Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival

17th Annual

Festival History | BHRFF 2007

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China Blue
(88 min) Stories of young women working in a blue jeans factory in China.
WWU MediaDesk - Video Reserve; BPL-Bellingham
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Dream People Of The Amazon
(32 min) The native Achuar people of Ecuador organize against oil companies.
WWU Wilson 3W -Books
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Slum Futures
(23 min) Overview of slum conditions worldwide and models that are working in India.
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Dreaming of Tibet
(60 min) Three extraordinary Tibetan exiles work to preserve their culture.
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Empty Oceans, Empty Nets
(55 min) A comprehensive look at the massive degradation of the earth's oceans.
WWU Wilson 2W-Video
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Granita de Arena
(62 min) Teachers' struggle for effective rural education evolves into a Southern Mexico social movement.
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Homeland
(90 min) Features Native Americans fighting toxic and environmental damage to their lands.
WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL
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Iraq For Sale
(30 min) A look at companies that profit from the war in Iraq.
BPL-Bellingham; Lynden; WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL
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Maquilapolis
(68 min) Shares personal experiences of women in Tijuanaâ??s assembly plants.
WWU MediaDesk - Video Reserve
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Rain in a Dry Land
(82 min) Powerful personal stories of the resilience of Somali war refugees in U.S.
WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL
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The Ground Truth
(78 min) Soldiers back from Iraq discuss reality of war to them.
WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL ; BPL-Bellingham
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The Iron Wall
(58 min) Shows the effect of the wall Israel is building through Palestinian land.
BPL-Bellingham: Childrens Non-Fiction; Point Roberts: J B (Children's Biography); WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL
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Toxic Bust
(41 min) Traces the connection between chemicals and the high rates of breast cancer.
WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL (DVD)
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Who Shot My Brother?
(95 min) Exposes the complicated roots of violence in Colombia.
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Why We Fight
(98 min) Unflinching look at the anatomy of the U.S. war machine.
BPL-Bellingham; Ferndale; WWU Wilson 2W-Video COLL
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Black Gold
(77 min) Examines the international coffee trade and future of fair trade.
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Fields of Mudan
(23 min) Emotional dramatization of child sex industry in Asia.
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Cultivating Opportunity
(28 min) Farmers in USA and Africa form coops to empower themselves.
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A Great Wonder
(60 min) Follows young Sudanese refugees as they build lives in Northwest Washington.
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Quiet Revolution
(23 min) Exposes the erosion of the U.S. Constitution under Bush Administration.
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One Campaign
(27 min) Sehome High School student's film on making poverty history.
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