Dillard University will be one of several hosts for the 2012 Social Change Film Festival. Running from Wednesday, Nov. 28 - Saturday, Dec. 1, the four day event will include film screenings, workshops and presentations on the Dillard University campus.
The Social Change Film Festival & Institute (SCFFI) is a global community with a local presence, promoting transformative filmmaking & fostering social change. SCFFI features four days of films, panels, workshops, selected shorts and special events to inspire and build a global community focused on expanding the reach of conscious social change film and media.The Social Change Film Festival & Institute chooses an annual theme that is explored in festival films, workshops, panels, campaigns, and symposia in order to raise awareness about critical social, environmental, and political issues. The theme for the 2012 festival is Water: Challenges & Solutions.
The Social Change Film Festival selects a new global locality to host the festival each year. In taking award-winning social change films and an educational film institute across the world, it aims to foster a transnational network of filmmakers and activists. The inaugural festival was held in Ubud, Bali Indonesia.
Download the 2012 Festival Schedule here...
For more information, contact Professor Keith Morris at (504) 816-4548.