TV Programming Spotlight: May 2019
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series.
In Philadelphia Watch Us on Comcast Xfinity 66/966HD/967 and Verizon 29/30. Everywhere on Roku, TV and PhillyCAM Live Stream.
Candidates for City Council in the Philadelphia primary election
The Venezuelan artist talks about his exhibition 'Totally Mythological' at Delaware Contemporary with the Museum Director & the Curator.
Education for voters on how Philadelphia’s judicial branch impacts lives and local politics and which candidates will advance the 2019 Judge Accountability Table Platform
A non-partisan City Council Candidate Forum open to the public in which Candidates clarify their positions on issues of racial, social, and economic justice
The Journey of Men & Women of Duffy's Cut explores the tragic exploitation of 57 Irish immigrants building Pennsylvania's pioneering railroad 1832, an evocative glimpse into the seamy underside of the Industrial Revolution
A selection of original short films by Philadelphia youth
A stop motion animation made by 200 middle school students in a workshop for the Environmental Film Festival .
Drawn by the River, Soothing Waters, Sights and Sounds, Life Gets in the Way
Solving the Corruption Crisis
Our government is broken & we have to fix it. Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Silver of RepresentUs show what's wrong with legal corruption and how we fix it
A local acapella group, Legacy, in concert at Community College of Phila telling their story of how they started to create music.
Explores the popularity and experiences of karaoke at some of Philly's hottest venue performances with interviews about its effect on those who participate in this fun, exciting and often addictive activity.
When his girlfriend leaves him for a no good loser killer gangster, the Duke of Earl gets his revenge as the Black Vigilante. Attacks on his family, friends and lovers prompt him to take action into cleaning up the neighborhood of hoodlums.
Oral history documentary of the last remaining Orthodox Jewish synagogue in South Philadelphia where once there were some 150. Established at the end of the 19th century, almost demolished at the beginning of the 21st century...Shivtei now is thriving...how and why did it survive?
Highlighting the ways participatory defense hubs of Philadelphia provide insight, perspective & support to those being charged & their families as they navigate the justice system.
William Toney from Philadelphia has been missing since 2016 and his mother Michelle Duncombe is still looking for him. William was last seen with two unidentified men on November 18, 2016.
Learn about how evictions impact health and how the health sector is working to address housing insecurity issues like evictions.
Jay Sykes, AKA Zu Life, a 17 yr old rapper sentenced as an adult to 10 years in prison. After serving in NJ facilities, upon release, he set the rap world on fire. A story of adversity, imprisonment, redemption & triumph!