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Once upon a time, you'd be safe in assuming that the works programmed in a human rights film festival were long on compassion and human suffering but a bit short on filmmaking finesse.The Karama-Beirut Human Rights Film Festival suggests human interest film has come a long way.The program is comprised of 16 films from Lebanon, the Arab world, Europe, America and Asia – seven feature- and television-length documentaries, four documentary shorts and five fiction shorts.The Karama-Beirut Human Rights Film Festival is up at Metropolis Cinema-Sofil July 17-20 .
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