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September 2013

Anointed Builders of Character

A Christian program about Manners, Morals and Good Character suitable for children featuring a Know Your Bible quiz, a word puzzle called Bible Safari, The ABC's of Encouragement and Christian Character Building tools such as; Anger Management, Talk Yourself Into A Blessing, and Self-Esteem.
Produced by Willoughby Heyward.

Sundays at 9:00am

BlackStar Film Festival panel: Howard University and Visualizing Blackness

BlackStar Film Festival panel: Howard University and Visualizing Blackness

Howard University alumni have been winning awards and gaining recognition most notably for cinematography but also in directing and producing. This small Film department—the only of its kind at an HBCU—now celebrating the 30th year of offering the MFA, has become known for a specific politically-charged aesthetic in which students are encouraged to push beyond the boundaries of conventional cinema to re-present Black bodies masterfully and beautifully.
In this panel participants will discuss the legacy of the program, the philosophy of their work and the future of Black film.
w/panel:
Haile Gerima (Sankofa), Hans Charles (Mother of George), Loren Lillian (Pariah), Najma Nurridin (A Lovers Call) & moderated by Dr. Montré Missouri

Sundays at 8pm in September & October

Town Hall: Sexual Assault on College Campuses

Presented with PACT5, a national movement to prevent sexual assaults and rapes in colleges. PACT5  is a humanitarian collaboration started by students and faculty in 5 universities: Rowan University (NJ), California State University at Northridge, Western State Colorado University, Northern Illinois University, and Framingham State University (MA).
Livestream & CablecastWednesday September 25th Noon – 1:30pm

LIVE programming for PhillyCAM’s Anniversary Oct.23

LIVE programming for PhillyCAM’s Anniversary Oct.23


Tune in all day for A   very special LIVE cablecast featuring the regularly scheduled Wednesday line-up of producers direct to you from PhillyCAM’s studio.  Plus special guests & surprises! 
Celebrate our 4th year of public access in Philly.
 

A Generation Removed: Fast Forward

Class of 2013's  dramas, documentaries, experiments, and animations from
Boston  Institute of Contemporary Art’s  new media program to help  teens develop a portfolio of work for critique, presentation and distribution.


Mondays in October at 4pm

Youth programming:

Project 2013: Decarcerate PA


This summer, by Norris Square Neighborhood Project’s Art Factory 
6 short stop motion animations break down the Prison Industrial Complex and Decarcerate PA

Sundays in October at 5pm

The Squire Zone

Vince Squire

Talk show hosted by Vincent Squire about politics & life issues

Mondays at 1pm

Blender

Tutorial series by Robert Foster about Blender, an open source animation software. The   program will cover: interface, basic modeling, basic uv, basic rendering, basic film editing and more…


Thursdays at Midnight (Friday 12am)

Moonstone Arts presents: Mentor & Mentored

Moonstone Arts presents: Mentor & Mentored 


06 featuring Trapeta B. Mayson, Ursula Rucker, Yolanda Wisher
3 terrific poets close in age discuss learning from our elders and our peers.


Fridays in October at 7pm

Phila Jazz Project Presents:

Phila Jazz Project Presents:

Alfie Pollitt’s All Star Jam Session (first & second set)
Featuring Nimrod Speaks, Richard Hill, Allan Nelson, Richard Adderley, Sam Reed and others. Recorded June 7, 2013. Philadelphia Clef Club.

Sundays at 7pm (first & second set alternating weeks) in Sept. & Oct.

Best of ReelBlack TV: Filmmakers & Pioneers

Interviews culled from the Reelblack Archives featuring Ruby Dee, Harry Belafonte, Ivan Dixon, Dr. Tukufu Zuberi, Paul Mooney, Kerry Washington, Kimberly Elise, Rodney Evans, Pete Chatmon, Alrick Brown, Cheryl Dunye, Terence Nance, Spike Lee, Ava DuVernay, Tanya Hamilton, Baratunde Thurston, Russell Simmons, Nelson George, Victoria Mahoney and Kevin Jerome Everson (2 hours).

Saturdays at 8:30pm in September & October

Phila Dance Project

In partnership with PhillyCAM presents MOTION PICTURES - Annual dance on film & video mini-fest with DMO Philly Edition choreographers Niki Cousineau, Gabrielle Revlock, Raphael Xavier
Saturdays at 7:30pm in September & October

And That’s the Truth!

Terry Whitaker, aka the Truth Teller, talks with business leaders, educators, politicians and professionals who have lived their truth - or at least have the scars to show they've tried.
Produced by Daniel Armella
Tuesdays at 2pm

Certain Circuits

Certain Circuits
Cross-genre collaborative work through an international quarterly digital format featuring feature poetics, experimental film, music, and new media. www.certaincircuits.org
The first two TV episodes are in collaboration with Classwar Karaoke (UK), guest edited by Robert L. Pepper and curated by Anthony Donovan.
www.classwarkaraoke.org

Fridays at 8pm

Sunshine Elementary

Experimental film about African American & Latino students
By Hakim Woods & Perry Mulubha
Fridays at 6pm in September & October

City of Angels

In this story of urban hardship, two brothers fed up with poverty are introduced to a new hustle to get by, but at what cost?
By Hakim Woods
Fridays at 10pm in September & October

BlackStar Film Festival panel:Black Women, Body Image, and Hollywood

How can Black actresses maintain a healthy sense of Self while working in an industry that defines beauty according to non-Black standards? How can decision makers in the entertainment industry, Black filmmakers and producers included, begin to broaden definitions of beauty through their casting choices? w/panel Lisa Cortés, Stacey Sargeant, Ellen Domingos, Michelle Trotter & Dr. Yaba Blay, Moderator
Saturdays at 1pm in September & October