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Ticketing for SING YOUR SONG and I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO

SING YOUR SONG – 4:30 p.m. – Lory Student Center Theatre
This is a free screening. We will begin handing out tickets at 3:30, one hour before showtime. The theater doors will open at 4 p.m. This screening does not include a Q&A session. The theatre must be completely emptied following the screening.

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO – 7:30 P.M. – Lory Student Center Theatre
Tickets are sold out, but we anticipate having a few dozen tickets available on stand-by. The standby line will begin forming at 6:30 near the ACT box office. You will not be able to queue for stand-by before that time.

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ACT HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES HARRY BELAFONTE AT CLOSING NIGHT PRESENTATION OF MAGNOLIA PICTURES’ I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO

The ACT Human Rights Film Festival (ACT), produced by the Department of Communication Studies at Colorado State University, announced today its guest for the festival’s closing night screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO on Friday, April 21: singer, actor and activist, Harry Belafonte.

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Five films make their Colorado premiere at ACT

ACT Film Festival will host not one, not two, but FIVE films premiering in Colorado. Three of these will be opening weekend. ACT Film Festival, although curated, screens the most recently released films as possible.

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Do You Know How to Fest?

Never been to a film festival before? Take a few minutes to peruse our recommendations for “how to fest!”

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Festival Highlights

Friday, April 14, 2017: Opening Night Reception, Lory Student Center West Ballroom
Join filmmaker Conor Horgan and film subject Rory O’Neill for a reception in the Lory Student Center West Ballroom.

Saturday, April 15, 2017: What Tomorrow Brings screening free to CSU students with a valid ID, sponsored by RamEvents

Wednesday, April 19, 2017: Love Your State – CSU Day of Giving

Friday, April 21, 2017: Closing Night, Special Guest Harry Belafonte, Lory Student Center Theatre
I Am Not Your Negro screening features Q&A guest Harry Belafonte. Reception to follow in the Lory Student Center West Ballroom.

“Who I Am” – A 3D/360 Virtual Reality Documentary Film, opening and closing screenings and throughout the week
Virtual reality and human rights cinema merge in this journey of unity through the stories of refugee, immigrant, and first generation students. Presented by Blue Shoe Media. Produced by Kyle Rasmussen and Amy Hoeven.

After Hours at Ace Gillete’s
Bar specials will be offered to all ACT festival guests, but you must present a ticket stub or festival program to receive discounts and more. See you there!