Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival

17th Annual

Festival History | BHRFF 2008

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War Dance
Three children in a displacement camp in Uganda compete in country's national music and dance festival.
BPL-Fairhaven
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A Little Bit of So Much Truth (Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad)
(90 min) Tens of thousands Oaxacans take over media to organize, mobilize and defend struggle for justice.
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Occupation 101
(85 min) Comprehensive analysis of hidden truths surrounding Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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Our Land Our Life
(75 min) Struggle and courage of two Western Shoshone women holding onto their land, environment and resources.
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Salud
(90 min) Explores hearts and minds of 28,000 Cuban health professionals serving in 68 countries and 30,000 international medical students in Cuba.
BPL-Bellingham
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De Nadie
(84 min) The perilous 2500 mile journey through Mexico of Central Americans.
BPL-Bellingham
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USA vs Al Arian
(99 min) Disturbing story of arrest of an Arab-American university professor accused of supporting terrorist organization.
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A Killer Bargain
(57 min) Human and environmental costs of importing cheap consumer goods.
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Dreams Die Hard
(24 min) Highlights uses of slave labor in U.S.
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The Big Sellout
(94 min) Portrays consequences of current economic policies of IMP and World Bank to people in 4 countries.
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Soldiers of Conscience
(86 min) Soldiers in US army reveal their deepest moral concerns about war.
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Tambogrande
(85 min) Proud Peruvian fruit growers choose mangoes over gold and confront the powers.
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My Daughter the Terrorist
(60 min) Intimate portrait of female elite soldiers of Tamil Black Tigers.
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Independent Intervention
(75 min) Contrast corporate and independent media coverage of Iraq war.
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Lumo
(72 min) Story of young Congolese woman recovering from rape of war.
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