CCTV is requesting your programming about the current coronavirus pandemic and its effect on your life. Submit here!

Beverly Mire, Jun 8, 2020
All it takes is a movement...
Xia Rondeau, Feb 21, 2020
My project is about kung fu. The story is important to me because it shows how I practiced kung fu when I was in China for five years....
Xia Rondeau, Feb 21, 2020
The project is about myself. The story is important because I want people to know me and what they might think of me. I hope my film...
Xia Rondeau, Feb 21, 2020
My project was about my life as a model. The story is important for me first of all because it helps me with my shyness and I have the...
Xia Rondeau, Feb 21, 2020
My project is about Ethiopian History. It is important to me because it gives me a chance to share some important facts about my country...
Xia Rondeau, Feb 21, 2020
My project is about myself moving from India to the United states. This project is important for me because I’m talking about how I moved...
Xia Rondeau, Dec 27, 2019
This video is a self-portrait depicting my various identities from which I approach filmmaking and how it impacts my art. It’s a piece...
Xia Rondeau, Dec 12, 2019
On November 20th, 2019 CCTV hosted its first ever immersive media screening. Here is the full reel we shared!
Xia Rondeau, Dec 12, 2019
Home is a 360 personal narrative produced by Xia Rondeau exploring what home means to her as an adopted person.
Xia Rondeau, Dec 12, 2019
Youth Media Program participant Gabriela Cooper tells us the story of her childhood in this 360 personal narrative.
Josh Artman, Nov 4, 2019
Digging into all things Italian American, from baseball to braciole
Xia Rondeau, Sep 4, 2019
A film about the pressures on young people to be changemakers.
Xia Rondeau, Sep 4, 2019
A profile on Youth Underground
Xia Rondeau, Sep 4, 2019
The story of a single Ethiopian mother.
Xia Rondeau, Sep 4, 2019
A profile on an LGBTQ activist from Cambridge
Xia Rondeau, Sep 4, 2019
A profile on Malik, a young dancer from Cambridge using his art to create social change.
Xia Rondeau, Sep 4, 2019
A participatory profile about the impact and influence of music on issues of social justice.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10, 2019
This is a profile about a local Boston artist named Kayla Myers, AKA Goldlemons.
Jesse Schoaf, Apr 1, 2019
Jennifer Hochschild gave an insightful lecture on the merits and ethics of DNA testing at the Cambridge Public Library last Wednesday.
Hasson J. Rashid, Nov 28, 2018
NEWS AND INFORMATION FROM THE HUMAN SERVICE PERSPECTIVE, SECTOR, MOSAIC, AND INDUSTRY OF NEW ENGLAND(CAMBRIDGE,BOSTON,ETC)!
Helen Kobek, Sep 14, 2018
Walk the walk (or donate to) Cambridge Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind - annual fundraiser September 30, 2018, Fresh Pond.

Pages