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The 7th Annual Concrete Stories: BRIC Youth Media Festival, Virtual Edition

A virtual Youth Media Festival showcasing entertaining, eclectic, inspiring, and courageous works by NYC-affiliated youth media makers under the age of 21. Supported by AT&T.

Date

THU, MAY 28, 2020 | 6-8PM
ZOOM & YOUTUBE

 

The 7th Annual Concrete Stories:
BRIC Youth Media Festival, Virtual Edition

Concrete Stories: BRIC Youth Media Festival is planned, promoted, designed, and judged entirely by media-savvy Brooklyn high school students as part of the BRIC Youth Media Fellowship Program.

This year's festival will be our first virtual edition, to be held on Zoom and streamed on YouTube Live. RSVP on Eventbrite for Zoom information. 
 


Concrete Stories aims to promote conversations around the power and potential of young people by showcasing authentic, entertaining, eclectic, inspiring, and courageous works by NYC-affiliated youth media makers under the age of 21. This special red carpet event features the screening of a collection of short docs, fiction film, music videos, and animation created by highly competitive and talented creators. Awards are given for directing, storytelling, cinematography, and editing.

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