Youth Program Production Gallery

Jan 29, 2016 Produced by Yanka Petri for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015 more
Jan 29, 2016 Produced by Odai Nakawa for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015 more
Jan 29, 2016 Produced by Nidjee Lisson for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015 more
Jan 29, 2016 Produced by Erick Guzman, Alex Michael and Nidjee Lisson for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015 more
Jan 29, 2016 Produced by Mathew Ferreira and Yanka Petri for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015 more
Jan 29, 2016 Produced by Josue Cardoza for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015 more
Jan 29, 2016 Jashim talks about the importance of public transportation to his daily routine and how Central Square station has become one of the most familiar places to him. Produced by Jashim Uddin for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 29, 2016 An interview with Greg Russ of the Cambridge Housing Authority about the current state and future of public housing in Cambridge. Produced by Harry Jean and Jashim Uddin for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 29, 2016 Harry explains his experience playing tennis at CRLS. Produced by Harry Jean for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 29, 2016 A continuation of the video series "What is Feminism?" which explores the decision of identifying as a feminist, the meaning of feminism and what it entails. Produced by Yanka Petri for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 29, 2016 Videos exploring knowledge and relationships based on stream of consciousness writing. Produced by Anne Pierre for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 29, 2016 An interview with Wilnert Guillame about his experience with homelessness. Produced by Anne Pierre for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 28, 2016 Anderson explains the importance of the Moore Youth Center to him and his experiences there. Produced by Anderson Guichette for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 28, 2016 An interview with Amy Mertl of Lesley University about the warmer than usual December of 2015. Produced by Josue Cardoza, Anderson Guichette and Odai Nakawa for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 28, 2016 Alex explains the importance of the library to him and how the books he has found there have influenced him. Produced for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Aug 25, 2015 The Summer Media Institute is a six-week intensive program designed to teach youth media skills. In their final project, students collaborated to create documentaries about issues facing the Cambridge community. "Kind of A Big Dill is an informational documentary exploring the rise of local food in the Boston area. The piece centers around Shawn Cooney, the former head of a software startup, who... more
Aug 25, 2015 The Summer Media Institute is a six-week intensive program designed to teach youth media skills. In their final project, students collaborated to create documentaries about issues facing the Cambridge community. "The documentary is about the racial issues and inequalities that affect the people and communities throughout the Untied Sates of America. The goal of many documentaries, including ours... more
Aug 25, 2015 The Summer Media Institute is a six-week intensive program designed to teach youth media skills. In their final project, students collaborated to create documentaries about issues facing the Cambridge community. "David Fichter is an artist who does murals around the world. We chose to interview him on the topic of Cambridge because he makes murals around Cambridge that are about diversity and... more
Aug 25, 2015 The Summer Media Institute is a six-week intensive program designed to teach youth media skills. In their final project, students collaborated to create documentaries about issues facing the Cambridge community. "Our project is about the evolution of Harvard Square. We got archival photographs from the Cambridge Historical Commission and recreated them by going out and filming the same shot. Our... more
Aug 25, 2015 The Summer Media Institute is a six-week intensive program designed to teach youth media skills. In their final project, students collaborated to create documentaries about issues facing the Cambridge community. "This documentary is about the political violence that is happening/has been happening in Bangladesh over the past few years. The story is told by a Bangladeshi immigrant to America,... more
Aug 25, 2015 The Summer Media Institute is a six-week intensive program designed to teach youth media skills. In their final project, students collaborated to create documentaries about issues facing the Cambridge community. "Our documentary is about a 18-year-old transgender male named Phoenix. The video chronicles his life after transitioning from female to male, shows how this change has affected him... more

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