BPA Media Instructor Laura Deutch co-produced the documentary “El Sol Sale Para Todos” which chronicles the growth of the Mexican community in South Philly. Deutch’s film premiered in May on MiND TV as a Philadelphia Stories 8 Winner and on Tuesday, July 5 screened at L’Etage as part of the PIFVA Cinema Speakeasy series. Following the film was a brief Q&A with the filmmakers as well as a dialogue period for the audience to discuss their own experiences in relation to the film’s topic.
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Congratulations to BPA Media-Instructors Laura Deutch and Nsenga Knight who were both featured in the latest Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Assocation’s e-Bulletin.
Knight was one out of elven recipients for the Spring 2011 PIFVA Finishing Fund while Deutch co-produced “El Sol Sale Para Todos”, a documentary chronicaling the growth of the Mexican community in South Philly. Deutch’s film also premiered in May on MiND TV as one of the Philadelphia Stories 8 selections.
Big Picture Alliance introduces a new after-school program at the Alcorn James School. BPA media-instructor Laura Deutch will run the program in collaboration with Alcorn music teacher Morgan Stewart. The program will host 10 students who will make short video pieces accompanied by their own musical performances. Some of the final films will be highlighted at the Prince Music Theatre on Wednesday, June 8 (details to follow).
April 26, 2011 -
The outdoor installation of HowPhillyMoves is now underway with seven of the 26 dancing-models already displayed along the parking garage of the Philadelphia International Airport. The city took a moment to celebrate this initial phase with a press conference involving the Mural Arts staff, Mayor Nutter, and three of the dancers whose gorgeous images are already displayed along the garage.
Big Picture Alliance continues to capture the incredible excitement that is bubbling around HowPhillyMoves by documenting each integral piece of the project to contribute to our documentary, GATEWAY: The HowPhillyMoves Story. Today GATEWAY Director Chris Ambolino, GATEWAY Camera Operator Jeremy Ginsberg and our very own Teaching-Artists Laura Deutch and Steve Smith were on location to capture footage of the conference. Check out our Facebook page for more images from this fun day!
Successful BPA media program at Puerto Rican Unity for Progress
Involving women from age 19-65+
BPA instructor Laura Deutch ran a successful media program for women at Puerto Rican Unity for Progress. The program was funded by Susan Komen for the Cure, bringing these women together to learn about early detection and screenings of breast cancer while also allowing them to communicate with survivors. The women at Puerto Rican Unity for Progress wrote, created, and produced PSA’s about the importance of early detection and screenings.
Special thanks goes out to the Executive Director of Puerto Rican Unity for progress, Carmen Perez, and their Director of Programs, Damaris Andujar.
Congrats to all the women at Puerto Rican Unity for Progress from creating amazing PSA’s on breast cancer awareness!