Here's what's new on PhillyCAM.
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Host Tracey L. Fisher talks about economics, re-entry, education, community resources, employment, and motivating tomorrow's leaders
Teen Media 2020
COmmunity VIDeo Resiliency Project, including: Blossom, Burn Out, Digital Divide To Digital Equity, Voyage, This Choice Is Our Voice
PAAFF 2020 Panel
What we can do to work towards decolonization of the industry: Asian American Pacific Island filmmakers and programmers share their views on the colonial gaze, capitalism & the reception of their movies in different contexts.
Ghouls discuss the horrors of elections such as voter suppression, the problem with the electoral college and dissect Purge Election Year.
In Coversations with
- Heidi Saman & Lulu Wang
- Madeline Anderson with Louis Massiah & Michelle Materre
- Eric Branco , Michael Fernandez and Shawn Peters
- Razan Al-Salah, Adam Khalil, Kurt Otabenga Orderson, Sindhu
Thirumalaisamy, and Michèle Stephenson
With Snipe- ICP
A record of graffiti in Philly in the Writer’s own voice, from high school bomber just coming up to oldhead coming back out. For every tag, every throw-up, every rooftop burner, the walls & tunnels tell a story
What does making art & staying vital at age 84 look like? Leroy Johnson, Philadelphian, has been making art & serving as an educator throughout his life, beginning with his childhood in Eastwick.
A suicide attempt survivor tackles the loneliness epidemic in a game show making the art of creating meaningful connections fun. Strangers experience how deeply they can connect in a high stake series of visceral conversations
Panel discussions on : 1. Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Brief History, 2. In Conversation: Lenape Peoples in Diaspora, Then and Now, 3. Indigenous Expressions, 4: Indigeneity and Latinidad, 5: Indigenous Futures Now: Not for Columbus
Looking back on the amazing advice and stories from PhillyCAM producers over a variety of topics to celebrate our show as part of People Power Media Fest.
Documentary showcase about people coping with adversity : featuring Abandoned Heroes - Veterans coming home to a thankless nation
Community media producers explore what conversations could be imagined with our younger selves, if given the opportunity to confront some fears that may have held us back from achieving more & living our best lives.
Featuring documentaries about social justice issues produced by college and high-school students who are interviewed by Host & Filmmaker Carole Adrienne. Exploring the endless possibilities of documentary filmmaking in discussions with a diverse group of student writers and producers, the show encourages viewers to document their own journeys.
Dialogue with featured guests: Charles Gregory, Tyreece Powell, David Simons and Anis Taylor
Homeless citizens and their allies assembled to defend their encampment and their human right to housing and dignity. Cheri Honkala, National Coordinator for the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign, and a formerly homeless mother, is interviewed at the rally.
Parts 1 - 4
America’s great promise of equality has always rung hollow in the ears of African Americans. From the murders of black youth by the police, to the dismantling of the Voting Rights Act and Discrimination against LBGTQ Communities.
Mother and son duo Renee Sanders & Tavis Sanders discuss the need for a more comprehensive review of the history of the Americas