This youth-produced documentary on the epidemic of gun violence in Chicago is one of CTVN’s broadest and longest-running projects ever. Trailer: Final Project: Be sure to follow and like us!
Nick and Brandon have lived in Logan Square their whole lives. While they understand there are some negitive issues, they feel a great sense of pride in their diverse and excting neighborhood. In this video, they examine how their neighborhood has changed and how it’s represented in the media. Be sure Read more…
Current, real thoughts and issues within education. This video is a good example of a student response to the issue, in the form of a student giving a speech on education in Springfield, Illinois. Be sure to follow and like us!
This documentary examines animal abuse issues and advocates for better treatment of all animals. Be sure to follow and like us!
CTVN’s spring apprentices produced this documentary about youth homelessness and Chicago and one organization that is devoting to helping young people in need of some help. S/O to Teen Living Programs and Belfort House. Be sure to follow and like us!
Explaining the problems of teen bullying. This film talks to bullies and perpetrators of bullying, and explains the three main types of bullying. Be sure to follow and like us!
CTVN interns investigate the impact of stigma on the lives of young people affected by mental illness. Be sure to follow and like us!
In the vein of the classic documentary Hoop Dreams, this movie describes the role of basketball within the Sullivan House community, the players, the students and fans. Be sure to follow and like us!