1. by Trevon Vergara & Teiara Afful
    Xposure Foundation Inc, After School Institute at MS 313
    "I work hard! I get paid! I put my money in the bank so I can save!" is what young CLUB X rapper Trevon Vergara spits while backed by the soulful vocals of Teiara Afful. This video was shot in Brooklyn and features two of Brooklyn’s finest dropping science about financial responsibility.

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  2. By Jesse Cortez
    DCTV
    Home video footage of his past introduces us to Jesse, a budding filmmaker. His artistic family heavily influenced his direction and aspirations. After working on films for years with DCTV, Jesse asks himself if he is ready to start over again as he graduates high school and looks towards the future.
    (6 min)

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  3. BCAM TV & BRIC
    Dwight Dawkins, Jordan Foy, Minajay Fuller, Elijah Garrett, Danika Graves, Danitra Mack, As-Samad Howland, Ashley Norman, Sayquan Prescott, Ashley Rose, Kayla Sanderson, Patrick Cross, Demetrius Bell, Ananda Benjamin, Nathaniel Benjamin, Magic Goodwin, Essence Moore, Trejour Lewis, Tyanna Marquez, Jeremy Rumnit
    Have you ever fronted? Of course not. Neither have we. We didn't even know what “Fronting” was until we made this completely real documentary. None of this stuff is staged, by the way, not even the funny parts. Seriously.

    # vimeo.com/129262431 Uploaded 102 Plays 0 Comments
  4. Gabriel Mejia 
    DCTV
    “Mute” is a teenager who has struggled to communicate his feelings to society, his parents, and even his friends. He eventually finds a way to express himself through his street art. “Mute” is a film intended to inspire teenagers with similar issues, showing them that there is an exit through the arts.

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  5. Mie Abouelkheir
    Reel Works
    To be from two distinct places means feeling connected to and, at times, disconnected from both. As I explore my cultural identity, my definition of home begins to change. I begin to appreciate the times I've spent in Egypt and America. To be able to connect with other children of immigrants helps me redefine my idea of what home is.

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Concrete Stories 2015

BRIC Education PRO

Brooklyn Youth Media Festival: Concrete Stories is a showcase of media produced by Brooklyn affiliated youth under the age of 21, celebrating Brooklyn’s talented young media makers who are telling stories through short films and animations. Concrete Stories…


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Brooklyn Youth Media Festival: Concrete Stories is a showcase of media produced by Brooklyn affiliated youth under the age of 21, celebrating Brooklyn’s talented young media makers who are telling stories through short films and animations. Concrete Stories is produced and curated by a group of media-savvy local high school students as part of the BRIC Youth Media Education Internship Program.

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