Join us for a free, LIVE Q&A with filmmakers, journalists, human rights advocates and researchers after each film.
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 click on the films below 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.
Wednesday February 3
- Through the Night 7:00pm (PST) / 10:00pm (EST) Opening Night Discussion featuring director Loira Limbal, Lena Simet, Senior Advocate on Poverty and Inequality, Human Rights Watch and special guests. (Free Q&A but RSVP required)
Thursday February 4
- Missing in Brooks County 7:00pm (PST) / 10:00pm (EST) featuring director Jeff Bemiss, Clara Long, Associate Director, US Program, Human Rights Watch and special guests. (Free Q&A, but RSVP required.)
Friday February 5
- Talking About Trees 1pm (PST)/ 3pm (EST) featuring Mohamed Osman, Assistant Researcher in Human Rights Watch’s Africa Division and special guests. (Free Q&A but RSVP required)
Saturday February 6
A Reckoning in Boston 7pm (PST) / 10pm (EST) Closing Night Discussion featuring director James Rutenbeck, Producer Kafi Dixon, Lena Simet, Senior Advocate on Poverty and Inequality, Human Rights Watch. (Free Q&A, but RSVP required.)