Mon 2 Dec 20.00
Dir. Juan Manuel Biaiñ
UK, 2010, 75 mins
A thought-provoking exposé on our current obsession with voyeurism, surveillance technologies, power and control, Article 12 looks at debates around the right to privacy of both individuals and governments.
Featuring leading academic and commentator Noam Chomsky and a host of the world’s leading philosophers, cultural figures and expert voices from Amy Goodman to A C Grayling, the film uses the 12th article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to confront head on the current state of privacy around the world.
UPDATED PANEL: Followed by a panel Q&A with director Juan Manuel Biaiñ and Kirsty Hughes, CEO of Index on Censorship.
Screening in partnership with the United Nations to mark Human Rights Day.
Please note: There won’t be adverts or trailers before this screening and the film will start promptly at 8pm.