The Community-Based Media Initiative at GSU presents
a showcase of six short documentaries produced in collaboration with vibrant Atlanta community voices
This benefit screening includes a raffle of enticing door prizes with proceeds benefiting
STAND UP FOR KIDS, a nationally recognized group that advocates for homeless and street kids.
Georgia State University’s Community-Based Media Initiative produces short documentaries with and about Atlanta communities. Moving off the beaten path, these shorts range from hard-hitting to moving, and open up dialogue and awareness of the diversity of the city. Among the subjects explored in these videos:
- One Performer. $250,000 raised for HIV charity. See how the "lips, hips, and saggy tits" of Mary Edith Pitts are transforming the gay Atlanta Community.
- 13 kids die on the street everyday and Atlanta is not immune from this tragedy. Stand Up for Kids hits the street to make a difference!
- Witness activists combat the epidemic of child sex trafficking in Atlanta, and their heroic impact on this modern day slavery.
- Two men, playing the same sport, in the same city, at the same time, but their paths will never cross. Is Soccer truly a Universal Language?
- Ashneel lives his life with the ideas of parkour to guide him - the most efficient way to get from point A to point B, in movement and life - Parkour!
- The sassy girls of Sequoya participate in an after school program that enables them to express themselves through theatrical performance.
Also On This Day:
art Regular Gallery Hours
1:00PM - 6:00PM Price: FREE
ExLucis photography show in the main gallery, Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery, and a Visual Poetry show in the small gallery.