One World is one, whether it is held in Prague or regions
The uniqueness of One World is that it is not one centralised event. However, it is spread out spatially and temporally across the Czech Republic, social context and individual personalities of all who participate and collaborate on it. The festival takes place in dozens of cities and towns annually.
Online Film Edition 2023
The One World 2023 festival filled cinemas in 28 cities across the Czech Republic. But now it's moving online for two weeks to One World Online. There you can catch 20 films from this year's festival line-up from 2 to 16 April.Read more
Become a change-maker!
Nothing is more frustrating than wanting to help and feeling powerless. ShareDoc enables the audience to overcome their post-documentary blues by taking immediate action and supporting the protagonists or a cause. Also, this year, you will have a chance to support some of the festival films directly through this initiative.Go to ShareDoc
For the fifth year in a row, accessibility has been one of the key goals of our festival. We consider the right of access to culture to be a fundamental human right, and we strive to open the festival to all to whom an ordinary visit to a cinema can be difficult or even impossible.
About the Festival One World
Are you interested in current world events? Are you concerned about human rights violations? Do you like documentaries? This unique festival, organised by Czech NGO People in Need, is the world's largest festival of its kind. Focused on human rights issues from all around the world, the festival is one of the most visited cultural events in the Czech Republic.