September 21 - 23
Three days of groundbreaking documentaries from around the world
Impugning Impunity has never been more critical. The festival provokes dialogue about justice and activism through a slate of groundbreaking new documentaries on human rights issues, post-screening Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and community talk-backs with human rights advocates and activists. Through its open call, the festival gives voice to unheard communities and filmmakers across the world.
Noted documentarian and veteran programmer currently serving as the Guest Curator for MoMA's Doc Fortnight
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Paco de Onís
Executive Director of Skylight, a media company dedicated to advancing social justice through storytelling. His film producing credits include Granito, 500 Years, State of Fear, and The Reckoning.
Emmy® award-winning cinema-tographer based in NY. His work has screened theatrically, appeared on TV networks such as Showtime, and online outlets. His documentary, Cartel Land, was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Documentary Feature.
The jury will honor the best film from the Official Selection with the Harry Randall Award for Best Human Rights Documentary Feature and Short. This award was created in memory of Harry W. Randall, Jr. (1915-2012) who served in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade as Chief Photographer of the 15th International Brigade during the Spanish Civil War. Award recipients will receive a filmmaking audio video and rental workshop package sponsored by DCTV and Manhattan Edit Workshop.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRIGADE ARCHIVES (ALBA)
The Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting social activism and the defense of human rights through educational programs. "Impugning Impunity" underscores ALBA’s commitment to uphold the values of the US volunteers who fought fascism in the Spanish Civil War, bringing human rights struggles to life through storytelling.