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Nowhere To Hide: Responsibility for the Global Refugee Crisis


Address350 Sauchiehall Street; at the CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts (2nd Floor)
CityGlasgow
AtDocument - International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival
CountyGlasgow (GB057)
From12/10/2017
To22/10/2017
Hours22:00
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350 Sauchiehall Street; at the CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts (2nd Floor)
Glasgow
Document - International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival
Glasgow (GB057)
Tel 2017-10-12
Categoria Events

Film strand at Document Human Rights Film Festival 2017 “The whole picture has perhaps become too overwhelming and complex. Perhaps we push it aside because it has become too difficult to witness, but this only generates fear and selfishness.” Egil Håskjold Larsen (director, 69 Minutes of 86 Days) With the rise of the right across the western world, and the increasing legitimisation of extreme points of view, filmmakers must challenge mainstream complacency, while audiences must confront their own complicity, responsibility and ability to affect change. Films in this strand: Nowhere to Hide | Document Community Screenings No Man Is An Island | Document 2017 Stranger In Paradise | Document 2017 Chauka, Please Tell Us The Time | Document 2017 Panel: Nowhere To Hide - Responsibility for the Refugee Crisis 69 Minutes of 86 Days (Closing Gala) | Document 2017 Full details at our website: http://bit.ly/2xzxNGP #Docu2017 ACCESS: Level access at entrance of CCA with lift available to reach 1st and 2nd floors.

Accessible toilets available on each floor. For more information, please see CCA's access statement: https://www.cca-glasgow.com/about-cca/access-statement or contact the venue on 0141 352 4900 or by emailing gen@cca-glasgow.com. See individual events for further access details.


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