CHANGING FACE OF HARLEM is one-hour documentary is about the current revitalization of Harlem told from the perspective of residents and small business owners. The film was shot between the years of 2000-2010 and includes topics of gentrification, African-American history, race, community building, affordable housing, urbanization, and socioeconomics. The film was released to the public in 2014 and has been screened in film festivals, community screenings, churches, museums, and several conferences. Last year the film was chosen as a part of NCORE, National Conference on Race & Ethnicity held in Washington D.C. as well as programmed at The Allied Media Conference held in Detroit. I was recently invited to show my film at The Urban Affairs Association conference in San Diego.
The film is distributed by Third World Newsreel. They can reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Director, CHANGING FACE OF HARLEM