Monthly Archives: November 2016

How do Music Videos Change the World? Here’s One: Anti-Bullying

In this Anti-Street Harassment (Bullying) PSA, Director Katherine Filaseta created a music video inspired by Bollywood that depicts a woman walking down the street. This short public service announcement makes a statement about street harassment in New York City through … Continue reading

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How do Music Videos Change the World? Here’s One: Tackling Bipolar

Chart Topping singles on U.S. Billboard and Top 100 on U.K. Music Week, Siberian-born American singer-songwriter Liza Fox’s I Am Not I is the true epic of her struggle against battling her bipolar disorder. Filmed in the Ukraine, the story … Continue reading

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How do Music Videos Change the World? Here’s One: Love and iPhones

Perfectly timed for our troubled world, You Are Loved, written by Oscar Winner Ernest Thompson, translates its irrepressible spirit into an international chorus of defiant joy and hope and love. Not only does it push boundaries through words, but the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Cultural Diversity at New Media Film Festival

Over the past few weeks we’ve been looking at several films and web series that help bridge the cultural divide and grow awareness about different ways people live all over the world. These fantastic stories showcased ways people survive and … Continue reading

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Cultural Diversity in New Media: At the End of the Line

We’re ending our series looking at cultural diversity in new media and spotlighting some of our favorites the 7th Annual New Media Film Festival with a music video on sacrifices made in Nazi Germany. “At The End Of The Line” … Continue reading

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