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PhillyCAM at Scribe Storyville

You  are invited to a free screening of short videos by community organizations and members of PhillyCAM this Friday at Scribe Storyville. 

 

PhillyCAM Youth Videos
Six videos produced by PhillyCAM youth media students ages 14-21 illustrate awareness, creativity, and intention by examining topics such as advertising propaganda, cultural identity, the world water crisis, police brutality and political optics. Students learn to challenge the media and social norms to define their own sense of self.

 

Music Education at the Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts
For the past 50 years, the Clef Club has been a home for legendary and emerging Philadelphia artists. This short documentary produced by Antoine Haywood features the growth and impact of the Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts Saturday education program, which produces stellar young talent. For more information about the Clef Club visit: www.clefclubofjazz.org
By Antoine Haywood


Liberty Resources "Transition to Freedom"
Addresses the need for people with disabilities who wish to transition out of costly & isolating nursing homes to live independently in their own homes in the communities they choose.
For more information visit: www.libertyresources.org
Video directed and edited by Aidan Un.

 

Five On The Go Presents "Unbought and Unbossed, When the Voice Behind the Art Shows NO Fear"
Interviewed at the site of their exhibition, and in the spirit of Shirley Chisholm, who campaigned for the presidency in 1972 as "the only unbought and unbossed politician," photographer Barbara Kigozi and multimedia artist Tasha Dougé discuss why art is an important tool for social change.
by Jere Edmunds


Hot Tea
Conversations with North Chinatown residents about Belonging, served over hot tea
by Laura Deutch



Atrévete (I Dare You)
Short videos created by PhillyCAM producers for a Spanish Speaking audience, focusing on issues and culture within the Latino community in Philadelphia.
by PhillyCAM Latino

 

Mexican Art at PMA
Paint the Revolution at the Philadelphia Museum of Art explores the political and social unrest in Mexico over four decades from 1910-1950 during several presidents and its uprising. Featured masterpieces by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Frida Kahlo, and Rufino Tamayo are beautifully displayed alongside mixed media installations.
African Art at PMA
"Creative Africa at the Philadelphia Museum of Art presents contemporary photography, fashion, architecture and centuries-old African artifacts. Artists throughout Africa are having a profound influence on how the world perceives Africa and its changing culture." (philamuseum.org)
By Jill Frechie of Mainline Arts TV



Nakia
After serving over a decade in prison, Nakia (Ms. Jade/Philly Rap Legend), a female hip-hop lover who suffers from a speech impediment, is released. A lot has changed in the world since she's been locked up, but the reality of the streets remains the same. In the hood, anything can happen in a day!
www.HigherThan7.com
Produced By: AT SoundZ, Tony Chennault, Jay Wes, Nakia Dillard, and Terrance Glasgow

 

Location:
Scribe Video Center
4035 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Cost:
Free ($5 Suggested Donation)
Visit  Scribe Video for more information