CMSI has been awarded an NEA Art Works grant for the study of present and future trends in the art and business of documentary storytelling.
Center for Media & Social Impact (CMSI) launches report on "The Digital Story: Giving Voice to the Unheard in Washington D.C'
CMSI’s project with Univision was selected at the 2018 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit.
A’Montay Giddings-Watson, a 2017 graduate student fellow in CMSI’s Community Voice Project (CVP) won Silver in the “Trailers & Digital Shorts” category for her short animated...
This is cross-posted from the Immerse newsletter.
At Tribeca Film Festival 2018, the virtual reality expo was divided into three parts: an arcade of varied works in varied formats; group viewings of...
This is cross-posted from the International Documentary Association newsletter.
What do you see at a film festival? At Tribeca Film Festival, that would be television programs, online episodes,...
Documentaries of all kinds—including the expectable presold and slotted music docs, liquor-brand docs, sports docs—proliferated at SXSW 2018
The sky is black with chickens coming home to roost for the platforms and apps that once loved to launch at SXSW.
SXSW seemed to take diversity more seriously than in the past. There were more women on panels and keynoting...
@CMSImpact founder @paufder talks VR, documentaries, issues and more at the recently concluded @AFIDOCS in https://t.co/bLFxIDSk0l
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RT @Transform_Films: Artist Emergency Fund @POVdocs: The first of its kind dedicated to supporting mediamakers working in nonfiction http
Thank you for an enjoyable, thought-provoking, exciting film festival @AFIDOCS - we surely are waiting for more! Se https://t.co/Mhq7W82fAh
RT @AFIDOCS: The #AFIDOCS Forum session "Growing Pains: Virtual Reality, Documentary and A Search for Answers" is live on our Facebook page
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