SHORT TAKES ON HEALTH & JUSTICE SCREENING
Friday, March 7th, 2014
Doors Open @ 6:30 PM Film Program Begins at 7:00PM
CUNY School of Public Health
2180 third Avenue at 119th Street, Room 201
(entrance on 3rd Ave)
Event is free; open to the public, but please RSVP at:
Short documentaries produced by students from CUNY School of Public Health, and the Department of Film and Media Studies – Integrated Media Arts IMA/MFA Program explore the role of the state, of stigma, and of commercial interests in shaping health.
Whether the issue is war-time exposure to deadly chemicals, a neighborhood’s food infrastructure, or the lasting devastation of a super-storm, the filmmaker’s highlight the role of the community in (re)claiming health and demanding justice.
Teofilia Acheampong, Karen Binger, Liz Clarey, Makia Harper, Uki Lau, Kayoko Nakamura, Christopher Nostrand, Phung Tran Khamphounvong, Dawn Jacob, Diana Quinones Rivera, Samantha Riddell, Bryan Mark Urbsaitis, Jim Wang, Claudia Zamora