Meet Our CEO, Aleta Moriarty

The Human Rights Arts and Film Festival Board and staff are delighted to announce the appointment of our new CEO, Aleta Moriarty. Aleta comes to HRAFF with a 20-year career spanning international development, human rights, gender equality, business ethics and the arts. Aleta comes from her role as Ethics and Sustainability Manager at Cotton On More…

HRAFF MIFF PICKS

HRAFF Program Director, Lauren Valmadre, provides you with her 2017 MIFF Picks.

Podcast: Bank Australia in conversation with HRAFF Chair and Co-Founder Evelyn Tadros

On Purpose Partnership: Our Principal Partner Bank Australia on why they partner with HRAFF It’s been great to be part of HRAFF’s journey and see the festival grow. Marking the Festival’s 10 year anniversary, we interviewed HRAFF co-founder Evelyn Tadros for the first episode of our On Purpose podcast. As a bank, sometimes we are More…

MOVED BY DHEEPAN? CHECK OUT CERES TAMIL FEASTS.

If you were moved my our 2017 film Dheepan, this is the event for you! Learn more about Sri Lankan culture through delicious tamil fare. விருந்து Tamil Feasts is a social enterprise supporting recently settled asylum seekers through the celebration of food and culture. Serving up traditional Sri Lankan fare prepared by Tamil men currently seeking asylum More…

NOT SURE WHAT TO WATCH AT HRAFF? OUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR’S TOP TEN.

Too many documentaries to choose from at HRAFF 2017? This handy guide to our 10th Anniversary Festival will help you out. This year, we’ve  separated our film program into distinct thematic streams: Highlights: special presentations and key events Profiles: human stories celebrating bravery, resilience, activism and compassion Confrontations: urgent documentaries addressing the issues making news headlines Express More…

A MESSAGE FROM HON DANIEL ANDREWS MP

“I congratulate the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival on its 10th Anniversary and acknowledge its important contribution to Victoria’s cultural and social landscape.”

CONTENTIOUS DOCUMENTARY ‘THE OPPOSITION’ TO OPEN 2017 HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS & FILM FESTIVAL

The 10th Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) is thrilled to announce its Opening Night event – The Australian premiere of Hollie Fifer’s maligned documentary The Opposition.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY DIRECTOR INTERVIEW: BELINDA MASON

International Women’s Day (IWD) is all about celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. In solidarity with this year’s IWD campaign theme to #BeBoldForChange and to show our support for female triumphs, we decided to explore the work of Australian director Belinda Mason, who will be showcasing her new film Constance on the Edge as part of HRAFF’s 2017 10th anniversary festival.

SELECT 2017 10TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL SESSIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL MONDAY!

SELECT 2017 10TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL SESSIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL MONDAY!

Celebrating a milestone 10th Anniversary, the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival is back for 2017 with an exciting new selection of international and locally made films, vibrant arts program and topical forums.

SUNDANCE REPORT – 2017

HRAFF Program Director Lauren Valmadre gives us a brief report about her experience at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

BANK AUSTRALIA IS HRAFF’S PRINCIPAL PARTNER FOR THE FESTIVAL’S 10TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2017

We are delighted to announce that Bank Australia will be our Principal Partner for the 10th Anniversary Festival in 2017.     Bank Australia has been an invaluable supporter over the last 4 years and we’re excited to be continuing our partnership with them for the fifth year and in such a pinnacle year for the organisation and More…

2016 HRAFF Awards

Impact Award Winner: Chasing Asylum Eva Orner, Australia, 2016   Audience Award Winner: Chasing Asylum Eva Orner, Australia, 2016   Best International Short Winner: The Face of Ukraine: Casting of Oksana Baiul Kitty Green, Australia, 2014   Best Australian Short Winner: Bluey Darlene Johnson, Australia, 2015   Audience Award Australian Short Winner: Nowhere Lines: Voices from Manus Island Lucas Schrank, Australia, 2015 More…

1 2 3

Spread the Word & Share

Subscribe To Our Newsletter