Human Rights Film Festival

Included with museum admission

Monday, January 21, 2013 from 1pm - 5pm

Reservations by January 18

Location: Morse Auditorium

Human Rights Film Festival

The Human Rights Film Festival is a 3 day event happening Saturday, January 19, Sunday, January 20 and Monday, January 21, 2013.

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In recognition of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., our annual film festival bears witness to human rights issues around the world and empowers audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference.

1:00 pm | Pink Ribbons, Inc.

2011, 98 minutes, directed by Léa Pool.

Breast Cancer has become the poster child of corporate cause-related marketing campaigns. Countless women and men walk, bike, climb and shop for the cure. Each year, millions of dollars are raised, but where does this money go and what does it actually achieve? This feature documentary shows how the devastating reality of breast cancer becomes obfuscated by a shiny, pink story of success.



Tickets Available at the Door 


3:15 pm | Salaam Dunk

2011, 82 minutes, directed by David Fine.

With plenty of pop music and girl power, Salaam Dunk delivers a tale of hope and inspiration, courtesy of one group of Iraqi women basketball players at the American University in Sulaimani, Iraq. Through interviews and personal video dairies, we learn about the women's experiences since the U.S. invasion in 2003. Education is the difference between the past and the future for these women and basketball becomes a key part of that education.


Tickets Available at the Door 


Made possible by the Lowell Institute


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