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Sioux Falls Feminsts endorse the Human Rights Watch
of movies that show the extent of human rights
abuses around the world as well as in the United States.

Human Rights Watch DVD Collection

Human Rights Watch (2003) - 570 minutes
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Endorsed by Human Rights Watch. HRW endorses selected First Run films that shed light on human rights abuses throughout the world.

Featured in this box set are seven films endorsed by Human Rights Watch. Also included on the discs are film notes written by experts from HRW as well as other materials such as bonus films, extra footage, interviews and more.

The Camden 28: A Film by Anthony Giacchino
In the summer of 1971, 28 antiwar activists broke into a local New Jersey draft board office to destroy records - an act of dissent against the never-ending war in Vietnam. But a mole had infiltrated their operation, and soon they were all rounded up by the FBI. This acclaimed documentary tells their story. (83 minutes)

Dangerous Living: A Film by John Scagliotti
Traveling to five continents, Dangerous Livingexplores the lives of gay and lesbian people in non-western cultures, from Egypt to Honduras to Kenya, Thailand and more. Heartbreaking and triumphant stories abound in this inspiring look at the global movement to end discrimination and violence against GLBT people. (60 minutes)

The Devil's Miner: A Film by Kief Davidson & Richard Ladkani
Winner of seven awards, The Devil's Mineris an astonishing portrait of two brothers, age 14 and 12, who work deep inside the silver mines of Cerro Rico, Bolivia. Raised without a father, the brothers toil in the dangerous tunnels to help support their family and afford supplies vital for their education. (82 minutes)

Dreaming Lhasa: A Film by Ritu Sarin & Tenzing Sonam
A Journey into Tibet's fractured past and a voyage of self-discovery, this thoughtful drama bout a young Tibetan woman from New York who travels to Dharamsala in northern India only to find herself unwittingly falling in love with an enigmatic ex-monk "unwraps Tibetan culture from the timeless ideal." (90 minutes)

Roses In December: A Film by Ana Carrigan & Bernard Stone
In 1980, lay missioner Jean Donovan and three American nuns were brutally murdered by El Salvador's security force. This classic documentary is both an eloquent memorial to these courageous women and a powerful indictment of U.S. foreign policy in Central America. (56 minutes)

S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine: A Film by Rithy Pahn
From 1975-79 nearly two million Cambodians lost their lives when the Khmer Rouge forced the urban population in the country side. In this award winning documentary and astonishing historical document, one survivor finally confronts his captors, some of whom are as young as 12 when they committed their atrocities. (101 minutes)

Silent Waters: A Film by Sabiha Sumar
Pakistan, 1979: General Zia-ul-Haq takes control of the country and stokes the fires of Islamic nationalism. In this gripping dram, a Muslim widow who teaches young girls the Koran watches helplessly as her beloved son fall in with a group of Islamic fundamentalists - bringing back to the surface her haunted past. (99 minutes)

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Human Rights Watch DVD Collection

Sioux Falls Feminists endorse the Human Rights Watch
of movies that show the extent of human rights
abuses around the world as well as in the United States.