This week, the documentary Karachaganak: Children in Exchange for Oil, a documentary about the tragedy of the children of Berezovka, Kazakhstan, took second place at “The Right Cut,” the first international human rights film festival for short documentaries in Caracas (Venezuela). It also won the Best Screen Award. The documentary was produced by Crude Accountability.
Thirteen documentaries were among the finalists, while 5 short films from Venezuela, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Afghanistan and Russia were named as the winners http://bit.ly/1WfghyG. “The Right Cut” festival is devoted to human rights that are often violated in favor of government authorities, criminals and big business, despite the obligation of government to protect them made in 1948 at the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.