Morehouse College will host its first Human Rights Film Festival in Atlanta.
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Morehouse College will host its first Human Rights Film Festival in Atlanta.

The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival aims to spark to conversation using "artivism" — the combination of art and activism. 

Filmmakers Korstiaan Vandiver and Devin “Egypt” Robinson spoke to On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott about the impacts of art and activism in the film industry.

On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott speaks with Korstiaan Vandiver, Devin “Egypt” Robinson and Kara Walker.

Festival Director Kara Walker also joined the conversation with details on the festival itself, including honoring Oscar-winning film director and activist Spike Lee. Lee is also an alumnus of Morehouse College.  

Two of Vandiver's films will be featured: Lu and Fate. Robinson's film, Tranquil Inferno: Change Gon Come, will also be featured. The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival will be held Oct. 10 through Oct. 12. The film guide and coupon codes can be found at Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival.

 

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