Garish Sun: Stories on Human Rights| 3mins
Director: Charles De Meaux | Producer: ART for The World & United Nations High Commi
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Italy
In an unnamed theme park, a young woman reads from an English edition of Romeo and Juliet. A comment on the universality of literature to touch people's lives, and a subtle reminder that some people don't have the opportunity to travel the world. The film, created and produced by ART for The World is born under the auspices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and supported by the European Commission, French Government and SESC, Sao Paulo, Brasil, is a long feature composed by 22 short movies by filmmakers and artists from all over the world. Each short (documentary, fiction, drama, comedy, etc) is based on one of the major themes highlighted in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: culture, development, dignity and justice, environment, gender and participation.
Garish Sun: Stories on Human Rights | 3mins
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