This project highlights two cousins and how they love to dance. On a street that is notorious for its violent crimes these two members are able to find something else to do that keeps them out of the dirt that surrounds them.
“Who Do You Think You Are? The Story of Gray Greg” is a stop motion animation film and tells the story of young gray crayon, Gray Greg. Greg faces stereotyping and identity issues at school because of his differences, but later comes to terms with who he is.
This film uses first hand experiences by Everett Middle School students to explain the effects sexual harassment can have on girls and boys alike. Following these stories are tips that one can use to protect themselves from future situations where they might feel sexually…
In "Manhood 5K" filmmaker Isaiah Miles embarks on a personal exploration of the qualities a young man needs to develop in order to become a "real" man. A member of the school track team, Isaiah uses a race as a metaphor for his transition into manhood.