DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 3, 2021 — Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival invites entries from documentary filmmakers worldwide who focus on human rights.
The film festival is organized by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union and will be held in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Films must have been produced from 2020-2022.
Winners in the Rights Now Award, Docu/world, Docu/Ukraine, Docu/short, Andriy Matrosov Award, and Student Jury Award will receive cash prizes of $1000.
The Audience Award winner will also receive $1000.
The early deadline for entries is September 3rd while the second deadline is November 19th, and the final deadline is December 1st.
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