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10/25: You’re Invited to the MEDIA THAT MATTERS 12 World Premiere
Arts Engine and Reel Lives kick off MEDIA THAT MATTERS 12 with a world premiere, hosted by the Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV). This exciting new slate of MEDIA THAT MATTERS films will screen at the historic media arts center in Chinatown on Thursday, October 25, 2012 for a $6 suggested donation, with students and youth FREE; no one will be turned away, and all proceeds will go to DCTV in celebration of its 40th anniversary. Local filmmakers and youth producers from around the city will be attendance. Join us for this very special event and find out about more MEDIA THAT MATTERS screenings, workshops and events throughout the year.
What: 12th Annual Media That Matters Showcase Premiere (open to the public)
When: Thursday, October 25, 2012, doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $6.00 suggested donation | students & youth FREE
Where: DCTV | 87 Lafayette Street, New York, NY | dctvny.org
About Media That Matters
Founded by Arts Engine, Media That Matters is the premiere showcase for short films on the most important topics of the day. Locally and globally, online and in communities around the world, this critical media collection engages diverse audiences and inspires them to take action. For more information, please visit www.mediathatmattersfest.org.
About Arts Engine
Arts Engine, Inc., was a nonprofit organization that supported, produced, and distributed independent media of consequence and promoted its use by advocates, educators and the general public. After over a decade as a trusted source of media that matters, Arts Engine officially ceased operations in September 2012. For official statements or media inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
About Reel Lives
Reel Lives is a 501(c)3 using media to support education, empowerment and social change. Their approach consists of an integrated set of programming that achieves both depth and breadth of service via Core, Graduate and International Programs, Media That Matters Collection and Curricula Development. For more information, please visit www.reel-lives.org.
Published on October 11, 2012