Bangkok, 16 March 2022 – The British Council in Thailand, with BFI Flare and the British Embassy Bangkok, are organizing ‘FiveFilmsForFreedom 2022’ online short film festival, screening five selected films from five countries across the world.
The festival is aimed to remind the audience that ‘Love is a Human Right’. Special to this year, Five Films For Freedom is also a part of the UK government’s ‘Safe To Be Me’ global campaign and the UK’s first global LGBT conference to tackle inequality around the world. For movie fans, grab your popcorn and come join the online fest for free, for 12 days straight, starting from today – 27 March 2022 at British Council’s Art YouTube channel. For more information, please visit www.britishcouncil.or.th or follow our Facebook fan page ‘British Council Thailand’.
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