Video Journalism: How Documentaries Raise Awareness And Create Change

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Indie Memphis says
Shoot & Splice
Tuesday, Jan. 5th, 2016
430 N. Cleveland
Memphis, Tennessee 38104

DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM
PANEL DISCUSSION BEGINS AT 7:00 PM

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Thanks to support by ArtsFirst: First Tennessee Foundation and ArtsMemphis

VIDEO JOURNALISM: HOW DOCUMENTARIES RAISE AWARENESS AND CREATE CHANGE
For the first SHOOT & SPLICE of 2016, join our panelists Noah Glenn, Mark Hackett and Andrea Morales to discuss, debate and analyze the use of documentary film to convey organizational messages, video journalism, the difference between the two and how to effectively and ethically craft both.

Noah Glenn is the Creative Director and Video Artist for CITY LEADERSHIP. In his role at CITY LEADERSHIP, Noah is responsible for producing, shooting & editing the very popular CHOOSE 901 videos. The CHOOSE 901 documentaries highlight interesting people, organizations and events and are used to further CITY LEADERSHIP’s larger goal of attracting and retaining talent in Memphis.

Mark Hackett is the Executive Director of OPERATION BROKEN SILENCE, a non-profit that focuses on the human rights catastrophe in Sudan. As part of its mission, OPERATION BROKEN SILENCE uses short documentaries and videos to highlight the serious issues that people in Sudan are facing.

Andrea Morales is a Memphis based documentary and editorial photojournalist. Andrea’s work has been seen in The New York Times, Time Magazine and The Guardian.
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