ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Connecting at the intersection of culture, art, and social justice ACT elevates human rights stories and fosters community conversations. Founded in 2016 at Colorado State University, ACT curates a slate of 25–30 recent, critically acclaimed films to screen at both its annual festival and at year-round screenings. The festival helps filmmakers reach engaged audiences that include activists, NGOs, students, and academics who are motivated to network, organize, and research to take collective action and help build impact. ACT’s programming asks audience members to evaluate their complicity in systems of oppression and to consider actions they can take toward social justice – from locally to globally.


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