Youth Media Program Awards
Youth Media Program Awards
CCTV's Youth Media Program is designed to teach Cambridge teens media making and career readiness skills, as they work as media artists. Check out their award winning programming here! You can watch each project by clicking on the image.
Follow, Xavier Marquez
Crying for Peace, Mohammad Sayed
This self written video poem by Mohammad Sayed about identity, culture, and the need for peace was produced by the Summer Media Institute and won an award at the national 2013 Hometown Video Festival.
Innovation in my Backyard: Careers at Novartis, Fard Berry, Chay Homes, Wilgens Metelus, Jose Negron and Obeng Asamoah Serebour
This documentary, which explores the contributions of different types of scientists (including biologists, chemists, and translational medical experts) to the drug discovery process at Novartis, won an award at the 2013 Northeast Regional Hometown Video Festival.
The Teen-- Alcohol Safety PSA, Advanced SMI Students
Near Death,Toni Allien
STARS, Ranea Riley Walker
This film is about the STARS program at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School. It was produced during during the School Year Production Program and won a first place award in the national Hometown Video Festival in 2012.
Acceptance, Ranea Riley Walker
The Accident, Remi Jones
Summer Media Institute 2010, Andualem Beyene Wondafresh
Little Cars, Henry Hayes
A Hero in Disguise, Ranea Riley Walker
Reality Check, Julie Pan
This is a documentary produced by Julie Pan with support from the Creative Action Project at Cambridge Community Services. It took home a first place award in the national Hometown Video Festival in 2010.
Daporama, Jonathan Kramer Roach
This experimental piece was produced by Youth Media Program participant, Jonathan Kramer Roach, during the summer of 2008. It took home a third place award in the NE Regional Hometown Video Festival in 2009.
You Contribute to Global Warming, Laura Asherman
This short PSA, produced by Youth Media Program participant, Laura Asherman, is meant to raise awareness about what people can do to reduce their carbon footprint. The PSA received honorable mention in the national Hometown Video Festival in 2009.
Homies, Josh Washington Smith & William Sheffield
This short narrative, produced by Youth Media Program participants, Josh Washington Smith and William Sheffield. This video received a first place award in the Alliance for Community Media's national Hometown Festival in 2009.
The King Open Extended Day Program, Julie Pan
This short documentary, produced by Youth Media Program participant, Julie Pan, profiles the extended day program at the King Open School. This video received a first place award in the Alliance for Community Media's New England Video Festival.
Nobody Knows Us, Max Lewontin
This documentary, produced by Youth Media Program participant, Max Lewontin, explores how the media portrays homelessness. This award took home a first place award in documentary/ public awareness category in the national Hometown Video Festival. It also took home an award at the New England Video Festival.
The Gift, Alex Ayabe
This music video, produced by Alex Ayabe, took home first place in the music and performance category at the New England Video Festival and was recognized in the 2009 national Do it Your Damn Self Film Festival.
City in Motion, Max Lewontin
SMI 2007 Documentary, Laura Asherman
This documentary, produced by Youth Media Program participant, Laura Asherman, profiles the summer component of our program. This video took home a first place award in the national Hometown Video Festival. It also took home an award at the New England Video Festival.