6/25/2013 MTM Update

Dear Friends and Supporters of MTM, We wanted to share with you the following update about the Media That Matters Film Festival…

Thank You for Submitting to the Thirteenth Annual Media That Matters Film Festival

Dear MTM Friends, We wanted to extend a BIG thank you to all of you who submitted your work to, and helped…

MTM Film ‘Lady Razorbacks’ Featured in Center for Asian American Media Broadcast With OVEE TV

May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. In celebration, the Center for Asian American Media hosted an online screening of Asian-American short films…

5/9 Reel Lives Cocktail and Youth Media Event

You’re invited! Join our parent organization Reel Lives for a night of cocktails, live jazz, and youth media in support of the…

MTM Film ‘Walking Home’ and Director Nuala Cabral Featured on HuffPost Live Segment

In recognition of International Anti-Street Harassment Week, HuffPost Live aired a segment (April 9), “Hollering Isn’t Harmless,” highlighting efforts to combat street…

4/5 Scribe Video Center & PNC Arts Alive Present ‘Street Movies!’ Featuring Media That Matters Film

Media That Matters is proud to be a part of Scribe Video Center‘s “Street Movies! Presented by PNC Arts Alive: Transformation and…

4/18 Reel Lives Screening at the American Folk Art Museum

In collaboration with our parent organization Reel Lives, the American Folk Art Museum is hosting a special screening of three immigration-themed documentaries…



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