source: Screening Rights
published: October 2017
SRFF 2017, the Midland’s festival of Social Justice film and debate now in its third year, is taking place 26 October to 1 November 2017 at MAC birmingham. The line-up, as always, is impressive and award-winning directors, and their films, will be joining the festival from around the globe.
Screening Rights is Birmingham’s international festival of social justice film. The festival programme combines screenings of some of the most interesting and highly acclaimed new films with post screening discussions involving directors, producers, writers, activists and experts. Screening Rights aims to inspire and develop debate on the potential of film to affect personal, social and political change.
About Screening Rights:
Screening Rights is a new venture by Michele Aaron and John Horne at the University of Birmingham. Screening Rights aims to be a space to inspire and develop debates on the relationships between film, vulnerability, human adversity, and social action.
“We kicked off 2015 with a buzzing panel discussion following the screening of the much-lauded documentary Concerning Violence at MAC Birmingham on Friday 9th January.” Read more here >