One World Online offers the best films from the past 11 years of the One World Festival for your viewing pleasure all year round. You don't have to wait until March to see the One World Festival films. We constantly add new films to One World Online!
All films have Czech subtitles while some also have English subtitles and are clearly marked as English Friendly. All of the films from the recent edition 2022 will have Czech and English subtitles. Because we strive for accessibility for everyone, even when in an online environment, a select number of documentaries have descriptive or colour-coded subtitles as well as audio-described playback – more on that HERE.
Prices for screenings vary based on a documentary’s production year. After purchase, the film will be available to you for 48 hours. In order to make a purchase, you must first register. At One World Online, you’ll also find supplementary materials for select films or interviews with filmmakers. You can rate each streamed film after playback – 5 stars means the best.
Those marked as “English friendly” have English subtitles.
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Writing With Fire
Rintu Thomas, Sushmit Ghosh, India / 93 min. / 2021
They are failing to spark a revolution in the Indian caste system, but they are succeeding very well at digital revolution. The women's editorial board, made up of members of the lowest caste and led by reporter Meera, has been fighting for human rights in India for 14 years.Watch the documentary
Making A Mountain
Rikke Selin Fokdal, Kaspar Astrup Schröder
Denmark / 52 min. / 2020
A mountain has been rising in flat Copenhagen since 2019. Climbers climb it, skiers ski on it, and smoke billows from the chimneys. Mount Amager is a futuristic waste incinerator.Watch the documentary
USA, Norway, Denmark / 130 min. / 2021
The end of Robert Mugabe’s dictatorship brought Zimbabwe hope for change. Only the election of a new president will show if the country can leave behind its totalitarian past and embark on the path of true democracy.Watch the documentary
Be My Voice
Nahid Persson, Sweden, Iran, USA, Norway, UK / 93 min / 2021
In today's Iran, a woman without a hijab often faces violence and arrests. Still, thousands of women are taking this risk in the name of freedom and equality. And Masih Alinejad has become their voice.Watch the documentary
He's My Brother
Cille Hannibal, Christine Hanberg, Denmark, Norway / 75 min. / 2021
What’s life like with a brother who is deaf and blind, only able to perceive the surrounding world through touch, smell and taste? And how does one come to terms with a lifelong responsibility for someone?Watch the documentary
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The Zimov Hypothesis
How to fight the climate crisis? Scientist Sergei Zimov has the answer – we need to restore the flora and fauna from the Ice Age. The seemingly crazy theory has supporters at the world's prestigious universities, and Zimov is working on it in Siberia. The visually compelling documentary takes viewers to the frozen Siberian plains in a complex tale of science, family and stubbornness.Watch the documentary
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Two Minutes to Midnight
What if the world was ruled by women? Would conflicts be easier to resolve? Would peace prevail instead of war? Could they cope with the threat of nuclear war better than men? Join the government of women at the table and seek answers to these questions.Watch the documentary
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Our Memory Belongs to Us
A poignant recapitulation of events in Syria over the last ten years brings three friends to a French theatre. Together with the director, they go through the footage they have shot in Syria during these ten years. They try to make sense of the horrors they have experienced together through painful memories. Performatively conceived, the film is an elegy for the dead and a celebration of unbreakable friendship.Watch the documentary
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The Last Shelter
The migrants' home in Mali is the last refuge for many who make their way to the Algerian desert, full of pitfalls and armed groups, in search of a better life in Europe. Among them are two 16-year-old girls from Burkina Faso, who share their fears and their boundless bravery in this beautifully shot, fragile film.Watch the documentary