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Support Native heritage beyond the stereotypes! Join us 11/17 for our next Docs & Dialogue series where we'll be screening the youth-produced film "We, The People."
This film explores the impact of racial stereotypes on Native Americans as well as how members of this community, including Native American students and representatives of The American Indian Community House and the Native American Education program in NYC, are creating alternative spaces to tell their own stories.
Free RSVP and more info:
Congrats to Media on tonight's premiere of their Stanley Nelson directed documentary "Becoming Frederick Douglass" on PBS !
Make sure you're tuned in, we sure will be! And be sure to check out their other film "Harriet Tubman:Visions of Freedom" also available on PBS!
The EVC family is expanding! Visit our website to learn more about our job openings.
NYU Metro Center is pleased to announce:
Fall 2022 Facilitative Leadership Seminar
The producers from our 1989 documentary "AIDS: Facts Over Fear" spoke to Best Talk TV about the importance of youth led media and conversations around HIV.
Join us tonight @ 6pm as EVCs youth of today close out and continue that conversation.
Free RSVP via the link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evc-presents-docs-dialogue-aids-facts-over-fear-tickets-358523031037?aff=SocialMedia
Celebrate Pride with us on 6/30 with a special edition of Docs & Dialogue! Hosted by EVC youth, we're screening the 1989 film "AIDS: Facts Over Fear" followed by a special conversation w/ our brilliant guests Dr. David Malebranche and Donja R. Love
Youth led film screening & community discussion about HIV/AIDS. Featuring guest speakers Dr. David Malebranche and Playwright Donja R. Love.
Give it up to our youth producers! Our recent documentary "Sugar Coated: The Truth About Eating Disorders" won MOST ENTERTAINING at the 2022 Emoti-Con!
Sugar Coated is a collaborative youth-produced social justice documentary film created by high school students across New York City participating in EVC’s flagship program. Eating disorders are a mental health issue and have the second highest mortality rate of any psychiatric diagnosis, outranked...
EVC’s Youth Producers will be premiering two very timely films at our virtual Impact To Change Benefit on June 8th, "Power of War: War Under the Media'' & “Unrealistic Perfection: Exploring the Tricky Side of Beauty”!
We're at 60% of our fundraising goal, and you can help us get to 100% by making a donation today!
We are thrilled to announce our Impact To Change virtual benefit honorees: Chris Caraballo, Haleeq Usman, & Torrance York. These extraordinary individuals embody what EVC strives for when we work to have an impact & make real, positive change!
Join us June 8th for a night of celebration where we'll premiere two new youth-produced documentaries!
EVC is hiring for the following positions:
• Development & Communications Director
• Youth Media Instructor
• Administrative & Development Assistant (Temporary)
To apply, visit our website: https://www.evc.org/opportunities
Our students are making an IMPACT to CHANGE the world we live in through film. Join us on Wednesday June 8th for Impact to Change - An EVC Spring Virtual Benefit & Youth Doc Premiere.
Donate or get your tickets today! https://secure.givelively.org/donate/educational-video-center-inc/impact-to-change-an-evc-spring-benefit
Youth Filmmakers are bringing EVC into an exciting season of transformation. Join us on June 8th for Impact to Change, our Virtual Spring Benefit where we’ll premiere two powerful youth-produced docs, honoring change-makers and sharing some exciting news!
EVC's community of youth Filmmakers are bringing EVC into an exciting season of IMPACT and CHANGE. With our young people and their documentaries leading the way, EVC i...
Excited to announce that Asia Alston of Happy Healing Wellness and filmmaker Denzel Deranamie will be joining us for our Docs and Dialogues on 4/28 where we'll watch the documentary "Waiting to Inhale," followed by a conversation on legalized cannabis & its impact on Black communities.
FREE RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evc-presents-docs-dialogue-waiting-to-inhale-tickets-315708973037?aff=SocialMedia
We invite you to join us on 4/28, 6p-730p to explore the legal system’s impact on ma*****na use & cannabis culture, in our next Docs & Dialogue series. We're screening our 1998 youth-produced documentary - Waiting to Inhale.
FREE RSVP available: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evc-presents-docs-dialogue-waiting-to-inhale-tickets-315708973037?aff=SocialMedia
New Blog Post from EVC, "A Young Filmmaker from the Big Apple Screens Film in Alabama!"
Read about her experience: https://evc.org/post/a-young-filmmaker-from-the-big-apple-screens-film-in-alabama
YDW alum Ashley Woolcock traveled to Florence, Alabama with her mother, to screen her group’s film at the Lindsey UNA Film Festival.
It's in NYC & to support this movement which empowers the youth's vote, we're streaming our award winning youth-produced film "Journeys Through the Red, White, & Blue" all week!
Click the link to watch the film & for information on youth voter registration.
It’s been a while coming & here it is! The new www.evc.org
EVC’s updated website represents the bold path we are on, almost 40 years in! Our new colors, & modern design center the fiery strength & critical hope of our young people leading the future.
Join EVC on 2/24 from 6-7pm for Docs & Dialogue, where we'll screen our youth-produced documentary "Black History Month: A Chance to Reflect"
This event is free and open to the public. Support youth media by RSVPing Today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evc-presents-docs-dialogue-black-history-month-tickets-264435201807?aff=SocialMedia
EVC’s young filmmakers invite you to the premiere of two powerful new films at:
"Lead To Nowhere" & “Sugar Coated: The Truth About Eating Disorders”
Get your tickets for , our Winter Cocktail & Youth Documentary Premiere TODAY: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/educational-video-center-inc/winter-cocktail-youth-doc-premiere-2022
Young people creating films about the issues that matter the most to them, but impact us all.
Get your tickets TODAY for our virtual Youth Documentary Premiere and Winter Cocktail:
In less than 2 weeks, EVC will premiere two brand new youth-produced films at Youth Rising, No Matter What: A Virtual EVC Winter Cocktail and Youth Doc Premiere on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 from 6:00-8:00pm ET!
Join us for a cinematic evening highlighting youth voices and the stories they are passionate about. We will hear from EVC youth producers of the films and support their vision for a just and equitable future.
Our annual cocktail makes possible the work we do throughout the year. Get your tickets today and donate to support!
Despite the pandemic, we celebrate our to the occasion!
EVC's Virtual Winter Cocktail and Youth Documentary Premiere is happening 2/2/2022! Tickets available now, get yours today!
The young filmmakers of EVC are rising.
Even after an unprecedented two years of relentless challenges, EVC’s youth leaders are responding with strength, resiliency, and an insistence on speaking out on the critical issues of today.
EVC’s youth are rising, no matter what.
EVC’s virtual Winter Cocktail & Youth Documentary Premiere February 2, 2022 from 6-8pm. We will screen 2 youth-produced films that lift up the stories, perspectives, challenges, and hopes of NYC's young people.
Educational Video Center invites you to young filmmakers of EVC are rising. Even after an unprecedented two years of relentless challenges, EVC’s youth...
Beginning on Jan. 27 @ 4:30pm, Metro Learning Communities will be hosting a seminar series that will address the disruptions & uncertainties brought about by the challenges of our times and its impact on our students and their families.
CTLE hours awarded.
For more info visit https://events.chalkbeat.org/event/supporting-students-in-challenging-times/
We hope you had a safe holiday. And may the New Year take us all into an equitable, more just world through the power of young people seeking new horizons! Thank you for being a part of the EVC community and for supporting our youth producers!
It's not too late to get your end of year donations in. Donate today: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/educational-video-center-inc
Join us for EVC’s Virtual Winter Cocktail on Thursday, February 2, 2022 from 6pm-8pm. We will feature EVC's two newest documentaries and conversations with the youth filmmakers. This annual cocktail makes possible the work we do throughout the year—so please help us uplift our students and their stories! Get your tickets and donate to support.
Only a few more days in 2021, so be sure to get your year-end donations in and support youth changing the world one documentary at a time! Donate today!
May this holiday season take us all into an equitable, more just world through the power of young people seeking new horizons!
Thank you for being a part of the EVC community and for supporting our youth producers!
Don't miss a beat - donate to EVC and help support the next generation of filmmakers and storytellers!
"I miss this place, son. Like... I grew up here, B."
Join us tonight at 6pm for our next installment of our online film screening series, Docs & Dialogue, where we explore tenant harrassment and displacement in the 2010 film "As the Sun Comes Up, the Bricks Fall Down" followed by a youth led dialogue around gentrification.
RSVP now with the link in our bio!
"It's almost like your home is being invaded." Gentrifiers can have many faces, faces that sometimes look like our own. How do we survive?
We'll be screening our 2010 youth produced film, As the Sun Comes Up, on 11/18 for our next Docs & Dialogue, a FREE youth led civic engagement series.
RSVP today at https://t.co/nD45UkBZBg
Tenant harassment takes many forms when landlords want to clear your neighborhoods to develop it (read: to gentrify it).
Join us on 11/18 for our next Docs & Dialogue as we explore how capitalism fuels gentrification and harms communities in our FREE online screening of our 2010 youth-produced documentary "As the Sun Comes Up," followedby a youth-led community dialogue.
Join us for a free screening of 2010’s youth-produced film As the Sun Comes Up, the Bricks Fall Down!
EVC’s youth filmmakers explore powerful stories of change in their Bronx & Brooklyn neighborhoods. Followed by youth led community dialogue. Tix available https://eventbrite.com/e/evc-presents-docs-dialogue-as-the-sun-comes-up-the-bricks-fall-down-tickets-205235453767?aff=SocialMedia…
Happening Today! EVC youth-produced films “The Ones Who Bought Bushwick” and “Black & Blue: The Traumas of Police Violence” will be screening today at the Mayday Space along with other youth BIPOC films from 6-8p. Support young filmmakers of color! Hope to see ya'll there.
EVC honors Indigenous People’s Day! In the 1992 documentary “We, The People,” EVC youth producers examined what we are--and aren’t--taught about United States history, and the histories of indigenous peoples. Join us in learning about this history, and watch the full film: https://vimeo.com/209924013
Join us in congratulating Christine L. Mendoza, an EVC alum and board member, who was just named the Executive Director of Urbanworld Film Festival. Here's to a wonderful new chapter!
The former Lincoln Center executive's newly created role includes oversight of the 25-year-old film festival.
Behind the myth of the 'American Dream' is a much more problematic reality. EVC youth producers take a hard look at that reality in the documentary "New Visions." Join EVC on Thursday, 9/30, 6-7pm ET, for a screening of this film, and join us for a community dialogue on the subject. Docs & Dialogue is free! Register for the event with the link in bio!
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