Created in 2009, the Rights! Camera! Action! film series features documentaries from the Full Frame Archive that focus on human rights related themes across the globe. The series provides an opportunity to connect the Rubenstein Library’s extensive holdings on human rights and social justice to the Duke and Durham community. Every year, there are four film screenings followed by panel discussions with Duke faculty or students, community activists and occasionally the film makers.
The Full Frame Archive, now part of the Archive of Documentary Arts at the Rubenstein Library, acquires and preserves all of the award-winning films from the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival going back to their first year in 1998 through 2011. A complete list of the films maintained in the archive can be found in the collection guide: http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/fullframe/.
To see a list of documentary films from past years, visit our Rights! Camera! Action! Film Series Archive.