From March 19-28, ACT Human Rights Film Festival returns. The 2021 virtual film lineup and full festival program are live! The festival features 20 films from 14 countries plus filmmakers Q&As. Read more about the festival films and programs in this week’s Source.
ACT Human Rights Film Festival invites you to join us at our virtual Kickoff Party. Gather with us, and we will share some festival highlights and show film trailers from the upcoming ACT Human Rights Film Festival. Plus, answer ACT and film trivia questions for a chance to win festival tickets and passes. The 6th […]
In 2020, ACT Human Rights Film Festival celebrated its fifth year presenting human rights films to engaged audiences. While the program’s mission remained steadfast, the COVID-19 pandemic altered both when and how the 5th festival took place. From postponement to pivoting to a virtual festival, ACT’s audience members, filmmakers, film subjects, supporters, and campus partners […]
How to fest! From our homes to yours, the 6th ACT Human Rights Film Festival will be virtual! Enjoy a curated slate of the best human rights and social justice films safely at home. Plus, tune in for exclusive filmmaker conversations and live Q&As. Our virtual film festival is available on computers, devices, and on […]
ACT’s rescheduled its 5th annual film festival for October 1-10. Join us online for 20+ films, access to filmmakers, and more. Films are available to watch from anywhere in the United States. Check out our 2020 film selections and start to plan for your virtual festival experience. More details coming soon.
June is Pride Month, and alongside the many Pride Month 2020 celebrations that have gone virtual, we compiled a list LGBT+ films that you can stream from home. Pride Month is an opportunity to celebrate the visibility and hard-earned victories of LGBT people and movements. It is also a time to examine and identify governmental […]
Dear Friends, Today and every day, we stand against racism. We honor the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Tony McDade. Their deaths at the hands of law enforcement, like countless before them, reflect a human rights crisis rooted in this country’s legacy of systemic racism. The protests, riots, and the anguish are put […]
Join us at The Lyric on June 8th and 12th for a fundraiser screening of the 2017 film Whose Streets? at sundown on The Lyric’s outdoor screen. About Whose Streets? Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for justice, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising. When […]
These documentaries provide different lenses through which to better understand recent instances of race-based police brutality (from Ferguson, Missouri to New York City) as well as the historical precedents (e.g., LA officers’ beating of Rodney King in 1992, the 1965 Watts Rebellion, etc.) that reveal how deeply entrenched or systemic institutionalized forms of racism are […]
In this collaborative, cross-disciplinary program ACT Human Rights Film Festival and Gregory Allicar Museum of Art pair film and art to explore each with new lenses. While we physically distance, and the museum’s galleries are closed we have created a virtual program that engages a short film and a Mixografia print. This edition’s theme revolves […]