HRHW LIVE @Parkteatret Thursday
torsdag 6. februar 2014 kl. 17:30 på Parkteatret
Come to Parkteatret on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to meet festival guests, join in debates, listen to filmmakers, activists and this year’s festival artists. This is where the in-depth debates will be, the concerts, the performances, the experiences. Stop by after a film, stay for the whole evening, or for just a little while.
Tickets are sold at the door – 100 kr/ 70 kr (students)
Or free entry with a cinema ticket from a festival film the same day!
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17:30 DOORS OPEN
18:00 THE MAKING OF: DRONE
19:15 DEBATE: GLOBAL SPORTS EVENTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
20:00: MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS
21:00 NIGHTWIND, PERFORMED BY HECTOR ARISTIZÁBAL
22:00 CONCERT AMINA SEWALI + DJ SELECTA DOMINIC REUBEN
18.00 THE MAKING OF: DRONE
Drone technology is a game changer with frightening consequences for modern warfare. Tonje Hessen Schei will present clips and talk about her upcoming documentary Drone.
19.15 DEBATE: GLOBAL SPORTS EVENTS & HUMAN RIGHTS
Global sports events have been criticized by human rights organizations and by labor unions for being complicit in human rights violations and violations of labor rights. The construction of sports venues in Sochi and the 2022 Fifa World Cup are two examples.
20.00 MEET THE FESTIVAL GUESTS!
Mariam Abu Khaled and Batoul Taleb from @the Jenin Freedom Theater are the directors of Art/Violence. Loten Namling is an amazing musician from Tibet, living in exile.
Amy Miller is the director of No Land No Food No Life.
21.00 NIGHTWIND – A PERFORMANCE ABOUT TORTURE AND HEALING WITH HECTOR ARISTIZÁBAL
Nightwind is a 30-minute performance based on Hector Aristizábal’s story of arrest and torture by the US-supported military in Colombia. After his release, he witnessed the killings of many friends and was forced into exile in the United States. When his brother was abducted and killed by the paramilitary groups in Colombia, his own rage and desire for violent revenge was awakened: what he calls “the terrorist within.” Inspired by his young children, he finds ways to transform these destructive energies into constructive action using theater as healing.
22.00 CONCERT: AMINA SEWALI
Amina Sewali is a one-woman band from Uganda and Ethiopia, known for her fusionist combinations between different genres. She will perform throughout the evening.