Explore our library of videos created to increase awareness about why Film Media Literacy Education matters.
Shot on-location in NYC's Time Square, learn about this new form of 21st-century foundational learning.
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A Film Media Literacy Education Public Service Announcement
Justin discusses why Media Literacy is an important skill young people need today.
This video explains how moving images are used to sell commercial products, but also values, concepts of love, sexuality, security, and success.
This video uses the 1970s song, Wholy Holy sung by Marvin Violence Giaye to highlight America's out-of-control gun violence crisis.
Born out of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, this video introduces the work of Hip-Hop Pioneer, Radio 'Rodney Deas' Rahim and Educator/Activist Justin Wedes in founding the Paul Robeson Freedom School.
This video uses the hit song, 'Compared To What' by Les McCann to highlight the infamous 2016 US Presidential Campaign.
This video created by film students at Graphic Communications Arts in NYC's hells kitchen tells the story of what the average student goes through in NYC failing public schools.
Danny Ochoa, student actor and songwriter performs the theme song for the student-created film 'Who's To Blame'.