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ACT Human Rights Film Festival

    • The 4th Annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival showcases recent, critically-acclaimed human rights-themed films that engage audiences at the intersection of art and social justice. From April 5th - 13th ACT will screen 20 films from around the world, host filmmakers during Q&A sessions following each film block, and feature opening and closing night screenings with receptions, free Odell beer, and more. Festival schedule, film trailers, and guest information is listed on the ACT website. Individual tickets and weekend passes are on sale now. Ticket prices go up at the door.

      ACT's goal is to promote empathy, inclusivity, compassion, community dialogue, and personal reflection. ACT strives to raise awareness of
      local/national/global issues and endeavors to create a forum for meaningful discussion and introspection. The festival also works to spur further inquiry, to prompt engagement, and to catalyze change. Local nonprofit organizations are invited to partner with ACT in a variety of ways in order to create pathways for audiences to engage in collective action. ACT is produced by the Department of Communication Studies in the College of Liberal Arts at Colorado State University.