Youth Program Production Gallery

Nov 21, 2016 "In life, we are surrounded by work and stress every day. In that instance, you've got to figure... Something must be missing. It's this feeling of stress and being overworked that we don't give ourselves a chance to take a look around us to notice what sorts of life stares us right in the face, attempting to prompt you to enjoy the finer things in life. When we look at Aristotle's view of the... more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Lucy Bent, Alejandro Ruiz and Mattingly Wood for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Steven Alan Jr, Dondee Dumeran and Nelton Dormevil for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Steven Alan Jr, Dondee Dumeran and Nelton Dormevil for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Anderson Guichette and Sahil Sheikh for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016 more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Mohamed Mohamed and Stephen Sanon-Estrada for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Harry Jean and Erick Guzman for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016 Based on the first Inaugural Address by Franklin D Roosevelt on March 4, 1933. more
Nov 21, 2016 Based on President Lyndon B. Johnson's speech to Congress March 15, 1965. Produced by Lucy Bent for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. Footage from One Word by Watch Cut. more
Nov 21, 2016 Produced by Nafis Rahman for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. Based on the State of the Union Address by Jimmy Carter January 23, 1980. more
Nov 21, 2016 Based on John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961. Produced by Alejandro Ruiz for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016 Music By SG Lewis Footage from: Stockfootage.com johannesusa Sound Effects Youtube Channel Drone Fanatic Youtube Channel Free Stock Footage Archive more
Nov 21, 2016 Based on Barack Obama's speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. Produced by Mattingly Wood for the School Year Production Program Fall 2016. Music: Never Too Far by Sorrow Footage From: C-SPAN- Barack Obama Speech at 2004 DNC Convention Movie Baraka. People walking very fast. Timelapse video. Glitch overlay 2 Glitch overlay 3 People walking - timelapse all on youtube.com more
Aug 17, 2016 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride the MBTA for eight hours straight? How about racing around the entire thing in that time? Well, now it's time to find out. Miles Taylor takes on the challenge of beating the record for the fastest trip around the MBTA subway system in July of 2016. Produced by Giovanni Jajoute, Rocco Magliozzi and Miles Taylor for the Summer Media Institute... more
Aug 17, 2016 The second part in a series of videos focused on homelessness. Produced by Anne Pierre for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 Documentary profile of the Trap Music Orchestra, a hip-hop/jazz fusion orchestra with an activist focus based out of the Berklee College of Music. Produced by Stephen Sanon-Estrada, Simon Leek and Hasan Ishtiak for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 A documentary exploring the gender gap in tech-jobs that highlights the experiences of young women and youth programs dedicated to closing the gap. Produced by Sadira Bethea, Nicholas Hall and Neely Mckee for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 Produced by Deane Andre, Lucy Bent and Mattingly Wood for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 The importance of the arts in a young person's life is highlighted through original animations and a conversation with professor Maureen Kelly. Produced by Emma Atlas, Weijing Guo and Louisa Taylor for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 Produced by Christine Alphonse, Avery Singh and Keanan Ng for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 Produced by Diana Estrada and Anderson Guichette for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 Produced by Mohamed Mohamed and Mohammed Hussain for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more
Aug 17, 2016 A profile of local Cambridge rapper Connor Donovan who speaks about his memories growing up in the Coast and how his Cambridge upbringing influences his art. Produced by Xavier Brown, Josh Dunbar and Oliver Saffery for the Summer Media Institute 2016 more

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