This one-day festival will bring together 12-25 year olds from all over Victoria to learn from experts in Human Rights. Note: Teachers/Staff attending with Students/Young People do so for free and as such do not need to book a ticket for themselves. Ticket holders will be emailed an invitation to register for individual sessions from More…
HRAFF 2019 Trailer
The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival 2019 trailer is here. Check it out! Warning - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following clip may contain images and voices of deceased persons.
After a competitive application process, the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival Board are excited to announce the appointment of our new CEO Imogen Thomas from 12 August 2019. Imogen combines a diverse suite of experiences and insights from working in the creative industries to marketing and business development. Board Chair Evelyn Tadros stated that More...
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Each of these wonderful individuals brings a wealth of knowledge, passion, and above all else – a desire to advocate for human rights and social justice issues. We are incredibly grateful for their invaluable support in championing our festival and helping us engage diverse new audiences.
Highlighting a variety of femme voices and stories, these shorts encapsulates the diverse experiences of those identifying as a woman. Last year’s Femme Shorts sold out, we’re so excited to share the 2019 series with you. And this year, we’re bring you two screenings!Go to topic
CineSeeds – 2040
Now in its 7th year, HRAFF’s CineSeeds program engages young audiences through film and discussion. The 2019 film celebrates the young people who are leading the charge for a safe climate for our generation and future generations. The film will be accompanied by a short Q&A.