To build strong, sustainable, and engaged community audiences for film and art that explore and document issues of human rights and social justice, from the local to the global; to use film and art to provide educational opportunities and encourage activism and thoughtful debate.
To celebrate film and art; raise awareness about local and international issues; engage and collaborate with our community, with specific programming geared to youth; uphold a high standard for participants, volunteers, and the audience experience.
We work to accomplish this mission through a three-day community film festival; educational programs for children and youth; a community art project and film showings; art exhibitions; and an international bazaar.
To educate and engage with members of our community and to be a catalyst that inspires people to take action.
We are committed to dispelling stereotypes and promoting issues of social justice, diversity, human rights, and environmental responsibility. We try to touch as many people in our community as possible by making programming affordable for all, by introducing children and youth to film and to world issues, and by collaborating on projects with other community groups and artists. ReFrame celebrates artists and recognizes the power of creative expression.
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