The UCSB Current has featured our upcoming virtual discussion of the new documentary, Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. Featuring co-directors and producers Jim Lebrecht and Nicole Newnham, and co-sponsored by the UCSB Library, the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, the UCSB Disabled Students Program, the UCSB Disability Studies Initiative and UCSB Graduate Division, this event marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
“Crip Camp” Virtual Discussion Featured in the UCSB Current
The Santa Barbara Independent recently featured our fall-winter 2020-21 virtual screening series, Subversives!
Subversives featured in the Santa Barbara Independent
The kickoff event for our Fall-Winter 2020-2021 feature series, Subversives, has been featured in the UCSB Current. The event focuses on Boots Riley's surreal sendup of US racial capitalism, Sorry to Bother You. The Current spoke with UCSB Film & Media PhD candidate Miguel Penabella, who will sit down with Riley on October 13 for a virtual discussion of this daring and brazen work of political satire.
“Sorry to Bother You” Q&A Featured in UCSB Current
Preston Maag, an alum of the CWC-supported environmental documentary program GreenScreen, has been featured in the UCSB Current. Preston's GreenScreen film, 10 Miles Out, will run online October 9–18, 2020 as part of the NatureTrack Film Festival. Congratulations to Preston and the whole 10 Miles Out crew.