Where to see the films of the 2023 FIFDH?

Many films from the FIFDH 21st edition are available in the movie theaters and online. Overview.

Fictions and Documentary – Competition

La hija de todas las rabias de Laura Baumeister

Laura Baumeister

La hija de todas las rabias

Maria and her mother Lilibeth live on the edge of Nicaragua’s largest rubbish dumpsite. In a delicate exploration of the precious mother-daughter bond, the director creates a powerful parable that skillfully blends ecological issues with the exploitation of minors.

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Teona Strugar Mitevska

The Happiest Man in the World

Sarajevo, today: the film introduces us to participants in a seminar for finding love. A speed-dating session that also reveals the wounds left by the war in the Balkans thanks to brilliant mise en scène and outstanding actors.

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Foudre de Carmen Jacquier

Carmen Jaquier


Switzerland, at the beginning of the last century: the young Elisabeth must suddenly leave the convent and return to her family. The mysterious death of her older sister pushes her to defy social norms and explore the paths to emancipation.

Now in theaters in Switzerland and watch it from home on !

My name is happy de Ayşe Toprak and Nick Read

Ayşe Toprak and Nick Read

My Name is Happy

The movie tells the inspirational story of a Kurdish teenager, Mutlu Kaya, who comes from a remote community in South East Turkey. Aged 19, stardom beckoned when she reached the finals of Turkey’s Got Talent. ​Days later she was shot by a man trying to abduct her. Against the odds, Mutlu survived, but with life-changing injuries and a bullet in her brain. Still recovering, Mutlu cannot escape the reality of escalating attacks against Turkish women: her carer & sister Dilek is killed by her boyfriend, and a neighbour is murdered by her fiance. Despite her disability, Mutlu relentlessly pursues justice for her sister, supported by her ever loyal family: mother Hanim, elder sister Songul & brother Hakan.

Watch for free from home on PlayRTS! Until 03.02.2024.

Je suis noires de Juliana Fanjul and Rachel M’Bon

Juliana Fanjul and Rachel M’Bon

Je suis Noires

In Switzerland, a land of consensus and neutrality, unprecedented voices are being raised by women who are fighting for the recognition of structural racism, deconstructing stereotypes and claiming their dual Swiss and black identity. In this context, Rachel (Barbezat) M’Bon, a Swiss-Congolese journalist, begins her own quest for identity. On her way to emancipation, she questions her past, her present and holds up a mirror to her country and her peers.

Watch for free from home on PlayRTS! Until 31.01.2024. 

Hors-compétition documentaire

Interdit aux chiens et aux Italiens de Ughetto

Alain Ughetto

Interdit aux chiens et aux Italiens

At the beginning of the 20th century in northern Italy, the Ughetto family dreams of a new life abroad. The story unfolds as Luigi Ughetto crosses the Alps, changing the destiny of his much-loved family forever.

To be seen in theaters !