“Do It Yourself” – organize your own screening
“Do It Yourself” is a new WATCH DOCS. Human Rights in Film International Film Festival project as part of which seven documentaries presented at previous editions of the festival can be made available to any person or institution in Poland interested in organizing a free public or private screening followed by a debate or discussion.
Films selected to the project are accompanied by educational materials containing a brief presentation of facts, relevant human rights standards, as well as scripts that can be used to organize a debate and guidelines for a discussion moderator. Discussion handouts has been prepared by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights experts and methodologists.
HOW TO ORGANIZE A SCREENING
To organize a screening, all you need to do is to fill in an application form. After the receipt of your enquiry, WATCH DOCS team will contact you to share a Vimeo link or discuss the details of the DVD shipment. After the screening and discussion, please remember to fill in a brief evaluation form. It is also a requirement for organizing subsequent screenings.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
PROJECT LANGUAGE / LANGUAGE VERSIONS
Please note that the application form and post-screening survey are in Polish only. If you wish to organize a screening and you do not speak Polish, please send a general enquiry email to email@example.com.
The following three films are available in English or with English subtitles: Presumed Guilty, Made in BY, No Burqas Behind Bars.
WATCH DOCS DIY screenings can be organized in Poland only.