Social Justice Film Festival Closing Night Celebration!

PRESENTED BY: Online Event
6:00 PM, Saturday, October 16, 2021 PST
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

The Meaningful Movies Project is honored to again co-present the Social Justice Film Festival and we hope you will join us to celebrate this year’s festival at their closing event!

The Black Lives Matter movement has sparked a national reckoning over institutional and police violence, and while some things have changed, too much has remained the same. We will close out ACTIVATE | REFUGE, the 2021 Social Justice Film Festival, with a discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement and the role of filmmaking as catalyst and fuel for change.

This free panel discussion accompanies the films in the BLACK LIVES MATTER AND THE ART OF ACTIVISM program (

Festival PASSES and TICKETS are available at
– Film programs are priced on a sliding scale of $5-$25. Pay what you can!
– Festival passes are available on a sliding scale of $75, $100, and $125
– Passes are also on sale for $50 to members of Northwest Film Forum

– Please consider supporting SJFF by paying what you can, however, free access to events are also available to Meaningful Movies Attendees who cannot afford ticket costs. Email

The 2021 Social Justice Film Festival is presented by the Social Justice Film Institute with Northwest Film Forum and Meaningful Movies Project.

The BLACK LIVES MATTER AND THE ART OF SOCIAL JUSTICE FILM program is sponsored by ACLU-WA, Solid Ground, and UHeights.

*** To accommodate evolving public health recommendations regarding COVID-19, as of September 16, 2021, the Social Justice Film Festival will be online-only.***

Sponsors: Social Justice Film Institute Northwest Film Forum

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Release Year: 2021

Running Time: 2 hours

Director: Many Fabulous Directors - learn more at

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