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Human Rights festival FIFDH announces appointment of new editorial directors

The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) has announced the appointment of Laila Alonso Huarte and Laura Longobardi as its new editorial directors. Their mission is to galvanize the FIFDH’s audience by showcasing impactful films and fostering conversations that inspire positive change.

Alonso Huarte and Longobardi are driven by a desire to challenge viewers and provoke thought through artistically moving films. They believe in an inclusive approach that actively involves those most affected by global issues in the search for solutions. By addressing the interlinked crises of our time, the FIFDH aims to encourage reflection and mobilize individuals to make a difference.

With their extensive experience in cultural projects, Alonso Huarte and Longobardi will amplify the impact of selected films and support causes championed by the Festival’s guests. The FIFDH aspires to be a platform for diverse perspectives, fostering solidarity and promoting active engagement. By optimizing resources and creating a collaborative environment, the Festival aims to enhance its relevance and inspire meaningful action in today’s complex world.

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