We love a good film festival, especially one with lots of documentaries. From Friday, April 15 to Friday, April 22, the Act Human Rights Film Festival is Ft. Collins and Colorado’s first-ever weeklong film festival dedicated to human rights documentary and narrative films. The festival showcases 18 films covering a spectrum of human rights issues, from hunger, homelessness and women’s rights to the fight for democracy, GLBTQ rights in Africa and art as resistance and cultural resilience. The event has an international flair, showcasing films from Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America, as well as directors from Iran, Mexico, the Netherlands, South Korea. While the festival’s opening weekend and closing night will be held at the Lory Student Center Theatre on the CSU campus, from Monday through Thursday most films will screen at the Lyric Cinema Café at 300 E. Mountain Ave. General admission tickets are reasonably priced at $9 and $12 for Opening Night and Closing Night Film plus reception, respectively. The Harmony Library will host a FREE community screening of “Planet of Snail” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 17. For more details on the festival, click here.