benedicte Bull is Assoc. Professor at SUM, UiO and the leader of NorLARnet Lee Andrew Bygrave is a professor at the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law, UiO Catharina Bu is a board member of Council for Africa and is the leader of its Gender and Equality Comittee Cedric de Coning leads research group for Peace Operations and Peacebuilding at NUPI, and advisor at ACCORD John Peder Egenæs is the Secretary General of Amnesty International Norway
Truls Lie a filmmaker, journalist and the publisher of Le Monde Diplomatique Norway Berit Lindeman is a Senior Advisor at NHC with a focus on democracy and human rights Sverre Lodgaard is the former Director of NUPI and is currently a Senior Research Fellow Trine Myhrvold is associate prof at HiOA and focuses on nurses’ moral responsibility for marginalized groups Sarah Prosser is the Director of the British Council in Norway and was one of the founders of HRHW Benedikte Pryneid Hansen is Chairperson at Attac Norway Hilde E. Restad is Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict at Bjørknes Høyskole Bente Roalsvig is the Deputy Director of Fritt Ord Tonje Hessen Schei is a documentary filmmaker and Director of the upcoming film Drone Ingrid Stange is the Founder of Partnership for Change
Øyvind Eggen is Policy Director for the Evaluation Department at NORAD
Maren Sæbø is editor of Verdensmagasinet X and is writing a book about African oil countries
Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal is the Deputy Secretary General of the Norwegian Helsinki Comittee
Jan Bjarne Sødal is a chaplain and International Advisor at LLH
Bjørn Engesland is Secretary General of the Norwegian Helsinki Comittee
Nora Sveaass is assoc. prof, UiO, clinical psychologist, head of HHRI, and member UN Committee against torture
Tove Gravdal is the Managing Editor of the Political se ction of Morgenbladet
Liv Tørres is the Secretary General of the Norwegian People’s Aid
Peggy Hessen Følsvik is 1st Confederal Secretary at the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO-Norway).
Stein Tønnesen is a Research Professor at PRIO and focuses on East Asian Peace
Niels Jacob Harbitz is Senior Advisor at ILPI’s Centre for African Studies focusing on sexual and gender based violence Cecilie Hellesveit is Senior Advisor at ILPI’s Centre for International Humanitarian Law Audun Herning is Advisor at Norwegian People’s Aid Tor Levin Hofgaard is a clinical psychologist and President of the Norwegian Psychological Association Beathe Hofseth is the Co-Director of Light Fly, Fly High Kristin Kjæret is the Genearl Manager of FIAN Birgitt Lie is a Special Advisor at the Regional Center for Violence, Traumatic Stress and Suicide Prevention 34 | HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS 2014
Sverre Varvin is a Senior Researcher at the National Center for the Study of Violence and Traumatic Stress Jon Wessel-Aas is a partner at Bing Hodneland, who is specialized in freedom of expression and privacy law Julie Wilhelmsen is a Researcher at PRIO with a focus on Russia Hildegunn Øiseth is a musician who plays traditional Norwegian instruments like ram’s horn and birch trumpet Susann Østigaard is the Co-Director of Light Fly, Fly High Håvard Øvregaard is Advisor for the Norwegian Olympic Comittee Knut Olav Åmås is the Deputy Minister of Culture in Norway
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