That’s right, The Human Rights Watch Film Festival is back for its 14th year, with 28 films from 20 countries showing from tomorrow until 26 March.

Highlights include The Balibo Conspiracy starring Anthony LaPaglia, an engaging thriller about five Australian journalists who go missing during Indonesia’s invasion of Timor in 1975; Raoul Peck’s Haiti-set Shakespearan tragedy Moloch Tropical; and the thought-provoking The Sun Behind the Clouds – Tibet’s Struggle for Freedom.

Closed Societies: Iran and North Korea, Accountability and Justice, and Development and Migration are the main themes explored by this year’s selection.

Showing 17-26 March at The Ritzy, ICA, Curzon Soho and Curzon Mayfair.

For more information, go to the Human Rights website.