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TWN Media Production Training Program - Workshops and Seminars

TWN has trained hundreds of film and video artists and impacted thousands of community members in the past 38 years through its annual Production Workshop; Spring and Fall Evening Seminars; and Senior, Youth and Community Media workshops. The 2016 Production Workshop is in post production, and you can check out the guidelines for 2017 here. The 2017 Application is available now. Download PDF application and submit by January 31st! And the Fall Evening Seminars started September 15th and continue through December 8th! See the schedule now.

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Winter at TWN

TWN Evening Seminars are coming to a finish for 2016. The TWN Production Workshop Application is available now. We're in shock but still here, supporting progressive, alternative, independent media. For news about our seminars, workshops, internships, screenings, events and more, subscribe to our monthly newsletter by texting "TWN" to 22828, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram .

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H2A and Third World Newsreel's Indie Distribution Label

The Hip-Hop Association (H2A) and TWN partner in H2ONEWSREEL, a distribution label offering the best in Hip-Hop media, education, and culture.

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#Bars4Justice a.k.a. Bars4Justice

Queen Muhammad Ali & Hakeem KhaaliqNation19 Magazine (a Mobile Regime brand)

During the one year anniversary of Mike Brown's death in Ferguson, Missouri, a benefit concert in commemoration of his life was organized by Hip-Hop and civil rights activists including Common, Talib Kweli, Immortal Technique, Renita Lamkin, Cornell West, Rosa Clemente, Jasiri Smith, Bree Newsome, and Rahiel Tesfamariam. The concert was abruptly interrupted when the activists find out that a Black teen had been shot by Ferguson police officers that same night. To address the shooting, the performers gave more than their talent when they come face to face with the justice system in Ferguson, Missouri. Directed By: Queen Muhammad Ali & Hakeem Khaaliq Produced by: Nation19 Magazine (a Mobile Regime brand) Co-Produced by: Ronald Sims Steven Powell Cinematography by: Hakeem Khaaliq Edited by: Hakeem Khaaliq & Queen Muhammad Ali Re-Recording Mixers: Michael A. Muhammad Steve Harrison (Audio Suite) Music Supervision by: Radio Bums more...

Special Collections

Assembled for your classroom and exhibition use, Third World Newsreel's Special Collections groups titles from our library of films and videos around important issues.


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