WHO WE ARE:
The 1905 Hong Kong Human Rights Film Festival is a newly established human rights film festival in Hong Kong. Our organization sees film as an easily accessible medium to spread awareness about human rights abuses, which can have an immense impact on the festival's audience.
Known for it's quaint location, friendly staff/volunteers, inquisitive audience, consistent communication, multiple screening opportunities, workshops, panels and other amazing networking opportunities and parties; it's no wonder JDIFF was voted one of the coolest film festivals and one of the top 50 worth the submission fee by MovieMaker Magazine (2016 & 2017). JDIFF also ranks as one of the top 100 reviewed festivals by FilmFreeway. JDIFF is ALL about the independent filmmaker!