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Founded in March 2006, Movies that Matter followed in the footsteps of the Amnesty International Film Festival. It continued and enhanced the festival’s activities, both in the Netherlands and abroad.

Our mission is to open eyes to human rights. We use film to stir the debate on human rights, sustainability and the fight against injustice. We believe that film has the unprecedented capacity to raise awareness and provide new insight. What cannot be accomplished by spoken and written language, is sometimes achieved by motion picture. 

We create impact by asking questions and providing context and insight. We screen films in combination with a vast expansion programme, in the form of discussions, introductions, Q&A sessions, workshops and teaching aids

The Arab Network for Human Rights Film Festivals is a partnership between Film Festivals and activists in the field of Human Rights Films in the region. The Network encourages cooperation communication and exchange related to human rights of the people of the region.
The Arab Film Network is led by Ma3mal 612 Think Factory in Jordan.

Karama Festival is a six day film festival which is held in Amman, Jordan since 2010. After 8 editions of Karama Human Rights Film Festival, 410 human rights films were screened over the course of 8 year of cinema activism and advocacy for human rights in Jordan and in the region. Around 8000 spectators from different fields come yearly to the event, attend, and participate in its diverse activities.

The Consulate General of France in Jerusalem began its tumultuous history in the early 17th century. In 1535, the date of the first Capitulation between France and the Ottoman empire, the Consulate General of France in Jerusalem has held the status of a quasi-embassy. The Consulate is responsible for the area of the corpus separatum and the disputed territories. The Consulate’s districts include Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. The Consulate General is independent from the Embassy of France in Tel Aviv and does not have official diplomatic relations with Israel. All contacts with the State of Israel lie exclusively within the jurisdiction of the embassy in Tel Aviv. Since its establishment in 1994, the Consulate has been the French diplomatic representative to the Palestinian National Authority.

Gaza Association For Culture And Arts:
It is established in Gaza city as nongovernmental and nonprofit organization, registered in the ministry of interior according to the civil assemblies and associations law no. 12000. it’s registered under no. 7466 since 13 august 2005. it’s also registered in the ministry of culture under no. 100/2006/gh/769 since 25 May 2006. it’s member of the general union of cultural centers since 2006. Its field of work is cultural and artistic. The duration of the board are 3 years, it’s selected through the election. The activity of the association extends to all the governorates of the country.

The A. M. Qattan Foundation (AMQF) is an independent, not-for-profit developmental organisation working in the fields of culture and education, with a particular focus on children, teachers and young artists.

A just, free, enlightened, and tolerant society with an active global presence, one that embraces dialogue and produces knowledge, art and literature.

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