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Human Rights Watch Film Festival - Ottawa

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Human Rights Watch Film Festival Ottawa
May Protected content , 2010
at the ByTowne Cinema

A Co-Presentation between the Human Rights Watch Canada Committee and the ByTowne Cinema

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Tuesday, May 11, 7:30PM
Opening Night: MON COLONEL
Director: Laurent Herbiet, France/Belgium Protected content , 110m

Costa-Gavras co-scripted this political drama, set during the Algerian war of independence, which questions the rationale for torture and brutal interrogation during wartime.

Wednesday, May 12, 7:30PM
Director: Havana Marking, United Kingdom Protected content , 87m

A documentary following four ethnically diverse finalists on "Afghan Star." More than just a TV show, "Afghan Star" is a symbol of a freedom and democracy in a nation recovering from nearly three decades of civil war, foreign invasions and Taliban rule.

Film will be followed by a panel discussion

Thursday, May 13, 7:30PM
Director: Malcolm Rogge, Canada Protected content , 92m

A documentary about the effects of a Canadian copper mining company's proposed arrival in the northwest part of Ecuador, one of the world's most environmentally threatened regions.

Guest Speaker: Malcolm Rogge, Director

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All screenings are held at the ByTowne Cinema, Protected content Street, Ottawa.

Tickets cost $15 and are available at the ByTowne Cinema box office during normal operating hours. See Protected content for details.

For complete film descriptions and film ratings, visit the official websites: Protected content and Protected content

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