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Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival 2013

FREE ADMISSION & PARKING FOR ALL FILMS

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FEBRUARY 21st - March 2nd 2013

SILENT AUCTIONS BENEFITING BHRFF ON OPENING AND CLOSING EVENINGS

 

VENUES:

BHS - Bellingham High School Library

BTC - Bellingham Technical College- Settlemeyer Hall

FCA - Fairhaven College Auditorium (Room 300)

FCCB - First Congregational Church of Bellingham

NWIC - Northwest Indian College- Log Building

PFC - Pickford Film Center

SHS - Sehome High School Library

WCC - Whatcom Community College- Heiner Theater HNR 209

 

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Thursday 2/21st | OPENING NIGHT! 7:00 & 9:00pm showings

Pickford Film Center:

7 pm & 9 pm - "Bidder 70", University student bids at gas lease auction and goes to jail.

* Silent auction benefiting BHRFF, 6:30-9:00 pm (PFC)

* Refreshments and auction between shows.

Friday 2/22nd | 2 SHOWS/TIMES/VENUES

11:30 am - *Harvest of Empire" (WCC) Connection of U.S.intervention in Latin America to immigration crisis in U.S

7:00pm - * "Dakota 38" (FCA) Natives remember a massacre of 38 Dakotans with a spiritual healing horse ride across the plains.

Saturday 2/23rd | 3 SHOWS/TIMES/VENUES

12:00 "Genetic Roulette" Matinee (PFC) Compelling evidence of GMO’s contributing to diseases.

7:00 "Within the Eye of the Storm" (FCCB) An Israeli and Palestinian, who have lost a child, unite for peace.

7:00 "Harvest of Empire" (FCA) Connection of U.S. interventions in Latin America to U.S. immigration crisis.

Sunday 2/24th | 5 SHOWS at FCA

12:00 "Ocean Frontiers New" alliances between unlikely allies in ocean and coastal management.

1:15 "On the Line" Two men travel the proposed route of a tar sands oil pipeline across wild Canada.

2:45 "Peace Out" Environmental costs of modern energy demands in British Columbia.

7:00 "My Neighbourhood" (FCA) Israeli and Palestinian activists protest takeover of a home by settlers. "One Family in Gaza" The effects of an Israeli attack on one family in Gaza.

 

Monday 2/25th |7:00pm SHOWS/TIMES/VENUES

11:30 "Bidder 70" (WCC) University student bids at gas lease auction In Utah and goes to jail.

7:00 "Heist" (FCA) Investigation of origin and effects of recent governmental deregulation.

Tuesday 2/26th | 6 SHOWS/TIMES/VENUES

5:30 "Peace Out" (WCC) Environmental costs of modern energy demands in British Columbia. "Trust" Profiles of teenaged environmental activists.

6:00 "The Thick Dark Fog" (NWIC) Lingering trauma of Indian boarding schools on one man’s life.

7:00 "Precious Knowledge" (BHS) Students stand up for Tucson’s Ethnic Studies program. Trust Profiles of teenaged environmental activists.

7:00 "The Invisible War" (FCA) A disturbing account of sexual assault in the U.S. military.

Wednesday 2/27th| 5 SHOWS/TIMES/VENUES

11:30 "Genetic Roulette" (WCC) Compelling evidence of GMO’s contributing to diseases.

12:00 "Schooling the World" (BTC) The often harmful effects of western education on indigenous cultures.

6:00 "Dakota 38" (NWIC) Natives remember a massacre with a healing horse ride across the plains.

6:30 "Precious Knowledge" (SHS) Students stand up for Tucson’s Ethnic Studies program.

7:00 "Heart of Sky, Heart of Earth" (FCA) Stories of young Mayans juxtaposed with modern exploitation of earth.

Thursday 2/28th | 8 SHOWS/TIMES/VENUES

11:30 "Heist" (WCC) Investigation of origin and effects of recent governmental deregulation.

12:00 "Precious Knowledge" (BTC) Students stand up for Tucson’s Ethnic Studies program.

6:00 " The Invisible War" (BTC) A disturbing account of sexual assault in the U.S. military.

6:00 "Heart of Sky, Heart of Earth" (NWIC) Stories of young Mayans juxtaposed with modern exploitation of the earth.

6:30 "Trust" (SHS) Profiles of teenaged environmental activists.

7:00 "Delicious Peace in a Coffee Bean" (FCCB) Farmers of three faiths unite to form a coffee growers’ cooperative in Uganda.

7:00 "Schooling the World" (FCA) The often harmful effects of western education on indigenous cultures. Precious Knowledge Students become academic warriors for Tucson’s Ethnic Studies program.

Friday 3/1st | SHOW/TIMES/VENUE

7:00 "Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives" (FCA) The effects of recent wars on the environment.

 

Saturday 3/2nd | 5 SHOWS/TIMES @ FCA

12:00 "The Thick Dark Fog" Lingering trauma of Indian boarding schools on one man’s life.

1:45 "The Suffering Grasses" Origins and nature of Syrian civil war.

3:00 "War Made Easy" Government’s use of propaganda to over- come resistance to war.

7:00 "Closing Short Activism Films" (FCA) Peacemaker Bellingham peace activist, Howard Harris.; "Trust" Profiles of teenaged environmental activists.; "Honor the Treaties" viewing a S.D. Native reservation through the lens of a photographer, who then becomes an advocate.; "Poetry of Resilience" International poets eloquently narrate their experiences of political violence.

  • 12:00pm "Bhopal", (2011/USA/75 min) Presents on-going life conditions of those affected by the 1984 U

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