Next Week & Beyond

  1. Add to Calendar10/29/2019 07:00:00 pm10/29/2019 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkInventing Tomorrow In The ClassroomThis webinar will introduce teachers to the free and downloadable educational materials, including NGSS standards-alignment. Veteran educators will address the challenges and strategies in STEM education and how Inventing Tomorrow offers accessible and compelling materials to address current environmental issues in the classroom. Special guests include filmmaker Laura Nix and Catherine Tabor, El Paso, TX-based classroom teacher.
  2. Add to Calendar10/29/2019 07:30:00 pm10/29/2019 08:30:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesChange in the FamilyThis is a transgender-transition film with a story of celebration, health and unconditional love. A much-needed portrayal of biracial trans and gender-nonconforming lives in America, this documentary chronicles the transition of a young adult and the empathetic response of his family. But Change in the Family is about so much more than the transition experience; it speaks to the complexity of young adulthood, being a person of color, having a biracial identity and coming out as trans and gender-nonconforming. Zo’s story provides hope for a time when portraying this type of experience is no longer so unusual. After the film, please stay with us so you can ask questions of the panel in a live online chat.
    Presented by: Sam Hampton Films
  3. Add to Calendar11/09/2019 10:00:00 am11/09/2019 11:00:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesYouth Media + Social Justice Youth + young adult filmmakers tell crucial stories that amplify the issues, movements, and communities important to them: coastal land loss and civic engagement, #MeToo, the revival of LaCrosse as an indigenous sport. Join @alliance_arts as we celebrate the diversity of a new generation of filmmakers, musicians, journalists, and artists creating social change. ABOUT THE FILMS + FILMMAKERS Hannah Adams, Madison Buchanan, John Ison, and Autumn Craft +Appalachian Media Institute | Whitesburg, KY “The Fallout” discusses addiction in the central Appalachian region and alternative therapies that help addicts through recovery. These programs step in where jail systems fail to rehabilitate those in need. In this film we look into the lives of recovered addicts who are now working to better themselves and their communities. Emerson Boutte | "Lafitte 2068: No Place to Call Home" | Lafitte, LA Emerson Boutte is a senior at Fisher Highschool in Lafitte, Louisiana. Once she graduates High School she plans on majoring in film to become a filmmaker. She has created multiple short films for school projects as part of her digital media class. She has recently created her first Short Documentary, Lafitte 2068: No Place to Call Home, while interning at Novac. Emerson wants to raise awareness for the youth to realize how fast her hometown is being washed away, and inspire them to make a difference and help in saving Lafitte. Citizens of older generations from Lafitte speak out on how coastal erosion, subsidence, and floods have severely impacted their lives. Clothile Cobert, Lanvin LeBlanc, Edward Perrin, and Jerry Victoriano share personal experiences and memories of certain places they got to experience and how much of what they once knew is now gone. They explain how the land of Lafitte has changed before their own eyes as they have grown up and built a life in the small town. They express their opinions on what should be done and how it’s up to the young generations of Lafitte to become more involved and knowledgeable of the situation at hand and ultimately save our town. Young students and citizens from Lafitte share and express how little they know about the severity of coastal erosion or the situation at all. The goal of this documentary is to raise awareness and inspire the young generations of Lafitte, and other coastal towns facing the same problems, to be more involved, more knowledgeable, and want to stand up and help save Lafitte from becoming nonexistent within the next 50 years. Camille Dobbs + Youth FX | "Silence" | Albany, NY Camille Dobbs is an actress, director, screenwriter, and activist who has been working with Youth FX since she 15 years old. She is an aspiring actress who has starred and directed the following short films: Black Girls Don't Cry and Silence. Her film Silence was screened on national TV and was also accepted at Blackstar Film Festival. Camille has appeared in many plays such as Blaq Boi, Shot, and Which Way is Home. She uses film and theater as a medium to address and challenge the many issues that we are facing in today's society. Inspired by real events & the #MeToo movement, SILENCE is a look at the fallout of a relationship that never was. Azalia Escalera + Venice Arts | "Work" | Venice, CA Azalia Escalera is a Mexican-American 1st generation student who was born and raised in Inglewood, California and is now attending UCLA’s School of Film, Theatre, and Television as a freshman. During her middle school years, Azalia discovered her passion for filmmaking. Ever since then she has dedicated herself to this interest in her free time and through different film programs outside of school such as Venice Arts and California State Summer School of the Arts, with the goal of becoming a director, editor, or cinematographer in the film industry. Maria is a high school student in Aguascalientes, Mexico in the year 1986. When she gets home from school, she is faced with doing the house chores of 12 siblings and homework all while having a job on the side to help pay for her school. Maria wants to continue her high school career and pursue a higher education but one obstacle lies in her way: the misogynistic ideas of her father. This film shows a day in the life of Maria as well as the outcome in her attempt to continue her education. Isaiah Grant, Destiny Madison, Tearra Brintley + RYSE Center | "Police Brutality" | Richmond, CA "Police Brutality" is a Music Video that speaks on the injustice of black and brown youth. It shows the reality of what young people face everyday. Song was created by Jashawna "Anii" Chaney.Post D Productions | "Change" | Richmond, VA Safiya Mohammed | "Twin Cities Native Americans Reclaim Lacrosse Sport" | St. Paul, MN Safiya Mohamed is a well-rounded, multimedia student journalist based in Minnesota. Her journey as a digital storyteller began with Threesixty Journalism, a non-profit youth group at the University of St. Thomas. Through the program, she has polished and excelled her writing, reporting, interviewing, and media skills. Outside of Journalism, she is a Visitor's Assistant at the Minnesota Children's Museum, where she works to create an upbeat and fun environment for museum visitors and families. Safiya has also interned at Rondo Community Outreach library as a Public Art Intern. During her time there, she assisted patrons in the computer lab, answered digital and technology-related questions, organized media content, translated data and work from Somali to English, and helped teach computer classes. A current senior in high school, she hopes to attend the University of St. Thomas and study journalism. Safiya dreams of one day becoming a foreign correspondent in both the developing world and the Muslim world, covering women and marginalized groups who've created grassroots organizations and have fostered movements for global equality and democracy. ThreeSixty Journalism collaborates with the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota (Blue Cross) to examine trending health issues with the next generation of reporters. Post D Productions | "Wrong" | Richmond, VA We are a group of young men, in the Post Dispositional Program at RJDC. We made an animated music video about how we ended up where we are. This piece includes hand drawn animations and green screen performances. We learned about animation techniques and music production. All the lyrics were written and recorded by us. Our process shows no matter your situation, your creation can still be brilliant!!! Wymanjason@thealliance.mediafalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: The Alliance for Media Arts and Culture
  4. Add to Calendar11/12/2019 03:30:00 pm11/12/2019 04:30:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesDawnlandJoin the makers of the Emmy Award winning film DAWNLAND for a special screening of the 86-minute feature edition. For decades, child welfare authorities have been removing Native American children from their homes to save them from being Indian. In Maine, the first official “truth and reconciliation commission” in the United States begins a historic investigation. DAWNLAND goes behind-the-scenes as this historic body grapples with difficult truths, redefines reconciliation, and charts a new course for state and tribal relations. After the movie please stay with us so you can ask questions of the film team in a live online chat. Learn more about the film and watch the trailer at dawnland.org
    Presented by: Upstander Project
  5. Add to Calendar11/14/2019 07:00:00 pm11/14/2019 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkInventing TomorrowThis is an exclusive screening for NSTA members with special guests from the film.
    Presented by: POV
  6. Add to Calendar12/15/2019 10:00:00 am12/15/2019 11:00:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesLearning with OVEE Learn how to use OVEE as a tool in your classroom and with classrooms around the globe.
    Presented by: ITVS
  7. Add to Calendar12/20/2019 11:30:00 am12/20/2019 12:30:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesOVEE Data & Information Review OVEE data and information.
    Presented by: ITVS
  8. Add to Calendar01/23/2020 10:00:00 am01/23/2020 11:00:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesOVEE Tips & Tricks Looking for tips on moderating your event on OVEE? Building an audience? What about streaming through Ustream rather than Google Hangouts on Air? We'll show three video clips to address each topic.
    Presented by: ITVS

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