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Oct 1, 2018 City Councillors Alanna Mallon and Sumbul Siddiqui talk about issues and events in Cambridge.Women Are Here TINA LIVES! is a raw and engaging, street-smart story about growing up hippie, growing up hard and coming of age while living a life that mirrors the collapse and burnout of the hippie movement by the early eighties.Tina Lives! https://www.cctvcambridge.org/generationsavagehttps://www.... more
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Sep 27, 2018 Beyond Our Backyards - Regional Thinking to Address the Housing Crisis. September 23, 2018, A Better Cambridge hosted this discussion on the housing crisis in the area. The panel took place at the Roxbury Community College - Media Arts Center and featured Mayor of Somerville, Joseph Curtatone, Mayor of Salem, Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Cambridge, Marc McGovern, Janelle Chan, Undersecretary,... more
Sep 7, 2018 TINA LIVES is a raw and engaging, street-smart story about growing up hippie, growing up hard and coming of age while living a life that mirrors the collapse and burnout of the hippie movement by the early eighties. ACT I: Wheels of Internment EPISODE 1: Tina, a six year old working class kid from Cleveland, burns down the house where she and her family live. EPISODE 2: Tina’s parent’s Jim and... more
Aug 6, 2018 This year CCTV is celebrating our 30th Anniversary, culminating with a Birthday Bash on October 25th at One Kendall Square-- CCTV's first home! The fun starts at 5:30 pm. All funds raised support CCTV’s year-round Youth Media Program. The Birthday Bash will feature the presentation of the Rossi Award for Creative and Responsive Leadership to Ellen Semonoff. Kate Trimble, Associate Dean for... more
Jul 19, 2018 On May 5, 2018, CCTV and the Cambridge Public Library hosted the Human Library. More than 40 "readers" "checked out" human "books" for intimate conversations about personal discrimination and stigma. Following are brief videos of three readers and one book. The Human Library or “Menneskebiblioteket” as it is called in Danish, was developed in Copenhagen in the spring of 2000 as a project for... more
Jul 18, 2018 On June 2nd, 2018, the Charles River Conservancy hosted the Ribbon of Blue, Ribbon of Green gala honoring the retirement of Conservancy founder and president, Renata von Tscharner. The event took place at Annenberg Hall at Harvard University. The event was edited by Maya Valentine. more
Jul 5, 2018 Roberto G. Gonzales, professor of education at Harvard Graduate School of Education and author of the award-winning Lives in Limbo: Undocumented and Coming of Age in America was the keynote speaker of this special event focused on the human rights issues impacting immigrants in our country today. Professor Gonzales was joined by a panel of experts, including Michael J. Wishnie, William O. Douglas... more
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Jun 15, 2018 In late 2017, CCTV began a collaboration with the Cambridge Public Library to work with students in the library's genealogy workshops. The purpose of the program, funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Cambridge Arts Council, was to teach those who had been studying their families' histories the technical skills to produce digital stories about their families. On June 14, their work... more
May 23, 2018 Watch the 30-Second Film Festival. This production challenge was open to the public, and provided the opportunity to produce a 30-second film over the course of a week. Each team of filmmakers were assigned a prompt, and won prizes in a series of categories. more
May 3, 2018 April 2nd, 2018, the Longy School of Music hosted Full Cycle: Beethoven's Complete Works performed by Spencer Myer and Aristides Rivas. They performed Beethoven's complete works for Cello and Piano: the five Sonatas and the three sets of Variations, encompassing the composer's entire compositional trajectory. The performance aired live on CCTV's channels and Facebook page and was filmed by... more
Mar 19, 2018 Mayor Marc McGovern announced the creation of the Cambridge Legal Defense Fund for Immigrants in partnership with the Cambridge Community Foundation. Funds collected and administered by the Cambridge Community Foundation will be used to help connect families to legal services, increasing access to legal representation—particularly for immigrants who are at risk of being deported and are not able... more
Mar 1, 2018 Saturday, February 10, 2018, Playback Theatre hosted Playback in the Port at the Moses Youth Center in Central Square in Cambridge. Performers Included: Annie Hoffman, Brandon Sloan, Johnny Lapham, Melissa Nussbaum Freeman, Myles Green, & Will C. The event was filmed by Avery Dwyer and edited by Malcolm Sullivan. more
Jan 2, 2018 December 17th, 2017, the Cambridge Community Chorus hosted their annual fall concert. They performed George Frideric Handel's, Judas Maccabeus, at MIT's Kresge Auditorium. The event was filmed by Sara Pagiaro. CCTV is a nonprofit, public-access organization in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Look us up at cctvcambridge.org. more
Dec 28, 2017 November 25, 2017, Zili Misik hosted their annual For All Souls event. The event featured Zili Misik, as well as poets/writers, Letta Neely, and Jha D Williams for a night of music, poetry, food, and dancing. For All Souls took place at CCTV and was filmed by Sam Bruce. more
Dec 26, 2017 Harry emigrated to the United States from Haiti in 2014, and joined the Youth Media Program in 2015. Initially, Harry was very shy and hesitant to speak in groups. Two years later, Harry is a changed man. He happily volunteers to present his work publicly, and has become a mentor to new participants who are struggling. "The Youth Media Program helps me learn to work with people and create... more
Dec 18, 2017 Allison joined the Youth Media Program in 2015. In that time, Allison has worked independently and in groups, producing more than 10 films in a variety of genres-- music videos, documentaries and studio work. She has explored topics ranging from sleep deprivation to school safety to robotics. This summer, she participated in a two-week media intensive for returning students offered in... more

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