The Human Rights WatchInternational Film Festival will host its 10th annual London event this year from March 15-24 at six venues.

This year's programmeincludes 22 features, starting with opening night film Land of the Blind, a political satire starring Ralph Fiennes andDonald Sutherland and directed by Robert Edwards.

The festival will alsoinclude a Centre Piece screening of Hany Abu-Assad's Paradise Now.

In addition Human RightsWatch will host a mini-retrospective for documentarian Kim Longinotto,including her latest film Sisters in Law.

Other films selected thisyear include Andrew Shergold's Pierrepoint, James Longley's Iraq in Fragments, Fernando Solanas' LaDignidad De Los Nadies (TheDignity of the Nobodies), Olenka Frenkiel and Giselle Portenier'sKiller's Paradise, Martin Marecek and Martin Skalsky's Source, and Ivan O'Mahoney'sHow to Plan a Revolution.