Human Rights Arts & Film Festival 2019

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The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) is a not-for-profit arts organisation that explores diverse and inspiring human stories through the mediums of film, art, music and forums.

HRAFF inspires and engages audiences with social justice and human rights issues via an annual festival and year-round through their Cineseeds program, as well as their online networks and partners.

HRAFF is an independent organisation which is not aligned or affiliated with any political party or religious group.

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Events & screenings

Film

Opening Night: 2040

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Film

Invisible Hands

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Film

Still Recording

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Film

The Sign For Love

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Film

Far From The Tree + Q&A

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Film

The Panama Papers

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Film

Becoming Colleen + Q&A

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Fig Tree

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Short films

Australian Shorts + Q&A

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Film

On Her Shoulders + Discussion

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Film

Australia Says Yes + Q&A

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Etched In Bone + Q&A

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Short films

Femme Shorts

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Risking Light + Q&A

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Film

#Female Pleasure

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Film

The Distant Barking Of Dogs

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Film

A Thousand Girls Like Me

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Film

Centerpiece: Stop The Boats + Q&A

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Film

Being Impossible

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Film

CineSeeds: 2040 + Q&A

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Film

Wik v Queensland + Q&A

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Short films

International Shorts

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Closing Night: Giant Little Ones

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