The International Human Rights Film Festival in Tunisia holds in its fifth edition

After two years of absence, The International Human Rights Film Festival in Tunisia returned in its fifth edition under the name Human Screen / Karama Tunis to complement the locomotive of the Karama Jordan, Beirut and Mauritania, to discuss women issues in the Arab region and the world. With the support, partnership and cooperation of Oxfam, the National Center for Cinema and Photography, the Karama Jordan HRF Festival, the ANHAR Network, the Spanish Cultural Center in Tunis and the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, the ACTF foundation has organized the fifth edition of the International Human Rights Film Festival in Tunis, 19 to 22 December 2018. And despite the financial difficulties, the festival did not limit its approach and added new spaces to its program.


The festival featured nine long and seven short films distributed on 28 shows, and 3 seminars and various events, including the opening and closing ceremonies at the Tunisian Cultural City, a seminar entitled “Media dealing with women’s issues” at the Cultural House of Sheikh Idris in the northern Tunisian state of Bizerte, a seminar entitled “Women producers and cultural investment, roles and horizons.” At the Culture House, El-Dayer District, Sfax, a seminar focusing on: “The profession of cinema and sexual harassment of women, where to? “At the Arts Center in the state of Tataouine in the south of Tunisia, and a seminar ” Cultural Policies and the Integration of Women’s Issues “