Join Us for Our 5th Annual
Human Rights Film Festival
April 3-11, 2020
Fort Collins, Colorado
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Connecting at the intersection of culture, art, and social justice
Colorado State University’s ACT Human Rights Film Festival brings the best and most recent human rights cinema to northern Colorado.
Through the shared experience of film and conversation, ACT cultivates empathy and new perspectives.
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Special Screening of We Are the Radical Monarchs
On January 23, ACT Human Rights Film Festival, Poudre River Public Library District, and The Colorado Trust will host a special screening of We Are the Radical Monarchs. The film will be live interpreted into Spanish and will conclude with a discussion around youth development, equity, and social justice. The event is free and dinner […]
Through the Student Lens: Colorado State University Student Film Festival
Call for submissions! In celebration of Colorado State University student and alumni films, we are thrilled to announce the inaugural Through the Student Lens: Colorado State University Film Festival. This event is supported by ACT Human Rights Film Festival as part of our fifth anniversary celebration. Through the Student Lens looking for documentaries, short films, […]
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops on February 6, 2020
“Jenifer McShane’s solution-focused documentary offers proof of an enlightened way forward. Zeroing in on a unit of the San Antonio Police Department, the disarmingly titled Ernie & Joe is a candid, mostly vérité portrait of two cops in a small but paradigm-shifting program — one that breaks down the us-vs.-them mind-set that views people in […]
Indigenous Short Films on December 5, 2019
The final ACT Year-Round of 2019 will showcase six Indigenous short films from Sundance Institute. Each of the six short films has screened at the Sundance Film Festival and each is directed by an Indigenous filmmaker. The films celebrate and explore cultural expression and self-representation. CSU’s Native American Cultural Center and Ethnic Studies Assistant Professor […]