Human Rights Film Festival

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12th Annual Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival Program

February 16-25, 2012

 

FREE Admission and Parking

Opening Night – Pickford Film Center 1318 Bay Street, Bellingham
Other Venues:
Fairhaven College WWU Fairhaven College 
Bellingham High School 2020 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham
Sehome High School 2700 Bill McDonald Parkway, Bellingham
Northwest Indian College Log Building 2522 Kwina Rd, Bellingham [Campus Map]   

2012 Festival: The schedule is set for an exciting 2012 festival! Films with themes of child labor, corporate irresponsibility, energy and the environment, and the power to act. Most films are followed by an audience discussion led by a topic expert.

Visit the website for additional information about each film.

All shows are FREE.

Through an annual film festival BHRFF supports independent filmmakers, fosters dialogue and promotes action. Volunteer committee members select insightful and moving films they hope will encourage the community to explore and engage with critical issues. Films are followed by facilitated discussion, some led by the filmmakers themselves.

This year the Pickford Film Center is collaborating with the Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival committee. A facilitated discussion will follow most of the films.

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