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Talks @ Pulitzer: Not Your Mama's Drama–A Philadelphia Story

Event Date:

November 7, 2014 | 5:30 PM EST TO 7:30 PM EST
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How does our appearance define us? How does the media define us? How do words define us? These are some of the issues explored in this short documentary produced by five young women participating in the Pulitzer Center/Scribe Video Center workshop this past summer in Philadelphia.

Join the filmmakers Folake Ayiloge, Olivia Haynes, Kemi Jackson, Imani Ross and Jasmine Tarver, as well as photographer/mentor Dominic Bracco II for a screening of the film and discussion of the process. Louis Massiah, founder and director of Scribe Video Center will also join the conversation, moderated by Nathalie Applewhite from the Pulitzer Center.

Please reserve your seat today: [email protected]—specify in subject line: "November 7 Talks @ Pulitzer"

Friday, November 7
5:30-7:00 pm
Pulitzer Center
1779 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 615

Washington, DC 20036

Closest Metro: Dupont Circle

A light reception will be held between 5:30 and 6 pm before the screening/discussion begins.

Founded in 1982, Scribe Video Center is a media arts center in Philadelphia that provides skills in digital media making to young people and adults. Scribe also works extensively with training community groups in media production.

Learn more about the film and filmmakers.


Three women grouped together: an elderly woman smiling, a transwoman with her arms folded, and a woman holding her headscarf with a baby strapped to her back.


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