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WNYC-TV’s “Human Rights Film Festival” opens May 9 with “Signed: Lingo Brocka,” about the Filipino director’s imprisonment after criticizing Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. It is followed by another docu, “Haiti, Dreams Of Democracy,” which was produced and directed by Jonathan Demme. “Nightline” correspondent Dave Marsh hosts.

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