Posts By: Tula Goenka

Irene Taylor Brodsky builds on her powerful first feature, Hear and Now, by delving into an intergenerational exploration of living with deafness. Brodsky’s son Jonas began losing his hearing as a baby…

When N. Scott Momaday won the 1969 Pulitzer Prize, it marked one of the first major acknowledgments of Native American literature and the vibrant contemporary culture it described…

In this galvanizing examination of the fight for free higher education, acclaimed documentarian Rehad Desai takes his own alma mater as a case study in a growing intersectional global movement…

The Silence of Others captures the first attempt in 77 years to prosecute crimes of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco (1939-1975). In a groundbreaking international court case…

This bold new work from the directors of the award-winning Dreaming Lhasa(2005) is a tale of tragedy, retribution, and courage. At age eight, Dolkar and her father fled their home in Tibet, escaping Chinese…

We proudly celebrate the seventeenth anniversary of the Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival in 2019. We once again bring to Central New York an outstanding line-up of critically acclaimed nonfiction and fiction films…

Free SUHRFF t-shirts will be given out on a first come basis at each screening while supplies last…

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