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Cinema in brief

More on 'Every Human Has Rights' online film festival

| 18 Nov 2011 11:05
The Tri Continental Film Festival is divided into three categories; the right to a greener planet, the right to security; and stand up and be counted. Included in the catalogue is Amnesty International Human Rights Film Festival 2011 Best Film award and London International Documentary Film Festival Best Film, " I was Worth 50 Sheep', a gruelling tale directed by Nima Sarvestani about a 10-year-old Afghani girl sold to a 55-year-old man. Viewers can now download synopses, watch trailers of the films and read through information about how to host meaningful film screenings. The website will then be accessible on 1 December for downloading all the films. Viewers will be able to share their film experience on social media with Every Human Has Rights, on Facebook or on Twitter (@EHHRights). Go to www.tcff.org.za for more.
    
 
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