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UNAFF celebrates the power of films dealing with human rights, environmental themes, population, migration, women's issues, refugees, homelessness, racism, health, universal education, war and peace. UNAFF has screened some of the most awarded and talked about documentaries in the industry including five that went on to win Academy Awards
UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival) which was originally conceived to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, was founded by Stanford educator and film critic Jasmina Bojic with the participation of the Stanford Film Society and the UNA Midpeninsula Chapter, a community-based nonprofit organization.
The 21st UNAFF will be held from October 18-28, 2018 in Palo Alto, Stanford University, East Palo Alto and San Francisco. This year’s theme continues our two decades long celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with the reminder that it applies to everyone.
As one of the oldest solely documentary film festivals in the US, UNAFF has grown and earned the respect of audiences and filmmakers alike for its fearless independence and integrity. In addition to providing early outlets for films, many of which later went on to win major awards and accolades, UNAFF prides itself in creating a community forum with year-round programs for discovery and dialogue about different cultures, issues and solutions.
Over the years UNAFF has screened some of the most awarded and talked about documentaries in the industry, including seven that went on to win Academy Awards and thirty that were nominated.