Join us for a free, LIVE Q&A with filmmakers, journalists, human rights advocates and researchers after each film.

Our live Q&As + panel discussions are available for free, worldwide with RSVP.

Watch the films that you rent at your own pace, or follow the schedule below to watch along with us. Tune in before the Q&A to view the film and then join us for the discussion. If you missed a Q&A, ticket holders can find recordings on each film’s page on this website in the ‘Bonus Content’ section (viewable only by ticket holders) and here on our Vimeo page which can be viewed for free.

Mark your calendars and don’t forget to register for each Q&A and get the chance to ask your questions + share your responses to the films.

Please note: Q&As are free to join and watch, but you must have a ticket to watch each film on this site.

Thursday May 27: - Last chance to see the films before they expire from the platform at 11:59pm PDT!

FIND RECORDED Q&AS HERE:

FORGET ME NOT

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 19. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmaker Olivier Bernier, Hilda Bernier, Lydia X. Z. Brown, Director of Policy, Advocacy & External Affairs, Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN), Sue Swenson, President of Inclusion International, and film participant Sabrina Queenan. Moderated by Carlos Rios-Espinosa, Senior Researcher and Advocate in the Disability Rights Division, Human Rights Watch here on our Vimeo page

THE RETURN: LIFE AFTER ISIS

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 20. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmaker Alba Sotorra Clua, Kurdish Feminist Activist Sevinaz Evdike and Letta Tayler, Associate Director, Crisis and Conflict, HRW and Maya Foa, Joint Executive Director, Reprieve, moderated by Azadeh Moaveni, Author of Guest House for Young Widows: Among the Women of ISIS, and Director of the Gender and Conflict Project, International Crisis Group here on our Vimeo page.

APART

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 20. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmaker Jennifer Redfearn, Malika Kidd, Film Participant + Program Director, Workforce Development, Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry, and S. Nadia Hussain, Senior Campaign Director, MomsRising, moderated by Nicole Austin-Hillery, Executive Director, US Program, Human Rights Watch here on our Vimeo page.

UNAPOLOGETIC

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 21. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmaker Ashley O’Shay and film participants Bella BAHHS & Janaé Bonsu, moderated by author and Editor-in-Chief of RaceBaitr, Hari Ziyad here on our Vimeo page

Tacheles - The Heart of the Matter

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 22. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmakers Jana Matthes & Andrea Schramm, film participant Yaar, and Wenzel Michalski, Germany Director at Human Rights Watch. here on our Vimeo page.

Bajo Fuego (Under Siege)

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 22. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmakers Sjoerd van Grootheest and Irene Vélez-Torres, Kassandra Frederique, Executive Director, Drug Policy Alliance, moderated by Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno, Senior Legal Advisor Human Rights Watch: here on our Vimeo page.

200 Meters

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 23. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmaker Ameen Nayfeh, actor Ali Suliman, producer May Odeh and Khulood Badawi, Israel and Palestine consultant, Human Rights Watch, moderated by Sari Bashi, Research Director at Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN) here on our Vimeo page.

A Once and Future Peace

Thank you to everyone who joined our digital film festival screening + live Q&A on May 23. You can still watch the film at your own pace until May 27, and view the recording of the Q&A with filmmaker Eric Daniel Metzgar, film participant Saroeum Phoung and NYC Restorative Justice Manager at S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective Melissa Centeno, moderated by Lawrence Bartley, founder and director of “News Inside,” The Marshall Project, here on our Vimeo page.

In the Same Breath

DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD