At the British Council Malta we have worked with partners to promote stronger cultural relations between countries, to foster discussions about equality and diversity, and to introduce people to a wide range of UK and international artists. We have provided many platforms and networks for open, international debates on contemporary issues, as well as providing access to specialist knowledge and expertise.
fiveFilms4freedom: show that love is a basic human right
fiveFilms4freedom is the first time either the British Council or the British Film Institute has initiated a global, digital human rights film event. In fact, fiveFilms4freedom is the world’s first global, digital LGBT film festival.
From 19–29 March 2015, audiences in London are enjoying BFI Flare. For the first time ever the British Council and BFI Flare have made 5 short films available free and online for people around the world, through the BFI Player.
Our first five films represent a cross section of contemporary LGBT short film. The films have been made by lesbians, gay men and trans filmmakers, and range from sweet short stories about first love, through political challenge, to exuberant activism. They are polished, rough, funny, sad and inspiring. They each have a different voice.
On one single day - Wednesday 25 March - fiveFilms4freedom asks the world to watch a movie together and show that love is a basic human right.
fiveFilms4freedom screening: 25 March
In Malta, the British Council in partnership with Aditus Foundation, Kinemastik and Malta Gay Rights Movement will hold a film screening for fivefilms4freedom on 25 March at 18.45 at Cavalieri hotel in St. Julians.
The screening is part of the 1st Annual General Meeting of Platform of Human Rights Organisations in Malta.
Entrance is free of charge and general public is encouraged to attend. Please send an email to register.
For any enquiries please email: MT.email@example.com