17th Travelling Film Festival
WATCH DOCS. Human Rights in Film

Kraków (24 - 27 października)

Festival venues

Fundacja Autonomia
os. Centrum C9, Nowa Huta

Kino Paradox
Krupnicza 38, Kraków

Local organizer

Fundacja Autonomia

Contact

Agata Teutsch (502 24 67 68) - do dnia festiwalu
Justyna Warczakoska (515 47 66 59) - na czas festiwalu

Program

Wednesday 27.03

14:40

The Atomic Soldiers

22', 2018 USA, Netherlands Dir. Morgan Knibbe

Thursday 24.10

18:00

Opening ceremony

18:30

The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov

72', 2017 Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic Dir. Askold Kurov

19:45

Discussion: Human Rights in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus

Discussion with Małgorzata Nocuń, deputy editor of New Eastern Europe and with representatives from the human rights film festival WATCH DOCS Belarus.

Friday 25.10

10:00

YOUTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Black Sheep

27', 2018 UK Dir. Ed Perkins

10:30

Youth Unstoppable

87', 2018 Canada Dir. Slater Jewell - Kemker

12:00

Meeting with Weronika Woźniak and Dominika Sierant - representatives of Youth Climate Strike

16:00

Strajk Kobiet Trwa

dir. Magda Malinowska, 51:30'. 

Women's resistance in Poland - from fight for working conditions to access to abortion.

17:00

Czech Journal: The Limits of Work

72', 2017 Czech Republic Dir. Apolena Rychlíková

18:30

Meeting: Doomed to lawlessness? If and how can we fight for better working conditions?

Meeting with Magda Malinowska, member of Worker’s Initiative and director of the film "Strajk Kobiet Trwa", and Monika Curyło, representative of Worker’s Initiative at Jagiellonian University.

Translation from/into sign language available. 

19:45

Concert: Krakowski Chór Rewolucyjny

20:20

Sing

52', 2018 Poland, Russia Dir. Olga Korotkaya

21:20

Some Joy in this Struggle

22', 2017 France Dir. Jean-Gabriel Périot

Saturday 26.10

12:00

ELECTIONS AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

The Good Change: Poles Apart

77', 2018 Poland Dir. Konrad Szołajski

13:20

In the street

47', 2019 Poland Dir. Robert Kowalski

15:10

Inside the Russian Info War Machine

97', 2018 France Dir. Paul Moreira

17:00

Meeting: How not to get drowned out by disinformation? The Good Change in practice

Meeting with dr Magdalena Stoch (The Pedagogical University of Krakow).

Translation from/into sign language available. 

17:45

Street fight

83', 2005 USA Dir. Marshall Curry

19:10

Time for Ilhan

90', 2018 USA Dir. Norah Shapiro

20:40

Meeting after the screenings: In opposition to Donald Trump. Women and ethnic/racial minorities in contemporary American politics

Meeting with dr Paulina Napierała (Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Jagiellonian University)

Sunday 27.10

10:15

BORDERS BEYOND BORDERS: HOW WESTERN COUNTRIES CLOSE THE PATH TO SAFE SHELTER FOR THE REFUGEES

Gangway to a Future

91', 2018 Netherlands Dir. René Hazekamp

11:50

The Deal

52', 2017 Netherlands Dir. Els van Driel,Eefje Blankevoort

12:50

Anubumin

18', 2017 Austria, Australia Dir. Zanny Begg,Oliver Ressler

13:10

Panel discussion

Panel discussion with prof. Jan Lencznarowicz (Jagiellonian University), Eva Magdalena Stambøl (Aalborg University), Aleksandra Lipczak (Welcome to Krakow Initiative).

Translation from/into sign language available. 

14:30

WILL THE WAR COME?

A Night at the Garden

7', 2017 USA Dir. Marshall Curry

15:00

When the war comes

76', 2018 Croatia, Czechia Dir. Jan Gebert

16:30

CLIMATE CHANGE VS HUMAN RIGHTS

The Tipping Point. Energy aNew

82', 2017 Poland Dir. Łukasz Bluszcz

18:00

Youth Unstoppable

87', 2018 Canada Dir. Slater Jewell - Kemker

19:30

Discussion: The Tipping Point - Krakow in the face of climate change

Discussion with Łukasz Frank – Director of the Public Transport Board, Magdalena Kozłowska – Krakow Smog Alarm, Patrycja Andrychowicz –  Youth Climate Strike and representatives of the Krakow City Council.

 

Translation from/into sign language available. 

21:30

Closing Ceremony

Films