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The 13th Human Rights Watch International Film Festival is set to take place in London between March 18th and 27th.

Described by its organisers as the best place to see politically and socially-engaged feature films and documentaries from around the world, the event also provides guests with the chance to meet the directors and producers.

A wide array of films will be screened at the festival and many of them will be making their U.K debuts. As such, it may be wise to buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

Several different venues - including the Curzon Renoir and Mayfair - will host the films, but the majority will take place at the Ritzy in Brixton Oval.

The organisers state: "The works we feature help to put a human face on threats to individual freedom and dignity and celebrate the power of the human spirit and intellect to prevail."

Films set to be screened at the festival include Back Home Tomorrow, an examination of the way in which hope prevails in even desperate environments, as well as Afghan Star, which follows the story of reality TV in a country repressed by the Taliban.

Given the popularity of the event, visitors are advised to book their hotels as early as possible. offers over 600 London hotels. The hotels range from luxury hotels to cheap London hotels.

In particular 4 star Beauchamp Hotel is offering superior double room for 2 adults from £94 per night. The normal rate for this room is £276. The hotel is located approximately 20 mins drive from The Ritzy where the opening ceremony is taking place.

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