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Who has the privilege of documentary filmmaking?

Posted by Ashley on 9/15/2020 to News
It's a familiar story: a filmmaker from Europe with the best of intentions goes to make a film showing the hard realities of a formerly colonized African nation, and hires a local crew. But what happens when the crew pushes back on the filmmaker's assumptions and colonialist history?

How do Chinese citizens view the US?

Posted by Ashley on 9/10/2020 to News
As China continues to expand its economy, some are looking to flee the congestion and pollution of major cities to find space and community in the outlying suburbs. In this time of rapid development, some planners are crafting themed towns that offer idealized versions of foreign locales.

First Hand Perspectives from Palestine

Posted by Ashley on 9/8/2020 to News
"Highly Recommended. Of Land and Bread builds toward the assertion that the camera is as powerful as the gun."
— Educational Media Reviews Online

Political Climate: Vote For Your Future

Posted by Ashley on 9/4/2020 to News
From the filmmakers of Kids Can Save the Planet, Political Climate: Vote for Your Future is available for free until the November election. Political Climate: Vote for Your Future is a powerful telling of the climate crisis threatening our world.

How a Cartoon Frog Changed the World

Posted by Ashley on 9/3/2020 to News
When underground comic-book artist Matt Furie created the character Pepe the Frog, it was a way for him to express his 20-something ennui through the lens of a fun animal. But once the internet found out about it, his creation began to take on frightening and hateful connotations.
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