For the first time, the festival will be accompanied by a Human Rights Film Forum, which offers a discussion platform for various actors on topics related to empowerment, populism and fake news, the climate crisis and the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
All conference formats of the Human Rights Film Forum can be found here.
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- Select an option under "Conference tickets". You can find the list below this step-by-step guide.
- Add your e-mail address and click on "CONTINUE".
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- Enter your name, create a password and click "CONTINUE". You're registered now.
- If necessary, add a discount code and/or payment information and purchase the ticket.
- At this point further some information is requested. They are mostly the same information as before. Complete them and click on "GO BACK".
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- Select the desired event, click on "ORDER TICKETS", then on "BUY" and finally on "GO BACK". You are now registered for the event and can add further events.
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The "Human Rights Film Forum +" ticket gives access to seven films of your choice. The complete film program can be found under the tab Program or here: Overview.
Attention: To book the tickets without costs, it is important to be logged in to your Eventive Account.
Price: 50 EUR
The conference ticket for the Human Rights Film Forum is open to representatives of the film industry and NGOs, journalists, media professionals and artists as well as representatives of public and private institutions working in the fields of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, human rights or media.
* Participation in the Human Rights Film Forum (offline / online) - as long as seats are available.
* 7 film tickets (they can be used for screenings at the festival center or online).
* Guests-Meet-Guests (offline).
Members of the AgDOK and ProQuote Film as well as enrolled students from the fields of journalism, film, media and humanities and natural sciences can register / accredit at a reduced rate for the Human Rights Film Forum.
Price: 45 EUR
Free of charge
* Participation in the Human Rights Film Forum (online ) - as long as places are available.
* Guests-Meet-Guests (offline) - after prior registration.
Free of charge
Press representatives can accredit themselves for the Human Rights Film Forum. The festival reserves the right to decide on accreditation after verification.
* Participation in the Human Rights Film Forum (offline / online) - as long as places are available.
* Film tickets (can be used for film screenings in the festival center).
If you need access to films in advance for your reporting, please contact our press office directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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