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.
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...
Unconventional Grant from Knight Foundation and Niantic, Inc.
Getting Real 2016 was a remarkable gathering of documentary filmmakers, under the auspices of the International Documentary Association (IDA). What I heard most: Diversity will make us stronger;...
This article was originally published on Documentary.org (Documentary magazine) by the International Documentary Association.
The annual AFI DOCS Filmmaker Forum, presented in association with IDA...
RT @bzelizer: Comedy and social justice, increasingly important in these times and thankfully always under @CMSImpact's watchful eye. #ASCm
@CMSImpact Director @CatyBC and @lfeldman17 will be discussing "Comedy and Social Change: The Effects of Satire and https://t.co/EwyusHh4HF
Who is a #comedian? A journalist, an entertainer or an "information subsidizer?" Read @dannagal's brilliant piece o https://t.co/y0JCekBaNP
RT @balfour_michael: Tribeca Interactive: Experiencing the Obvious Is Work https://t.co/PHg0B8y4kO via @CMSImpact
RT @knightfdn: As we continue to study television news, its role in informing communities, and possibilities for the future, we are also ex
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