On the eve of a one-of-a-kind event at the Human Rights Watch Film Fest in New York, the filmmaker talks about documenting injustice during Guatemala's civil war and how it helped get justice three decades later.
Human Rights Watch Film Fest 2022 Interview: Maia Kenworthy and Elena Sánchez Bellot on Making a Difference and the Differences Getting There in “Rebellion”
The co-directors discuss showing grassroots activism is all its complications in this riveting doc & opening the Human Rights Watch Fest.
A young boy in Ukraine is educated by the ongoing strife in this riveting first solo feature from Simon Lereng Wilmont.
Human Rights Watch Fest 2020 Interview: Ursula Liang on the First Steps of a Difficult Path Towards a Brighter Future in “Down a Dark Stairwell”
On a tragic police shooting that exposed racism throughout the American justice system and building a diversity of perspectives into the production.