Adrian Cowell, the eminent filmmaker who catapulted the environmental movement to save the Amazonian rain forests
through the television series The Decade of Destruction and Banking on...
Haskell Wexler, a legendary and Academy Award-winning Hollywood cinematographer and producer of a recent controversial documentary, Who Needs Sleep?, will be visiting the Center for Social Media as...
Pull Focus: Peter Richardson
by Erin Finicane & Fatemeh Shahkolahi
A rising star in documentary filmmaking, Peter Richardson has made a name for himself with two feature documentaries that...
Pull Focus: Marshall Curry
Lauren Donia & Katie Bieze
Marshall Curry got his start shooting, directing, and editing the documentary "Street Fight", which followed Cory...
Rebecca Richman Cohen
by Lauren Ann Donia and Matthew Gordon
In its 2010 list of 25 New Faces in Independent Film, Filmmaker Magazine tagged Rebecca Richman Cohen as an “up-and-comer poised to...
Pull Focus: Eric Strauss and Daniele Anastasion
Nick Ray and Katie Bieze
Eric Strauss has been creating documentary films for more than a decade, shooting, writing and producing for broadcasters...
By Lauren Ann Donia and Matthew Gordon.
Susan Koch is an Emmy- and Peabody-winning filmmaker whose most recent film, The Other City (2010), explores a Washington, DC that visitors rarely see; a...
Pull Focus: Jeremy Levine and Landon Van Soest
by Matthew Gordon and Shilpi Singh
Good Fortune is a documentary that talks about good intentions gone wrong. The film shows how the foreign aid...
By Barbara Abrash, Director of Public Programs, Center for Media, Culture and History, New York University.
Connie Field is a pioneering social documentary filmmaker whose works include Freedom on...
RT @CatyBC: Happy moment presenting new study from @lfeldman17 & I about role of documentaries & comedy in social change. #innovatenarrativ
RT @paufder: #Comedy for social justice, yes! The ultimate how-to here thx @CMSImpact @catyBC: https://t.co/J9QFVxIFuG
RT @SpitfireSays: This @CMSImpact report highlights the important role comedy plays in social change: https://t.co/t3rHwxbhCX
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RT @AU_SOC: New project from @CMSImpact The Laughter Effect looks at how and why comedy can play a role in social change: https://t.co/8neC
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