Posted by on March 2, 2015

When:  March 23-27
Where:  Court Square Theater, Downtown Harrisonburg, VA
Cost: Free Admission (open to all)
Contact: Shaun Wright (Executive
James Madison University and the School of Media Arts and Design announce the 4th Annual Reel Change Documentary Film Festival.
The festival exposes issues relevant to the JMU and greater Harrisonburg communities. It seeks to educate and engage audiences while celebrating the documentary medium as a tool for awareness, engagement, and change.
This year, the films will explore human rights, sexual violence, equality, social justice, diversity, environmental issues, change makers, and the empowerment of fulfilling personal passions. The festival will also sponsor a fundraiser/concert for Okutiuka, an orphanage and non-profit based in Huambo, Angola.
Following selected film screenings, audiences will hear insight from the filmmakers, experts and community members. By bringing non-fiction films and filmmakers to the region to present their work and participate in public dialogues, Reel Change hopes to create a dynamic atmosphere that inspires positive activism.
All films will begin at 7 PM at Court Square Theater.
Festival Schedule:
Monday, March 23, 7 PM, Court Square Theater
Purgatorio (2014) *Followed by a Q&A w/ Director Rodrigo Reyes
Tuesday, March 24, 7 PM, Court Square Theater
Out in the Night (2014) *Followed by a Q&A w/ Director Blair Doroshwalther
Wednesday, March 25, 7 PM, Court Square Theater
Cowspiracy (2014) *Followed by a panel discussion
Thursday, March 26, 7 PM, Court Square Theater
Brave Miss World (2013)  *Followed by a Q&A w/ Linor Abargil
Friday, March 27, 7 PM, Court Square Theater
Death Metal Angola (2013) *Followed by a Q&A w/ Director Jeremy Xido and a fundraiser for Okutiuka at Three Notch’d Brew Co.
Friday, March 27 9:30 PM, Three Notch’d Brew Co.
Fundraiser/Concert for Okutiuka, the Angolan orphanage and non-profit. 


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