The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Tucson is having a Human Rights Watch Film Festival screening on Tuesday, February 18, 2014. The movie that will be showing is Alias Ruby Blade: A Story of Love and Revolution. The movie will be shown at 7 p.m. and is free to attend.
Alias Ruby Blade: A Story of Love and Revolution is a documentary about the love story between human rights activist Kirsty Sword and political prisoner Xanana Gusmao. Through focusing on their relationship that began through their involvement with the Timorese resistance, the film also provides a look at history of the resistance that led to the UN-organized referendum on East Timor in 1999 and the country's independence.
About the MOCA Tucson: The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tucson goes by the acronym MOCA. The MOCA is located in downtown Tucson at 265 S Church Ave. The regular hours are 12pm to 5pm every Wednesday through Sunday. The cost of admission is $8. Museum members, under age 17, veterans, active military, and public safety officers get in free. Also, every first Sunday of the month everyone can get in free as part of their Free Admission Day.