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The Human Rights Film Festival 2006

The Human Rights Film Festival 2006

*Auckland Media Screening Tonight at 6 30pm at the Academy.

* ** * Wellington Media Screening Thursday 20th at 6 30pm at the Paramount*

*The Human Rights Film Festival 2006*

* * *A film festival with a difference - New Zealand's only human rights film festival - is bringing extraordinary documentaries and dramas to the big screen near you.*

* * With a programme that includes the inspirational *Breaking Bows and Arrows: Search for Reconciliation and Forgiveness,* the frightening no holds barred documentary about California's reproduction dream world *Frozen Angels*, and the true account of an Indian family who would rather drown than allow the destruction of their land, home and culture* *in *Drowned Out, *this year's Human Rights Film Festival promises to be both educational and inspirational. **

„h May 3rd 2006 World Press Freedom Day* is dedicated to the theme "Media and Good Governance", and as a tribute to those *journalists who have lost their lives* The Human Rights Film Festival is proud to present *Miguel**, ne terren** (Miguel, on the spot) * a moving portrait of a brave and principled *war reporter.* ** * For Interviews with many of the directors and subjects of the films as well as Paul Hunt UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health please contact* ** *Angela Meyer* *National Media Coordinator* ** ** *


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