1. MoMI Teens:

    Interviews: Pavneet Saini, Olivia Rosa

    Camera: Noah Harvey, Nusaiba Ramisa

    Sound: Alfredo Gomez, Essence Robinson

    Production: Monira Ammy, Andy Chauca, Olivia Rosa, Yasmine Chim, Sonnel Hill, Stephy Billz, Victoria Gaffoor, Erianny Peña

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  2. During the 2018 edition of this program students learn how to make stop motion animation relevant to issues in the everyday life and world issues by using the UN Rights of the Child as a theme. Under this premise students learn how to use diverse stop motion techniques as a medium to tell stories in the most effective way getting across the themes that they are learning about.

    Instructor: Pablo Herrera
    Educator: Gabriella Miyares
    Students: Abel Perez, Carter Dumas, Esavier Saunders, Isaias Batista, Jalen Arzu, Kenny Savedras, Keyla Villacis, Kimora Mann, Leeaysa James, Nazaevia Dantzler, Sanyelis Reyes and Shiloh Amador
    Special Thanks to: Dionne Jaggon, Claudia Esteva, Desiree Lewis and Eugene Wiley
    Videography: Pablo Herrera
    Music: Fatou Mar, Magik Studio and Cometa

    Museum of the Moving Image, New York 2018.

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  3. During the 2018 edition of this program students learn how to make stop motion animation relevant to issues in the everyday life and world issues by using the UN Rights of the Child as a theme. Under this premise students learn how to use diverse stop motion techniques as a medium to tell stories in the most effective way getting across the themes that they are learning about.

    Instructor: Pablo Herrera
    Educator: Brenda Salazar
    Students: Alex Banegas, Alexis De Jesus, Carnucci JnMichel, Charlenson Noel, David Creary, Doodlee P. Luis, Elbert Blemur, Harold Church, Joanna Jean, Kerventz Joseph, Ketura Candio, Krishoun Lovelace, Mikyle Oporto, Neama Romelus,Phillip Sanders, Poutchaina Vilsaint, Ronald Arriola and Tyquan Christie
    Special Thanks to: Marie Granthe
    Videography: Pablo Herrera
    Music: Fatou Mar, Magik Studio and Cometa

    Museum of the Moving Image, New York 2018.

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  4. During the 2018 edition of this program students learn how to make stop motion animation relevant to issues in the everyday life and world issues by using the UN Rights of the Child as a theme. Under this premise students learn how to use diverse stop motion techniques as a medium to tell stories in the most effective way getting across the themes that they are learning about.

    Instructor: Pablo Herrera
    Educator: Gabriella Miyares
    Students: Abel Perez, Carter Dumas, Esavier Saunders, Isaias Batista, Jalen Arzu, Kenny Savedras, Keyla Villacis, Kimora Mann, Leeaysa James, Nazaevia Dantzler, Sanyelis Reyes and Shiloh Amador
    Special Thanks to: Dionne Jaggon, Claudia Esteva, Desiree Lewis and Eugene Wiley
    Videography: Pablo Herrera
    Music: Fatou Mar, Magik Studio and Cometa

    Museum of the Moving Image, New York 2018.

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  5. During this Summer Media Camp at the Museum of the Moving Image New York City, campers experiment the craft of the documentary filmmaking by discussing, exploring and representing the concepts of origin, cultural identity and diversity. Under this premise kids learn how to use diverse documentary techniques as a medium to tell stories in the most effective way getting across the themes that they are learning about.

    Instructor: Pablo Herrera
    Educator: Leonardo Santana
    Video Editing: Pablo Herrera
    Music: Belle & Sebastian

    Museum of the Moving Image, New York 2018.

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