Thursday, May 28, 2015
Please join us for DOCU-JAM—which marks its 15th anniversary this year. This year’s documentary showcase will take place both at The Paley Center for Media and at DCTV New York, and features a selection of films that explore issues affecting the lives of young people today. Films are created by teens and entries are reviewed and selected by a panel of Pro-TV students from DCTV who critique and celebrate the work of their peers. A Q&A will follow each screening.
In association with Downtown Community Television New York
RSVP for SCREENINGS
Middle/high school groups and the general public are welcome to this free screening:
10:30 am at The Paley Center for Media (25 W 52nd Street, New York City)
FYI, the 5:30 pm screening at DCTV New York has been canceled.
Screenings are FREE, but reservations are recommended.
For more information and to reserve seats, please contact: Bekah at the Paley Center:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 212.621.6663
Other Events in the Series
- Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
- An Evening with the Cast of Veep
- An Evening with Person of Interest
- An Evening with the Cast and Creators of Madam Secretary
- Parts Unknown and Beyond: A Conversation with Anthony Bourdain
- Fact Meets Fiction: A Conversation between Alex Gibney and Beau Willimon
- #TGIT at Paley NY: The Cast of Scandal
- Fire and Ice: A Conversation with Conan O’Brien and Anderson Cooper
- Screenings: Frank Sinatra Rarities from the Paley Archive
- It Was a Very Good Life: A Paley Centennial Salute to Frank Sinatra on Television
- Screenings: More Frank Sinatra Rarities from the Paley Archive