Denison University's 18th Annual Human Rights Film Festival presents a screening of "Blue Island."

Location:
Ticket Info: Free
Questions:
Sponsor(s): Human Rights Film Festival

Denison University’s 18th Annual Human Rights Film Festival presents a screening of “Blue Island.”

The four-part film looks back at critical moments of resistance and revolution in Hong Kong: in 1967, 1973, and 1989. The movie then reveals how the activists are faring in modern-day Hong Kong. Some still fight with righteous fire, while others have been disillusioned by the system. One of the young demonstrators observers that “All the hardships endured seem to be repeating in our generation.”

*Film will begin at 5:30*

Post Film Q&A moderated by Jue Liang with guests:
Clara Ma, University of Virginia, Department of Art
Matthew Slaats - University of Virginia, School of Architecture


More Upcoming Events

Noontime recital

The Department of Music presents a series of student recitals.

18th Human Rights Film Festival: 'The Square'

Denison University's 18th Annual Human Rights Film Festival presents a screening of "The Square."

Tiny TUTTI Festival: 'Awakening the Sound'

The Department of Music presents a program of sacred music and sound.

Tiny TUTTI Festival: 'Come Sunday'

The Department of Music presents the Denison University Gospel Choir and Wind Ensemble.

'Mareas/Tides' dance performance

A dance performance by Denison Dance and Music faculty that celebrates World Water Day 2023.

Degree recital by senior Ally Peterson

The Department of Music presents a senior degree recital by Ally Peterson. 

Beck Series: Melissa Valentine and Michael X. Wang

The Beck Series welcomes GLCA Prize winners for nonfiction, Melissa Valentine, and for fiction, Michael X. Wang.