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.
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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.
For the fourth year, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival received generous support from the City of Fort Collins’ Cultural Development & Programming and Tourism Accounts (Fort Fund).
Getting locked out can happen not just from your car or your home. Getting locked out can happen online when you’re not able to view certain films or media. Geoblocking, or regional lockout, is a way that media distribution companies protect their films. While we may think that the internet and other technologies have created a global village, media distribution practices and other uses of technology have prevented that global interconnection.
On June 6, ACT Year-Round is hosting an exclusive screening of ‘The Silence of Others’ by Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena
Carracedo and Robert Bahar (Made in L.A.) and executive produced by Pedro Almodóvar.
ACT Human Rights Film Festival comes to a close Saturday, April 13, at Lory Student Center Theatre with the Colorado premiere of Words from a Bear at 7:30 p.m.
Twenty documentary films representing 16 countries from five continents will make their appearance during the Fourth Annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival at Colorado State University April 5-13.
On Friday, April 5, the fourth annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival returns to Fort Collins for a nine-day run, closing the evening of Saturday, April 13.
Daena J. Goldsmith, professor of rhetoric and media studies at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, will be this year’s Gravlee Lecturer.
Chris Conner (M.A. ’11) has spent the majority of his career working to improve the lives of those experiencing homelessness in Denver. Inspired by the rhetorical traditions of his communication studies degree, Conner recently helped one man share an unlikely story of living and sleeping rough on the banks of the South Platte River.