The UCLA Center for EthnoCommunications was founded in 1996 to promote the documentation, preservation, and creative expression of diverse ethnic experiences through the use of emerging media and communications technologies. EthnoCommunications programs are innovative collaborations among media artists, students, scholars and communitiesy that advance new approaches to analysis, argumentengagement, and representation of underrepresented marginalized cultures, peoples and histories.
The Center for EthnoCommunications is comprised of three main components: the academic program, film and digital media productions, and campus to community engagement. Courses in beginning, intermediate, and advanced EthnoCommunications methodologies and documentary filmmaking are offered annually to UCLA undergraduate and graduate students. at UCLA. The EthnoCommunications staff/teamstaff also has produces produced educational documentaries, includingsuch as [CAN WE USE PREVIOUS ETHNO FILMS LIKE PILGRIMAGE?]A Song for Ourselves and the forthcoming film No Mas Bebés Por VidaHeart Mountain 3.0. EthnoCommunications seeks to bridge campus and community through presenting work in academic settings, as well as bringing the work out into the community at screenings, events, and film festivals.
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