Complete with an expanded virtual programme and special events, the Foyle Film Intercultural and Anti-Racism Festival returns for its 15th year tackling a wide range of topics around discrimination, prejudice, human rights abuses, inequality, and environmental challenges.
The Festival, which aims to embrace diversity as well as encourage awareness of local and global issues, will take place online from Monday 29 March to Sunday 25 April. The online platform hosting the films will allow those purchasing to watch films for up to seven days after their release from the comfort of their own home.
This year, Foyle Film Intercultural and Anti-Racism Festival pays special attention to female stories, and its programme includes several films showcasing women’s issues with many featuring their own narratives.
To explore the full programme click here.
Foyle Film Intercultural & Anti-Racism Festival is a project of the Nerve Centre, and is funded by the Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen.