We see protest and visual art as public practices. With this in mind, in addition to the program of three films that will be screened during the three days of the festival (Part A), we compiled a complementary section (Part B): Protest Films – an Archive in the Making. We invited other artists and activists to contribute their recommendations for important and interesting protest films to this archive. The only criterion was that the films will be available for viewing without any time, place, copyright, and cost limitations. Protest Films – an Archive in the Making comprises a list of links that festival goers and the general public are invited to watch in their free time. The program includes short clips, feature and documentary films, news coverage, indie and official films, art house films and more – without distinguishing between high and low, artistic and non-artistic, state official and independent. Logically and appropriately, the forming archive is presented as a proposal for an ongoing project in process, which will remain open to public suggestions and grow to reflect more and more struggles, desires and public processes, and hopefully, will help somewhat to educating, encouraging, and inspiring a society whose individuals are committed to attentive and active citizenship.