A communication and social neuroscience scholar recaps the inaugural event.
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...
@communityfndn Thank you for sharing. Yes, the numbers tell a stark story but there is hope in the new storytellers https://t.co/I0LCQN6Khj
Whats new at CMSI this November! #ResistanceExhibition @AU_SOC, Comedy and environmental justice with https://t.co/qhZdG55LGK
RT @CatyBC: I am incredibly honored and excited to speak at this year's @IWFglobal about the power and role of comedy in equity and justice
"Open Minds" is the theme for the @IWFglobal Leadership conference this week. @CatyBC will be going beyond the punc https://t.co/jDnuT5rw7U
RT @paufder: DMVers! This weekend! Amazing lineup of Chinese films--docs, fiction, brand new and archival--themed "Women in Film," curated
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