On the 6th of March in Prague starts the International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival One World. In the programme, there are six Polish documentary films.

The International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival One World in Prague is one of the largest festivals in the world dedicated to films about human rights. Last year, over 125 000 viewers participated in it. In addition to the screenings in Prague, the films from the programme of the One World are also shown in 36 cities in the Czech Republic and other countries.

Every year, the One World Festival presents about 120 documentary films. This year, six Polish productions are among them. "Love and Empty Words" by Małgorzata Imielska will participate in the International Competition, whereas "Village of Swimming Cows" by Katarzyna Trzaska will be shown in the section "Long Live Life."

In the section ??? the audience of the One World Festival will see the documentary film by Rafał Łysak, "Unconditional Love," and in !!! - "In Touch" by Paweł Ziemilski and "The Good Change" by Konrad Szołajski.

In turn, "Home Games" by Alisa Kovalenko will be shown in the Panorama section.

The One World Festival is accompanied by the industry event East Doc Platform, in which six Polish projects will participate. You can read more about the projects here.

During the East Doc Platform starts the project Polish Docs PRO by the Krakow Film Foundation, in co-operation with TVP (the Polish Television), which is an expansion of the existing activities and the aim of which is the comprehensive promotion of Polish documentary film industry at international events for professionals.

You can find more information about the One World programme on the festival's website, and about industry events on the website of the East Doc Platform.