Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to the captial

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Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to the captial

14 award-winning international documentaries and feature films will be screen in London over the next week - as the Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to the captial.

Officially opening March the 8th on International Women's Day - half of the films have been directed by women, and explore concerns for communities and individuals around the world.

We speak to Andrea Holley the festival's strategic director and Londoner Rosie Garthwaite who made one of the films, 'The Workers Cup.'

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