About One World (Online)

One World’s tradition in the Czech Republic stretches back more than twenty-five years, and over time, it has grown into the world’s largest festival for documentary films on human rights. During the One World Festival, documentaries are screened in dozens of Czech cities and villages across the country and are watched by approximately 100,000 viewers, including thousands of high school students.

In 2021, One World could not be held in cinemas due to the covid-19 pandemic. The festival launched the One World Online platform, enabling films to reach audiences even through the cinemas remained closed. After the festival, we decided to keep the platform running so that people could watch human rights documentaries throughout the year. For almost three years now, viewers have had the opportunity to watch films about human rights from their living room, anywhere in the Czech Republic.

More selected films at One World Online throughout the year

All our films have Czech subtitles, some have English subtitles and are clearly marked as English friendly. As we strive for accessibility for all in the online space, selected documentaries are subtitled with descriptive or colour subtitles and soon we will add films with audio description - learn more about accessibility.

Prices for films vary based on the age of the documentary. Once purchased, they will be available to you for 48 hours. To buy the films, you must first register. At One World Online you will also find accompanying materials for selected films or interviews with filmmakers. You can rate each screening after watching it - from one to five stars (5 stars if you rate the film as the best / 1 star if you didn't like it).

We hope you enjoy One World Online and, until we meet again during the festival in cinemas, we wish you a great cinematic experience from the comfort of your home theatre.

Feel free to contact us at jsonline@jedensvet.cz with your feedback.