INVIOLABLE – THE FIGHT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS plus Q & A with Director Angela Andersen

| 2018 | 88 mins | |
A Film by Angela Andersen

Wednesday June 26, 2019


$12 General Admission, $9 Member,
$7 child age 14 or younger
Doors Open for admissions 30 min. prior to screening
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A Film by Angela Andersen

Vineyard Director Angela Andersen will be present for a Q & A after the film.

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will premiere the English version of Inviolable.

The documentary first aired in Germany and France in December 2018,  around the 70th Anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights. It has been nominated for best documentary in Europe and selected by several film festivals in the US and elsewhere.
The images are vivid and often beautiful but the message is relentless.  With more and more emboldened authoritarian regimes the moral principles that ensure certain standards of human behavior in our societies and which are regularly protected by law are threatened.
We meet people who are tirelessly fighting for human rights. Portraying a nurse in Africa, a student leader in Hong Kong, an environmental activist in Central America, a blind barefoot lawyer from China, journalists in Istanbul – these people give us hope that the fight is worth the struggle. Filmed in China, Guatemala, Turkey, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Canada, USA, Indonesia, and Kenya.
Critics call the film: “Spectacular – Impressive – Enlightening – Moving – A must see.

Angela Andersen is a journalist , filmmaker and director. Before she became a TV-producer, she finished her studies at the University of Hamburg with a Master degree in political sciences and sociology.

She was born in May of 1960 in the city of Cologne. Angela Andersen lives in Massachusetts.

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