The global film community calls for the release of Tatsiana Hatsura Yveska

The global film community calls for the release of Tatsiana Hatsura Yveska

– In an open letter to authorities, film festivals, organizations and institutions expressed their concern about the arrest of the director of the Belarusian festival.

The world film community has expressed shock and concern over the arrest of Belarusian cultural activist and human rights defender Tatsiana (Tania) Hatsura Yveska. The director International Film Festival WATCH DOCS Belarus On 5 April in Minsk with several other human rights defenders.

An open letter to Belarusian authorities Human Rights Film Network, International filmmaker alliance in jeopardy, European Film AcademyIn addition to film festivals, film networks, institutions and organizations around the world are calling for the release of Hatsura Yveska and other human rights defenders who are deprived of their freedom.

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Florence SantucciMembers of the Board of Directors of the Human Rights Film Network and director of the International Human Rights Film Festival in Buenos Aires said: “We urge the Belarusian authorities to immediately and unconditionally release their colleague Tatsiana Hatsura-Yashka and other human rights defenders. And end the legal process of their persecution. “A partnership between The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, the International Federation for Human Rights and the World Organization Against Torture (OMCT) issued an urgent appeal condemning the arrest and demanding the release of Hatsura Yeska and others . Defenders.

Open Letter Text:

We, undersigned representatives of human rights film networks and film festivals around the world, call upon the authorities of the Republic of Belarus to immediately and unconditionally release Tatsiana Hatsura Yveska, director of the International Film Festival Wat SOCS Belarus and Zevano Educational. Non-governmental organizations and others deported human rights defenders of their freedoms.

It was with great concern that we received information that criminal proceedings had been taken against Tatsiana Hatsura Yveska. We urge the Belarusian government to respect Tatsiana Hatsura Yveska’s right to freedom of expression and personal freedom. Hatsura-Yvorska has made significant contributions to Belarusian culture and shares worldwide to promote our global film community, which includes Watch Docs Belarus. The WATCH DOCS International Human Rights Film Festivals in Belarus – belongs to the family of the Human Rights Film Network.

We will not forget our dear colleague Tatsiana.

We express our solidarity with the Tatsiana family. The following list is still open for further signatures from film festivals, film networks and film institutions. For those wishing to sign, please write [email protected]

Human Rights Film Network

International filmmaker alliance in jeopardy

European Film Academy

International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

Rotterdam International Film Festival

Documentary Association of Europe

Filmmaker – Cannes

European Film Funding

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European Audiovisual Network (EWA)

Latvian Association of Filmmakers

Documentarfilmintightle

International Documentary Film Association

Maduki, Ungarishr Documentarfilmverband

Independent Filmmakers Association (OFF)

Scottish Documentary Institute

1905 International Human Rights Film Festival, Hong Kong

Fiesta International Human Rights Film Festival, Philippines

Bergen International Film Festival

Censor Film Festival, Peru

Documents for Human Rights UA International Documentary Film Festival, Ukraine

Documentary Film Festival, Scotland

Film and Human Rights Festival, San Sebastian

Naples Human Rights Film Festival

Film Festival and International Forum for Human Rights (FIFDH), Switzerland

International Human Rights Film Festival, Argentina

In Sahara (Western Sahara International Film Festival)

Freedom Film Festival, Malaysia

Human Rights Nights, Italy

International Documentary Film Festival for Human Rights “Disturbing Movies”, Lithuania

International Human Rights Film Festival in Albania

Beirut Film Festival to be held for human rights

Important Film Festival, Netherlands

Smriti Sathya Nyay International Film Festival / International Film Festival

True justice, faction

Astores Social Film and Human Rights Exhibition (MOSOC), Spain

Nepal Human Rights Festival

International Human Rights Film Festival Nuremberg

Red Carpet Festival for Human Rights Films, Palestine

See the document. Human Rights at the International Film Festival, Poland

Vermont International Film Festival, USA

Verzio International Documentary Film Festival for Human Rights, Hungary

American Film Festival, Poland

CinéDOC Documentary Film Festival in Tbilisi

FID Marseille International Filmfootness

FIPADOC – International Documentary Film Festival, France

Goest – Central and Eastern European Film Festival, Germany

Berlin Film Festival for Human Rights

Krakow Film Festival

New Horizons International Film Festival, Poland

Nordic panorama film festival

One world romania

Tampere Film Festival

Tembo Documentary Film Festival, Sweden

Thessaloniki International Film Festival

When the East meets West, Italy

Real Neon International Film Festival, Switzerland

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