In order to see if there’s any rhyme or reason to people getting cancelled, I researched and compared three situations that seemed to have nothing in common.
By Luke Thomas “The Sounds of Bart” is a soundscape recorded, edited, and produced by Luke Thomas. Through a combination of field recordings, music, and sound design, Luke takes listeners on a sonic journey through […]
The MacleayCast is an ongoing series, that opens up about topics that have made my family who they are. Enjoy the first episode, coming from YR Raw, that delves into the harsh history of my family.
By Ikeoluwa Oladoja Ikeoluwa is a 21st century black girl who tells a story of three 21st century black girls who are close to her. Ikeoluwa captures what defines this women from their origin down […]
Documentary by Onessa Sharufa “In this project, I wanted to understand more about my families’ involvement with the Black Panther Party. Though I have more family members that were in the Black Panther Party, I […]
By Tuesday Bakker
by Jalen Black My film is called inspiration to inspire other that they could do anything that they want and make their dreams come true. The message in this video is that success is not […]
In 2009, professionals predicted the death of Independent “Indie” Bookstores across the nation. The rise in superstores and big-book chains foretold the eventual demise of such unconventional small-businesses. Yet, the outcomes were not all that was expected. In the past 12 years, Indie Bookstores across the nation have bounced back – even during the tumultuous pandemic era.
For a few years there’s been talk of Google opening a campus in San Jose — right in the neighborhood of my family’s business of wholesale produce and groceries. Google has over seventy offices in about fifty countries, and in the past, these campuses weren’t always met with the warmest of welcomes.
Join us on June 4th for a virtual film festival!