New Films in the Human Rights Film Collection

The Human Rights Film Collection at the University of Connecticut Libraries has reached 450 films! 

Recent addions to the Human Rights Film Collection include:

  • My Neighbor, My Killer (2009)
  • The Reckoning:  The Battle for the International Criminal Court (2009)
  • American Outrage (2008)
  • Angels on our Shoulders (2008)
  • Betrayal (2008)
  • Children in the Fields (2008)
  • Pray the Devil Back to Hell (2008)
  • Taxi to the Dark Side (2008)
  • China Blue (2008)
  • Children in No Man’s Land (2008)
  • XXY (2007)

Click here for a full listing of films.

And mark your calendars, the Human Rights in the USA film series resumes on Tuesday, February 9 at 4 PM with a screening of “Trouble the Water,” about a couple’s experiences during and after Hurricane Katrina.

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  1. Dear Madam or Sir,

    I learned about the Human Rights library and Archival research and I thought you could be interested in adding my video “Burnt Oranges” to your library. My video explores the history of political violence in my native Argentina. I examine the long-term effects and repercussions of Argentina’s 1970’s state terrorism through a combination of intimate witness narration, interviews, documentary, and re-created footage. The film is a personal and artistic portrayal of a country’s struggles to confront its painful past, and a reminder of the global necessity to defend human rights and democratic values.

    you will find more information at

    I am looking forward to hearing from you,


    Silvia Malagrino

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