The 2024 FIFDH programme is online! Discover the 41 films, 24 forums and 23 events that make up this 22nd edition, which will take place from 8 to 17 March in Geneva.

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Teaching material available!

Online teaching material The educational material dedicated to each FIFDH session for Schools from now one is available online. Each film has an educational sheet…

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FIFDH unveils the programme for its 22nd edition

Among them, the Festival will host American activist Angela Davis, Russian journalist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dmitri Mouratov and Palestinian photojournalist Motaz Azaiza. Between…

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The Impact Days 2024 programme is out!

We’re delighted to announce this year’s Impact Days programme, March 10-12, and the opening of industry accreditations! This professional programme is for NGOs, filmmakers, impact…

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Festival Schools programme

From 11 to 15 March 2024, the FIFDH for Schools welcomes Secondary I and II classes to the Cinémas du Grütli! Discover the FIFDH Schools…

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Spotlight on the posters of the 22nd edition of the FIFDH

The Geneva International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) unveils the posters of its 2024 edition (March 8-17): a photographic triptych crafted by…

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The Foundation Board welcomes five new members

We are delighted to welcome five new members to the FIFDH Foundation Board, who complete a Board in charge for adopting the Festival’s strategy and…

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41 films

with 21 swiss premieres

24 forums

with 65% of women participating

150 guests

from everywhere in the world

23 events

round tables, meetings, special screenings and exhibitions

12 educational sessions

for more than 2’000 students

3 sessions for young publics

and their families, from 6 years old

3 days of FIFDH Impact Days, the professional programme

which gathers more than 900 participants from 70 countries on an hybrid programme