The World has been set into motion. After the Arabic revolutions, a wave of protests has also gripped Europe since last year. If anyone thought of civic activism as of being on the brink of extinction, they could have realised that is not the case. Also in Slovakia, people took to the streets and did not even hesitate to freeze.
Films from the 13th One World festival will show that even when the objectives and the means of protest actions from Egypt, through Greece, up to the USA are different, the connecting element is the strong will of young people who demand a change of the established order.
The One World festival will take place in Bratislava between December 3 and 9, 2012. In addition to Bratislava, after the festival in Bratislava is over, viewers will have the opportunity to watch selected films until April 2013 in more than 20 other cities across Slovakia – within the One World in Regions screenings.
Screen by yourself:
This year, festival One World is looking for active viewers. Join the activity Screen by yourself. Already during 2012, we offer the possibility to screen 6 selected films from the festival archive in your home, at school, at work, for your friends, or to organize a public screening in your community. From December 9, 2012, within the Screen by yourself activity, we offer a new collection of films, presented at the festival this year.
You can download a copy of the full programme here or get more information from www.jedensvet.sk
The One World festival is the only cultural and educational event in Slovakia that deals with human rights and global issues in a complex manner. Annually, it presents around 70 documentary films of mainly foreign production, more then a dozen of discussions on current issues, photographic exhibitions and concerts. In 2011, the number of festival visitors reached the figure of approximately 14,500 viewers in Bratislava and 15,300 visitors in the regions.