Boris Lojkine, FR, 2019
90 min., OmdU
To mark International Day to End Impunity of Crimes against Journalists, the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) Vienna, in cooperation with the Austrian Commission for UNESCO, cordially invites you to the Ciné-ONU Vienna screening of the movie “CAMILLE”, with opening remarks by Martin Fritz, Secretary-General of the Austrian Commission for UNESCO, and followed by a panel discussion.

Camille, a young idealistic photojournalist, goes to the Central African Republic to cover the civil war that is brewing up. What she sees there will change her destiny forever.
Admission free | No bookings taken | Admission is first come, first served | Please come early FFP2 mask recommended | Accessible for persons with a mobility disability

Claudia Isep (Deputy Secretary General and Strategic Planning Coordinator, Austrian Commission for UNESCO)
Rosa Lyon (Journalist, Austrian Broadcasting Cooperation (ORF))
Frane Maroević (Executive Director, International Press Institute (IPI))
Martin Nesirky (Director, United Nations Information Service (UNIS) Vienna, Moderator)

“Ciné-ONU Vienna” is part of a Europe-wide initiative of regular film screenings of UN related topics followed by podium discussions with invited guests who were part of the film making process or are experts in the topic covered by the film. The United Nations Information Service (UNIS) Vienna is honoured to have “Ciné-ONU Vienna” partner with this human world (THW) film festival and Top Kino for the regular film screenings in Vienna.
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