Carmen Rodriguez tells the do-or-die story of creating her family business, Brooklyn Cupcake. This short doc, produced for S&P Global, highlights their mission to empower women entrepreneurs.
AVA Digital Platinum Award Winner
This Okayplayer short doc tells the story of how 25 years after Phife and Q-Tip famously kicked routines on the Boulevard of Linden, the A Tribe Called Quest mural grows in Queens to commemorate the group’s impact on a city and nation.
Philly hip hop legend Schoolly D collaborates with renowned
New York artist Pablo Power on an art exhibit at Okay Space.
Short documentary which tells the origin story of legendary DJ and re-edit pioneer Danny Krivit as he prepares to play Mobile Mondays!, New York's premiere all-45s DJ showcase.
Short documentary about artist Michelle Lopez and her public art piece called One Rivet for Art Basel Miami Beach.
Short documentary telling the story of influential NYC-based disco label Salsoul Records just prior to a reunion concert featuring label founder Joe Bataan.
These three short documentaries tell the stories of Roscoe Jones, Mark Levy, and Herbert Randall and how they lived through “Freedom Summer” 50 years ago in Mississippi. The films were produced to support “Freedom Summer” the full-length documentary for PBS American Experience.
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Episode of PBS web series, What I Hear When You Say, exploring sexuality, gender fluidity, and the language used to describe LGBTQA communities.
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