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    16 Projects Selected for 2022 FIFDH Impact Days Workshop

    Following its call for projects, FIFDH Impact Days we have received more than 110 documentary projects from around the world. 16 among them
    have been chosen to participate in the 2022 Impact Days workshop. The topics of these substantial documentary projects range from press freedom in India to forced displacement in Myanmar, from racial issues in Switzerland to Indigenous rights in Latin America, from war crimes in Nepal to democracy-building in Iraq.

    The team’s from the selected films will attend an online Impact Lab to develop their impact campaign. They will connect to strategic partners to put it effectively in place and possibly win a prize in cash that will be awarded to the best Impact project during the Impact Days in Geneva on 7-8 March 2022.

    Find the complete list of films below and more information on the FIFDH Impact Days 2022 projects – HERE

    FIFDH Impact Days 2022 Films

    • Alis (dir. Nicolas van Hemelryck, Clare Weiskopf) – Colombia, Chile, Romania
    • Baghdad On Fire (dir. Karrar Al-Azzawi) – Iraq, Norway
    • Bayo Bayo Baby (dir. Raul de la Fuente, Amaia Remirez) – Spain, France
    • Becoming A Black Woman (dir. Rachel M’Bon, Juliana Fanjul) – Switzerland, Mexico
    • Devi (dir. Subina Shrestha) – Nepal, UK
    • Do You Remember Me? (dir. Désirée Pomper, Helena Müller) – Swizterland
    • From Cold War To Green War (dir. Anna Recalde Miranda) – Italy, France, Sweden
    • High Tide Don’t Hide (dir. Niva Kay, Emily McDowell, Nia Phipps, Phil Stebbing) – New Zealand
    • Home Is Somewhere Else (dir. Carlos Hagerman Ruiz Galindo, Jorge Villalobos de la Torre) – Mexico
    • Midwives (dir. Hnin Ei Hlaing) – Myanmar, Germany, Canada
    • Peace for Nina (dir. Zhanna Maksymenko-Dovhych) – Ukraine, Switzerland
    • Pure Unknown (dir. Valentina Cicogna, Mattia Colombo) – Italy, Sweden, Switzerland
    • The Half Truths (dir. Hemal Trivedi) – India, USA
    • Tigre Gente (dir. Elizabeth Unger) – USA, UK
    • We Are Berta (dir. Erika Gonzalez Ramirez, Matthieu Lietaert) – Colombia, Belgium
    • Writing With Fire (dir. Rintu Thomas, Sushmit Ghosh) – India

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