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Sunday, June 14, 2015


With venues across Durban, The Other People’s Film Festival presented by Refugee Social Services, aims to promote dignity, respect, understanding, tolerance and human rights for all people, by screening local and international films on the realities and experiences faced by refugees and immigrants all over the world.

Refugee Social Services has partnered with organisations such as Right 2 Know, Alliance Française Durban, Chatsworth Youth Centre and the KZNSA to take the festival to communities across Durban. More screening partners will be confirmed leading up to the festival.

The films are provided with courtesy of the Tricontinents Human Rights Film Festival with films from Africa, the Middle East, North America and Europe. The line-up includes films such as the acclaimed Road Map to Apartheid on Palestine; The Road To No Return; Gonzo documentary film The Ambassador on corruption and power in Africa.

Funded by Oxfam Australia in South Africa and UNHCR, The Other People’s Film Festival runs from June 12 to 20 to commemorate World Refugee Day on June 20.

The KZNSA Gallery will present a short film package of Angels, Our Broken Dreams and Asikhulume on June 16 at 13h30.

For more information, call 031 310 3578 or email