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The European Convention on Human Rights
A film to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, which was opened for signature by member states on 4 November 1950 in Rome. The Convention today upholds the human rights of 800 million Europeans in 47 states.
The European Convention on Human Rights
A film to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, which was opened for signature by member states on 4 November 1950 in Rome. The Convention today upholds the human rights of 800 million Europeans in 47 states.

Free to be you
The Free To Be you film was recently launched at the Sarajevo Film Festival. The Council of Europe’s new film on freedom of expression is being shown at the start of all screenings at the festival.
Free to be you
The Free To Be you film was recently launched at the Sarajevo Film Festival. The Council of Europe’s new film on freedom of expression is being shown at the start of all screenings at the festival.

Chimères Absentes
"Chimères Absentes" (Absent Dreams) is the story of Sonietcka, a Roma girl who cannot afford to eat in the school canteen because her family is too poor. Only Malvina, her music teacher (played by Fanny Ardant), is brave enough to cross social and cultural borders and discover the complexity, richness and freedom of the Roma tradition and culture. This short film was shot on the outskirts of Rome with both a cast of professional actors (Francesco Montanari and Paolo Triestino) and Roma people playing themselves.
Chimères Absentes
"Chimères Absentes" (Absent Dreams) is the story of Sonietcka, a Roma girl who cannot afford to eat in the school canteen because her family is too poor. Only Malvina, her music teacher (played by Fanny Ardant), is brave enough to cross social and cultural borders and discover the complexity, richness and freedom of the Roma tradition and culture. This short film was shot on the outskirts of Rome with both a cast of professional actors (Francesco Montanari and Paolo Triestino) and Roma people playing themselves.