The Storyscapes section of the Tribeca Film Festival, where installations, VR and interactive web projects mingle, frontally featured realities of a racialized society, in The Argus Project and...
What’s the difference between a person and a problem? Several of the documentaries shown at Tribeca Film Festival showed us, taking up issues and taking us into the human drama behind him.
Some of the most exciting documentaries on display at Tribeca Film Festival depended on extensive journalistic research, combined with deeply thoughtful aesthetic choices. And these new examples of...
A quick look at Rebel Citizen showing at Filmfest DC. A film to introduce Haskell Wexler cinematographer and documentarian extraordinaire!
The TFI Interactive Day has been a highlight of Tribeca Film Festival’s innovaction curriculum.
VR was everywhere at the Tribeca FilmFest, where the standouts were animation productions, not video.
At the Tribeca Film Fest-based Games and Media Summit, new research revealed common weaknesses in achieving social impact with games.
At the Tribeca Film Festival, many documentaries actively employed fair use—another marker of the fact that fair use has become a basic feat
Thanks to American University’s Center on Media and Social Impact (CSMI), six graduate students and I attended Full Frame Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina earlier this month. It was my first...
RT @itssarahrichman: So obsessed w/ this @CMSImpact project on leveraging #comedy for #socialjustice. Truly a must-read! https://t.co/x5RBn
Wow, thanks for this. https://t.co/FdgjCBBVSG
Grateful to the @gatesfoundation for funding CMSI's investigation of comedy & social change, The Laughter Effect. https://t.co/UZMEcKSnRT
NEW: The Laughter Effect: research, strategy & creative initiative that studies & incubates comedy + social change https://t.co/UZMEcL9YJr
RT @katedavies00: Ahhh, such a great look at the value of utilizing comedy in the social change space, via @CatyBC and @CMSImpact https://t
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