ACT Human Rights Film Festival sweeps area news outlets
CLA Dean's Office, Communication Studies | April 13, 2016
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival, produced by the Department of Communication Studies, has gained a wide range of attention from area news outlets in recent days.
Colorado Public Radio, the Coloradoan and the Rocky Mountain Collegian have each featured stories about the inaugural film fest, which is kicking off its inaugural year on Friday, April 15th.
The full Colorado Public Radio article, titled “Fort Collins Filmmakers try to ‘Step into shoes’ of Syrian refugees” is available here.
The full Coloradoan article, titled “Human rights film festival starts in Fort Collins” is available here.
The entire Rocky Mountain Collegian article, titled “ACT film festival fights back with films focused on human rights and human beings” is available here.
Tickets are available at a cost of $5 for CSU studnets and $9 for the general public. For a full schedule, visit the ACT Film Festival website.