About this event
Do you want your film to spark real change after the credits roll? On May 13th, meet the team behind the much buzzed about, Oscar-nominated Netflix documentary, Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, who not only crafted a vibrant and nuanced film, but are using it as a tool for catalyzing conversation and creating meaningful social impact. BAVC Media is honored to co-host this virtual event with Crip Camp and People’s Video Theater, providing a unique opportunity to learn directly from the insights of the Crip Camp Impact campaign to ignite inspiration about how you too can center impact from the very beginning as you develop future projects.
Media Activism: Creating Impact After The Credits Roll
Presented by BAVC Media, The People’s Video Theater, and Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
*Live Q&A will follow the discussion*
Thursday, May 13th
***ASL interpretation and captioning will be provided.
RSVP required – FREE to attend
[ID: Event graphic is green on one side with a scanned film photo taken at Camp Jened presumably in 1971 in which 4 masculine-presenting young folks are looking casually at the camera, wearing summer clothes, and smiling. Two are sitting in wheelchairs and two are standing behind (wearing glasses). The Catskill forests are in the far background. On the other side of the graphic, blue text on cream reads “Media Activism Creating Impact After the Credits Roll; Thursday, May 13th at 5pm PDT, Streaming on Vimeo, RSVP Required, FREE to attend; Co-presented by: Crip Camp Impact Campaign, People’s Video Theater, Bay Area Video Coalition”]