The fourth annual InLight Human Rights Documentary Film Festival will feature a series of 5 screenings at IU Cinema accompanied by Q+A’s, roundtables, and masterclasses intended to foster dialogue between documentary filmmakers and members of the IU community who share common areas of interest and expertise. Documentary films have long been used as effective teaching aids and tools for facilitating public debate on contemporary socio-political issues. ILFF seeks to continue this tradition by creating a context here in Bloomington where undergraduate students can find inspiration in this important work and all members of the IU community can have the opportunity to make worthwhile connections.
All screenings are free, but ticketed
IU Auditorium Box Office
Open M-F, 10AM-5PM
The InLight Film festival is aimed at promoting and supporting the intersections of human rights and ethnographic documentary films. Through this festival, we wish to create a bridge to facilitate dialogue between professionals in the field and the general public. Learn more…
The festival team is made up of enthusiastic Indiana University students, faculty and staff as well as members of the Bloomington, IN community.
We are looking for skilled and enthusiastic volunteers to help with all aspects of the film festival. Please email us to let us know how you would like to help!
The InLight Film Festival is made possible with the facilitation and financial support of our sponsors. We are so grateful for the support of our many sponsors!