For anyone interested in film or social justice, tomorrow will be a treat: Harvard Law Documentary Studio is presenting its first annual festival of student films. The topics run the gamut, from citrus workers in Florida to transgender asylum seekers to life on a Navajo reservation in New Mexico.

We’ll have more on the festival  next week, with a focus on one of the filmmakers, Lauren Estévez, who is a member of the International Human Rights Clinic. For now, check out the excellent trailer for the event here.

Event Notice

April 14, 2012

“Doc Festival 2012”

2:00- 4:30 pm
Harvard Film Archive
24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA

The Harvard Law Documentary Studio proudly presents its first annual festival of Harvard student films. Join us for a celebration of stories that capture the human condition, challenge our assumptions, and imagine a better world. HLS lecturer and filmmaker Rebecca Richman Cohen will moderate the post-screening panel. Please RSVP on Facebook to help spread the word.