The 3rd annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival opens for a week of unforgettable international cinema on Thursday, April 5, 2018, at Colorado State University with a free event featuring the winners of the 2018 student short film competition. Our main program begins on Friday, April 6 in the Lory Student Center Theatre and continues throughout the week with signature ACT screenings at The Lyric and the Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre through Sunday, April 8. Encore screenings of our most popular opening weekend films will screen at The Lyric Monday, April 9 through Thursday, April 12. Tickets for these screenings are for purchase directly through The Lyric box office. The festival closes the weekend of Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14 at The Lyric and Lory Student Center Theatre, respectively. Join with us and awaken to your world, connect across cultures, and transform lives near and far.
ACT is excited to announce the addition of the first-ever All Festival Pass to its 2018 ticketing options. Here’s what you need to know about the All Fest Pass and how it works:
+ The pass grants patrons access to all ACT events taking place during opening and closing weekends – Thursday, April 5 through Sunday, April 8 and Friday, April 13 through Saturday, April 14. The pass cannot be used for entrance to encore screenings taking place at The Lyric Monday, April 9 through Thursday, April 12.
+ Pass holders receive priority seating 30 minutes in advance of screening time.
+ Pass holders must show proof of purchase to volunteers at the ACT Box Office/Information Table to receive an official “badge” that must be worn or presented for entrance to any screening or panel discussion. Badges can be picked up at any screening. Pass holders are responsible for keeping track of their badges the duration of the festival.
+ Limited quantity of All Festival Passes are available for purchase.
+ All Festival Passes go on sale March 8 for $90 and are available for purchase through the ACT ticketing vendor LCtix.com.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival is produced by the Department of Communication Studies in the College of Liberal Arts at Colorado State University.