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The HCLU has launched its video advocacy program called HCLU Film in 2007. We have produced more than 500 films since, mostly in the field of drug policy, but we are making more and more films in other fields of HCLU's work.

Take a look at the illustrated HCLU Film 2013 portfolio!


You can also check out the 20122011, 2010 and 2009 portolios. All the films of HCLU are free to download and distribute under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Hungary license, the Roma films of the HCLU are licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. You can view all the non-hungarian language films and subtitled Hungarian language films on this page, and you can find all the hungarian ones and those that are subtitled to Hungarian, here. The full database of our films and subtitles with streaming and download links in English can be found here, and in Hungarian here. The drug policy related films first always appear on Drugreporter.net, and only after a while we make a copy of the original articles here, so that on this page all the films can be found.  You can find HCLU's English language YouTube channel here, and the Hungarian one here. We are here on Vimeo and here on Indavideo.



Breaking Down the Vienna Consensus on Drugs

19 March, 2014 - 19:11

The consensus behind global drug prohibition is fading - watch the new video we filmed at the high level UN meeting in Vienna and find out why!

Read the 2012 and 2013 HCLU Film Catalogues!

8 March, 2014 - 15:11

In 2012, the HCLU produced 154 movies, of which 76 are foreign-language, and 78 are in Hungarian. In 2013, we produced 64 movies - 16 in Hungarian and 48 in other languages. During those two years, we won five prizes and held five training courses in video advocacy. Browse these two catalogues and open the videos by clicking on the links.

AT A CROSSROADS: Will Serbia Fund Harm Reduction Programs to Save Lives?

13 February, 2014 - 10:55

Serbia is not eligible for any more money from the Global Fund - harm reduction programs are in danger. Our movie gives you a glimpse of the desperate situation of Roma injecting drug users in Belgrade, help us to share the message! 

Bunny and Wolf: An Animated Guide to Prevent Overdose Deaths

31 January, 2014 - 11:27

Opioid overdose continues to be a top killer of young people all over the world. In some countries, drug overdose deaths now outnumber those attributable to firearms, homicides or HIV/AIDS. Few people realise that most of these deaths are easily preventable with the right information, and an inexpensive antidote, Naloxone, which can reverse overdoses.

Without a Chance - The experiences of the HCLU's Romaprogram

7 January, 2014 - 12:57

The documentary produced by the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union, a human rights watchdog NGO in Budapest, introduces to the viewer the most common rights violations that Roma people suffer in Hungary.

The Denver Sessions

17 December, 2013 - 18:11

Watch some great sessions on video, recorded at the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver, Colorado.

Video Advocacy Workshop on Video

27 November, 2013 - 19:18

All the presentations of the workshop titled "Low threshold digital video storytelling for harm reduction advocacy, activism, and education" are now available on video. The workshop was held in Vilnius at the International Harm Reduction Conference.

A MILE HIGH IN DENVER - How Colorado Legalized Marijuana

19 November, 2013 - 09:42

Our film gives you an insight on how the state of Colorado regulates the recreational use of cannabis 

How To Prevent Prescription Drug Overdose Deaths?

12 November, 2013 - 10:55

In its latest film the Drugreporter is searching for solutions to prevent lethal prescription drug overdoses in the United Sates

Drug Policy Reformers Awarded in Denver

11 November, 2013 - 10:57

Watch the videos of the award ceremony at the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver! Winners Include Seattle Police Department, Organizers of CO and WA Marijuana Legalization Initiatives, Portugal Government’s Drug Agency, Global Commission on Drug Policy, and More