This year’s series of dispatches from the front lines of nonfiction cinema features intimate portraits of artists, depictions of the quest for political and social justice, and much more.
The New York Latino Film Festival is the premier Urban Latino film event in the country. It started in 1999
Anyone who is Asian can totally relate to this movie – Vanette Colmenares
Edited by Gregg W. Morris The seventh edition of thise highly anticipated annual program delves into innovative modes of storytelling via interactive experiences, featuring Virtual Reality, Immersive Cinema, AI and more. “By expanding our virtual reality programming for 2018. it’s…
Despite being frequently overlooked in film history, Germaine Dulac’s bold experimentation helped legitimize cinema as an art form that would be on the same footing as painting, dance, theater, and music.
Projections features 36 short and feature films, with four world premieres, nine North American premieres, and 14 U.S. premieres.
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Everything online journalists need to protect their legal rights. This free resource culls from all Reporters Committee resources and includes exclusive content on digital media law issues.
Reporters Committee reminds journalists of legal assistance hotline ahead of demonstrations in Charlottesville and D.C.
August 8, 2018
UPDATE (Aug. 8, 2018): This post has been update to include information provided by the City of Charlottesville and the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia (MPD) related to media operations and briefing areas, prohibited items, and contact information for press inquiries and in the event of an arrest or other incident.
Ahead of planned demonstrations marking the one-year anniversary of the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville that turned violent, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press reminds journalists that our Legal Defense Hotline is available seven days a week for journalists who need legal support.
The results of Freedom of Information Law requests filed in court by the New York Civil Liberties Union to find information on 23 police departments and their their policies on high-stakes interactions like uses of force, data on whom they stop and why, and how they train their officers. Over 15,600 pages of documents, many of which the public has never seen, to piece together a comprehensive understanding of what rules govern police actions.
Although his news column was started to focus on diversity issues in the news media, the breadth of the reportage rivals CNN’s Reliable Sources about the news media in general.