UNSPOKEN Human Rights Film Festival
The theme for this year’s 4th annual UNSPOKEN Human Right Film Festival is advocacy through storytelling. This year there is both short and feature length films that cover a wide variety of human rights topics including women’s rights, disability rights, LGBTQ rights, Uganda, Burma, undocumented immigrants and refugee resettlement.
The film festival will take place Thursday, Oct. 2 through Saturday, Oct. 4 at various locations throughout the community, including Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, 310 Genesee St., Utica, the Capitol Theatre, 220 W Dominick St., Rome, Mohawk Valley Community College, IT-225, 1101 Sherman Dr., Utica, and Tramontane Café, 1105 Lincoln Ave., Utica.
The UNSPOKEN Human Rights Film Festival is an annual festival that examines culture and human rights issues from around the world and brings them to Utica & Rome. UNSPOKEN is an International film festival that features a variety of films from around the globe. This festival will be the only opportunity to see these films locally. In addition to being a film festival, UNSPOKEN also includes a conference and arts festival that highlights the culture and diversity of Utica, NY.
To view the entire schedule of events visit www.iamUnspoken.com
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