Happy Labor Day! Take a look at the teaser of our latest doc: Shaw Boyz, which follows the groups of Black & Latinx skaters formed after the creation of DC's very first public skate park.
produced by Joshua Lopez directed & edited by Paul Notice
I remember visibly shaking when I first heard Taylonn Murphy Sr. tell this story. The cruelty and lack of empathy involved in how the officer regarded the boy is exactly the sort of trauma over-policing invites into our neighborhoods.
Harriet. Tubman. Demon. SLAYER. 'Nuff said.
Here's a sneak peek of "No Homo No Hetero," an upcoming documentary shot & edited by our Paul Notice and produced by Glenn Quentin , along Heru Kut & David J. Cork.
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It's about culture, gentrification, friendship, and music with moments of #BlackBoyJoy and wonder. Peep the teaser, and be on the lookout for the full-length doc soon!
A documentary about family, change, and the power of ideas.
A little blast from the past: here's TNB's first web series - all the way from 2014, when we were just starting to get into video production full-scale.
Introducing a dark comedy that buys Shea Butter on the corner, watches "Get Out" at the Magic Johnson theater's 125th st.., and isn't scared to show #BlackBoyJoy when it sees #BlackGirlMagic This is Insecure & Atlanta for the Millennials of NYC. This is #LostBoys
Take a Look back at the first Official Trailer for our very first web series: "You Can't Die Here."
Got to sit in and listen to some absolutely stunning music, while Eco-Music Big Band recorded their first album. Great way to spend a Sunday.
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Obie Award-Winning Actor, Chris Myers, explains why we have to think outside of capitalism, when we're thinking of change.
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When you're trying to have a Woke conversation, but then someone starts talking conspiracies. Behind the scenes outtake with Leah Wolfthal of Ayesh - a non-profit that focuses on conflict resolution.
Finally. It's Here. The First Episode of "You Can't Die Here" is coming this Sunday at 7pm EST! Follow us from the beginning here: facebook.com/YouCan'tDieHere. When a high school student is forced on an errand to Trader Joes, he runs into a stranger who might be able to save his life..
#SwipeItForward returned yesterday in a CITY-WIDE demonstration in #NYC. To help prevent fellow New Yorkers from a night in jail, these activist offered free rides to those in need. But there's an even bigger story at work here.