Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival

17th Annual

Festival History | BHRFF 2004

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A Day's Work, A Day's Pay
Covers the struggle of 3 New Yorkers participating in the welfare-to-work program who decide to fight for real opportunity. 57 min.
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Afghan Massacre
After the siege of Kunduz, 3,000 Taliban prisoners of America's Afghan allies were forced into sealed cargo containers and loaded onto trucks for transport to prison. Evidence later suggested they lie buried in mass graves. 50 min.
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Behind the Labels: Garment Workers on U.S. Saipan
A shocking glimpse into the global sweatshop economy. 45 min.
WWU Wilson 2W - Video COLL (VHS)
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Breaking the Silence: Truth and Lies in the War on Terror
Investigates the facts on the ground in Afghanistan. 52 min.
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Different Drummers: Daring to Make Peace in the Middle East
Features Israelis who lead the struggle for a just peace and examines Israeli human rights organizations. 50 min.
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Discovering Dominga
Chronicles a survivor's discovery of the genocide committed against the Mayan people of Guatemala. 58 min.
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Exporting Harm
Reveals the consequences of dumping tons of toxic computer waste in rural China. 23 min.
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Fix: The Story of an Addicted City
Covers Vancouver, B.C.'s controversial break from the War on Drugs by recognizing drug addiction as a public health issue. 93 min.
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Flag Wars
Account of the politics and pain of gentrification in Columbus, Ohio. 90 min.
BPL-Fairhaven
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Independent Media in a Time of War
Amy Goodman of Democracy Now analyzes the US corporate media's coverage of the Iraq war. 35 min.
WWU Wilson 2W - Video COLL (VHS)
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Jeremy Hardy vs. the Israeli Army
Portrait of a comedian who went to Palestine to join the International Solidarity Movement. 75 min.
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Los Trabajadores
Examines the struggle of immigrant workers for a better life. 48 min.
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Plan Columbia: Cashing in On a Drug-War Failure
About the US-sponsored multi-billion dollar aid package to the brutal Columbian military. 57 min.
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Secrets of Silicon Valley
Exposes the false promise of the 'New Economy' and exposes America's love affair with high technology.
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The Day My God Died
Investigates the grim world of the child sex trade in South Asia. 75 min.
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The Killing Zone
Reveals life in the Gaza Strip and investigations of Rachel Corrie's death and the shooting of a British peace activist by the Israeli Army. 50 min.
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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Follows Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's 48 hr. removal from office in a coup in 2002. 74 min.
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The Tree That Remembers
Reflects on the betrayal of the Iranian Revolution. 50 min.
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