ACT Human Rights Film Festival is celebrating its fifth edition in 2020 with an ambitious nine days of films, parties, conversations, and more, April 3-11.
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In fall 2020 the Department of Communication Studies expands its faculty expertise in the area of rhetoric and civic engagement with the addition of newly hired Assistant Professor Morgan Johnson.
Josett Valdez (B.A., ’01, speech communication), chief development officer for the Red Cross of Colorado and Wyoming, comes to her leadership strengths by way of being a self-proclaimed introvert.
Through the Student Lens: Colorado State University Film Festival, supported by the ACT Human Rights Film Festival is now taking submissions. The festival takes place Thursday, March 26 and will showcase short films made by CSU students and alumni. Guidelines for submission are available at https://actfilmfest.colostate.edu/tsl/.
On April 3, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival will open at the Lory Student Center Theatre at Colorado State University, celebrating its fifth annual run as Colorado’s only film festival wholly dedicated to the intersection of art and social justice.
Have you ever been accused of “not listening”? Did you feel misunderstood? Now is your chance to put that misunderstanding to good use.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival concludes its 2019 year-round programming on Dec. 5 with “A Collection of Indigenous Short Films from Sundance Film Festival.”
On Oct. 24, ACT Human Rights Film Festival and Gregory Allicar Museum of Art will present a collaborative curation of film and art titled “Migrations, Movements, (Im)Mobilities.”
On Oct. 10, ACT Human Rights Film Festival and The Lyric will present an exclusive screening of the award-winning documentary Island of the Hungry Ghosts.
On Aug. 22, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off the school year by screening an inspiring film about a group of tween girls who have learned that bystanders don’t catalyze change.