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Ernie & Joe emphasizes critical mental illness conversations

‘Ernie & Joe’ emphasizes critical mental illness conversations

Arrion Smith February 9, 2020

The ACT Human Rights Film Festival comes to Fort Collins annually to offer viewers a lens into greater social issues and, hopefully, raise awareness and action within the public.  Over the weekend, an...

Illustration by Giovanna Vartuli | Collegian.

‘Waldheim Waltz’ mirrors today’s issues

Dom Brazeau April 15, 2019

The fourth annual ACT Film Festival came to a close April 13 with “Waldheim Waltz” directed by Ruth Beckermann, who is the daughter of Jewish Holocaust survivors. The story is about Austrian diplomat...

Illustration by Giovanna Vartuli | Collegian.

‘Angels Are Made of Light’ shows the importance of education

Dom Brazeau April 9, 2019

The fourth annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicked off this past weekend. One of the films played Sunday was “Angels Are Made of Light,” directed by James Longley. Longley has been nominated...

The film maker Maisie Crow (left) doing a post-film Q&A after her film Jackson during the ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Breaking down the ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Nate Day March 30, 2018

Over the course of nine days, the Communications Studies Department will introduce students to 13 feature-length films and several short films to bring their attention to human rights issues around...

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