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31 MAY 2021 | 00.00 HRS

Fritz Bauer & Raphael Lemkin Human Rights Film Award

The Human Rights Film Award of the BUXUS STIFTUNG (Germany) and the BERG INSTITUTE (Spain) honors filmmakers who have made outstanding contributions to human rights, democracy and dialogue through their cinema, television and film productions.The films tell stories of survival and resistance. Stories of people who have survived genocide, war and social injustice, and yet […]

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The Human Rights Film Award of the BUXUS STIFTUNG (Germany) and the BERG INSTITUTE (Spain) honors filmmakers who have made outstanding contributions to human rights, democracy and dialogue through their cinema, television and film productions.The films tell stories of survival and resistance. Stories of people who have survived genocide, war and social injustice, and yet do not feel victimized. Films that not only explore the fate of survivors and their relatives in documentary form, but also continue to tell the story artistically and emotionally.

Unlimited Hope

 

FRITZ BAUER & RAPHAEL LEMKIN HUMAN RIGHTS FILM AWARD

CLOSING DATE MAY 31, 2021

The Human Rights Film Award of the BUXUS STIFTUNG (Germany) and the BERG INSTITUTE (Spain) honors filmmakers who have made outstanding contributions to human rights, democracy and dialogue in their cinema, television and film productions.

The films tell stories of survival and resistance. Stories of people who have survived genocide, war and social injustice, and yet do not feel victimized. Films that not only explore the fate of the survivors and their relatives in documentary form, but also continue to tell the story artistically and emotionally.

The expert jury of “Unlimited Hope” presents the Human Rights Film Award annually. Films compete in three categories. Each year on December 10 – the day on which the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948 – the awards are presented. All categories are endowed.

The winning films in our Fritz Bauer & Raphael Lemkin Human Rights Film Award explore and unite the stories of people fighting for human rights around the world – their own and those of others. What makes them resist? Where do they find the strength to do so in situations where others, often everyone, fall silent and fall in line with injustice? What can we do ourselves?

Our films tell the stories of the “struggle for human rights”. Only in this way do the voices of resistance remain alive and human rights are strengthened.

THREE CATEGORIES – THREE PRIZES

The Human Rights Film Award of the BUXUS STIFTUNG and the BERG INSTITUTE is offered in three different categories. In each category one winner will be honored.

Films in English or with English subtitles (or without dialogue) of all genres are eligible. Film productions can be submitted directly in the following categories. Whether long, short or non-professional film: in each of the three categories you have the chance to win a unique prize.

You can submit particularly detailed, elaborate film productions under the long film category. But even with short or non-professional films, you can win a prize in the other two categories with the best film in each.

Would you like the chance to win one of our prizes?

Submit your film today on the topic of human rights or on a situation in which human rights are violated. Take part in the competition for the film award “Unlimited Hope” of the BUXUS FOUNDATION and the BERG INSTITUTE.

THE JURY

KARINA SAINZ BURGO, WRITER AND JOURNALIST, MADRID

GABRIELE CLAUDIA WENGLER, AUTHOR, DIRECTOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER, MUNICH

FRANZ BIRKNER, FILMMAKER, PHOTOGRAPHER, ARTIST, GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN

GABE IBÁÑEZ, FILM DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER, MADRID

PAMELA YATES, CO-FOUNDER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF SKYLIGHT, BROOKLYN (NEW YORK CITY)

PACO DE ONIS, FILM DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER FROM LATIN AMERICA, BROOKLYN (NEW YORK CITY)

CONTACT

Jakob Gatzka, M.A.
Regisseur und Autor
Leiter Filmpreisverleihung
Email: jakob.gatzka@buxus-stiftung.de

www.unlimited-hope.net

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