TV Programming Spotlight: September 2017
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series. Watch us online and on channels Comcast 66/966HD or Verizon Fios 29/30 in Philly
Watch our Live TV Broadcast program of collected video productions from fellow Philadelphians at Northeast Regional & West Oak Lane Libraries.
A showcase of local underground artists, musicians, and comedians filmed live at the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art.
6 video poems from the book "A Hearts That's True," dedicated to our Brave men & women in uniform, to the women battling breast cancer, to his family, friends, community, the people of Philadelphia and around the world.
A day and a life of a chaplain on any given day & the various doors entered in one clinical setting, The main message is how being exposed to trauma can effect the self if we don't care for self while caring for others.
A discussion of issues dealing with race, class, and culture.
Performances interweave dreams & memories from Iraq to America of the contemporary refugee experience. With host Artist Michael Rakowitz & “house band” virtuoso ensemble led by Hanna Khoury of Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture
BlackStar's founder Maori Carmel Holmes and Academy Award nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay examine the power of cinema.
The fable follows DJ Kayla, the mixologist, as she learns that patience is a virtue and good things come to those who wait.
A 48hr Film Project 2017 submission
Good conversation, lively company & great tunes hosted by Sean Timmons & Fergus Carey, highlighting 3 Philly based artists: Hurricane Hoss, Greg Sover & Sonja Sofya with live in-studio performances & interviews.
With God All things are possible (Matthew 19:26)
Overcoming Addiction: a couple talks about how God delivered them from drugs and alcohol and neither has attended rehab.
Marriage: Two couples talk about a godly marriage and doing ministry together.