The annual Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival (BHRFF) supports independent filmmakers, fosters dialogue and promotes action. For fourteen years, volunteer committee members have selected scores of insightful and moving films they hope will encourage the community to explore and engage with critical issues. The 2016 festival will take place February 19 through 27, 2016 offering free screenings over various venues and with many special guests and discussions. Two screenings will be hosted at Pickford Film Center.
It’s the year of Ruth Ozeki! A best-selling author, Zen Buddhist priest, filmmaker and more, Ruth Ozeki and her book A Tale for the Time Being were selected for Whatcom READS 2016.
Thursday, March 3 st 6:30: Halving the Bones screening featuring a Q+A with Ruth Ozeki
Pre-screening reception begins at 5:30
In 1995, she released Halving the Bones, which she wrote, directed, and produced herself.
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