When Screening Rights was set up in 2015, the appetite for films and debate around issues of social justice was immediately evident, and the annual Screening Rights Film Festival was born. Michele Aaron, Festival Director, collaborates with key venues, partners, academics, filmmakers, organisations and social action groups in the region to grow and develop the festival programme each year.
Now in its seventh year, the Screening Rights Film Festival aims to provide a space to inspire and develop debates on the relationship between film, vulnerability, human adversity, and social action. Because of unpredictability of the situation resulting from Covid-19 pandemic and related measures, we are hoping our 2021 festival will be a combination of screenings at venues and online – we’ll keep you posted here.
Our 2020 programme is here. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter or sign up to our mailing list, and join the debate on the power of film to affect change.
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