Human Rights Arts and Film Festival
3rd May - 5th June 2018
Presenting the best films and artwork from around the world, the annual Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) will challenge, touch and inspire audiences from all walks of life.
HRAFF is a Melbourne based not-for-profit organisation devoted to the exploration of human rights issues through an annual film and arts festival and an on-going schools and community program. HRAFF selects its arts and film to engage and inform people on human rights issues. The festival’s innovative and entertaining program resonates with audiences, encouraging them to talk about their experience.
For a fortnight in Melbourne and shows in Launceston and Canberra, HRAFF exhibits a selection of contemporary cinema, music and fine art. HRAFF continues to provide a shared site whereby artists, human rights organisations and the Australian public are united by their desire to contribute to social change.
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Melbourne, Launceston, Canberra,
2 May- 5 June 2018
Armando Iannucci’s dark comedy The Death of Stalin, on general release in Australia from March 29, has caused controversy in Russia. After a preview in the Ministry of Culture in late...
David Attenborough’s doco will be narrated live by Eric Bana and accompanied by a live orchestral score composed by Hans Zimmer. Whether you’re a big nature nerd or err on...
‘Once you commit to a television format, you’re a TV movie’ Steven Spielberg has changed the way cinema works multiple times, the director’s blockbusters — Jaws, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, E.T. — casting huge...