Boston-based artist Karen Moss explores social, historical and environmental issues through a variety of media including drawings, paintings and collage.
During this surreal moment in history, every day comes with a new emotion and a new narrative. If my job as an artist is to reflect the world in real time, it seems only fitting to “sketch” days as they come and go. My VIDEO SKETCHBOOK is a diary of four months in quarantine, filtered through my imagination via original footage and animations, archival footage, and stock images. In each entry, I hold moments in my hand and examine them before they shape-shift and flutter away.
2020 Online New England Film Festival | Arlington International Film Festival | Boston Latino International Film Festival | New Haven International Film Festival | Documentary | Maine | Massachusetts | Watch Online Now |
“Back of the House” is a short documentary film about the vital and undervalued role immigrants play in the restaurant industry. The film explores the strength of five Hispanic immigrants and tells their stories coming to and working in the United States. In addition to the personal narratives, three leaders in immigration law and policy: Susan Church, Vincent Rougeau, and Brian Lang bring a unique perspective on how immigration has affected them.
Ay Middle School Filmmakers: Yeilin, Jaylyn, Turner, Taylor, Alex, Zack, Bryan, Bradley, Brooklyn, Emily, Michael exploring narrative, form and animation.
In 1973 due to the enactment of Title IX, college women all over the United States jumped at the chance to finally be able to establish Varsity Women’s sports teams.
A South Boston locksmith has existed for a century. Small shops like hers used to line the neighborhood; now, it’s among the last.
Who says that being 90 should stop you from dancing? Our short film, Disco Boomers follows Norman and Gerri as they get their boogie on and keep the romance hot!