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The Swedish HR Film Festival  Join us for 3 exciting days of important films and discussions on human rights! 31 March-2 April in Stockholm & Lund. #shrff #ilovehrfilms

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"Sweden as a colonizing power" #shrff #sameblod @kulturhusetstadsteatern

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Bring your kids to the Day My Father Became a Bush! Screening today at the #shrff @kulturhusetstadsteatern @kinolund

The destruction of the rainforest in Borneo has been called the biggest environmental crime of our time.
We just spoke to Erik Pauser, the director of The Borneo Case, about his new film that will be screened at the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival in Lund this weekend. We wanted to give you a teaser of what’s to come.
In The Borneo Case, the filmmakers spend five years intimately following the trail of an unlikely group of activists whose aim is to investigate how profits from the illegal logging that has annihilated more than 90% of the Malaysian Borneo Rainforest, have been money laundered into property portfolios all around the world.
Pauser says that he was surprised to learn that Scandinavian banks were among the banks funding industrial developments responsible for deforestation and violence in the rainforests of Borneo. This was also brought up in a recent report by the non-profit group Swedwatch.
Despite the grim details of The Borneo Case, the ending does surprise many viewers. “We were working on the film for five years and really didn’t know how it was going to end,” he says. He says the incredibly hard work of many of the activists featured in the film resulted in an ending they never could have expected.
Erik will be joined in Lund by Mutang Urud, an activist and one of the stars in the film. Book your tickets now! http://kino.nu/the-borneo-case

There are enough films about fake super heroes, come see a few about real ones! #shrff #ilovehrfilms. @kinolund @kulturhusetstadsteatern: http://humanrightsfilmfestival.se/

“If you do not reverse course and endeavor to make these campaign promises a reality, you will have to contend with the full firepower of the ACLU at your every step. Our staff of litigators and activists in every state, thousands of volunteers, and millions of supporters stand ready to fight against any encroachment on our cherished freedoms and rights.” ACLU letter to Trump after the election.

The film Loving is a remarkable story. So is how the ACLU played a role then and now. Don’t miss this unique chance to hear directly from Dennis Parker from the ACLU.
@kulturhusetstadsteatern @kinolund #klarabiografen Book tickets now!

Joakim Demmer has been working on his new film, “Dead Donkeys Fear No Hyenas,” for about seven years. Finally, it’s hitting the big screen, first in the Nordics, and then around the world. This weekend, the film will be featured at the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival. Joakim will be at both screenings in Stockholm and Lund. We sat down to ask him a few questions about it. Check his interview on : http://rwi.lu.se/2017/03/deaddonkeysfearnohyenas/
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See 3 movies for ONLY 210 kr with the Purple Pass.
Because all good things comes in three ! (The Purple Pass is available in Lund)

How does war impact children? When Toda’s dad is called away unexpectedly to defend his country, Toda undertakes an adventurous and challenging journey towards the neighbouring country in order to find her mum. Book tickets today!

Just a few days out from screening the critically acclaimed Ma’ Rosa in Stockholm and Lund at the first Swedish Human Rights Film Festival, we sat down to talk to Steffen Jensen who’ll participate in a Q&A after the screening of Ma’ Rosa on April 1 in Lund. He’s a Professor in the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University and a Senior Project Researcher at the Danish Institute Against Torture (DIGNITY). “It is a truly bewildering sets of events set in motion by the national elections. The election of Duterte has produced the expected results of violence in terms of extrajudicial killings, carried on from his time as mayor in Davao where he lorded over a brutal regime of killings against those described as drug dealers….” Don't miss it! Book now

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