What is TRC?

The Right Cut 2020
Human rights, camera, action!

In this 3rd edition, the human rights video contest The Right Cut: Human rights, camera, action!, is organized and promoted by the NGO Un Mundo Sin Mordaza in alliance with the French Embassy in Venezuela and Twitter INC.

Categories and Awards

Best Video for “Resilience in a Pandemic”

Award granted by the French Embassy in Venezuela

 If you want to share your experience of confinement and new normality, whether you are young or not, if what you feel is anguish for an uncertain future full of doubts or on the contrary, you have learned to cope with this situation in the best way and managing your time with perfect safety; this contest is for you.

Best Video “Defend Human
Rights”

Award granted by the French Embassy in Venezuela

If you have witnessed arbitrariness or injustice on the part of any authority, if this moment of quarantine is an opportunity for some groups to abuse and mistreat other human beings, then in defense of dignity take advantage of your talent to denounce it with a video; this contest is for you.

WINNERS 2019 EDITION

María de los Esteros
Eugenio Gómez Borrero
Colombia 2018

Award granted by the French embassy in Venezuela

Murciélagos
Felipe Ramírez Vilchez
Argentina 2016

Award granted by Twitter Inc.

The Fight
Violeta Ayala
Bolivia 2016

Award granted by the David Rockefeller Center of Harvard University

Tren Polaco
John Robertson
Chile 2019

Special mention

International Short film Competition The Right Cut returns this 2019

This year, the organization a World Without Gag (UMSM) with the Support of Amnesty International, in association with the French Embassy in Venezuela, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies of the Harvard University, and the Social network Twitter, perform the second edition of The

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