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United Nations Association Film Festival

Established in 1998 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations Association Film Festival (or UNAFF) is a product of the collaboration between the grassroots nonprofit United Nations Association (UNA) and the Stanford Film Society. Perhaps more than any other film festival, UNAFF is committed to reaching into every corner of the globe to find documentary features and short subjects illuminating important issues of the day. Though centered at Palo Alto's Stanford University, the fest radiates—via a Traveling Film Festival program—through California (East Palo Alto, San Francisco, Berkeley, Monterey, Santa Cruz, Davis, Sonoma, San Diego, and Los Angeles), as well as points east (Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Honolulu, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington DC, New York, New Haven at Yale University, Waukesha at University of Wisconsin, Boston and Cambridge at Harvard University). The festival's commitments to human rights and filmmaking excellence make for a uniquely rich festival experience. For a complete, current schedule and festival archive, visit
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