How to Be a Man wins Best Documentary award

Youth Documentary Wins Award for Commentary on Sexism

We’re excited that CTVN’s documentary “How To Be a Man” won the Best Documentary Short award at Our Voices Film Festival in Vancouver, Canada! Congrats to the whole team involved in making #HowToBeaMan: Elsa Cristina Concepcion Jocelyn Hernandez #MarvinaJohnson #SeionBrown #ViHaden.  Special thanks to CTVN instructor Bill Sacco and film festival coordinator Jonathan Read more…

Summer Break

This youth produced short film is a coming of age story about a girl transitioning into high-school. (Featuring Original Music by PIZ) Be sure to follow and like us!

A Love Alike

A young couple whose stereotype bending partnership is threatened by their friends insistence on traditional gender roles. Be sure to follow and like us!

Focus

A group of students overcomes a range of different adversities, such as the death of a friend, alcoholism, peer pressure, and controlling partners to come back to school after dropping out. Good stuff. Be sure to follow and like us!

South Side Story

2 brothers that choose different paths in life .The older brother chooses the streets but makes sure that his younger brother stays in school and becomes successful. Be sure to follow and like us!

And I’m Thinking

When a boy meets a girl and a spark or two flies, his imagination runs a little to far into the future. Influenced by stereotypes, his ignorance costs him a shot at a good relationship. Be sure to follow and like us!

Media Craze

This new comedy tells the story of two young women who follow the empty advice of a magazine article, all to get a boy’s attention. While they end up looking a fool, their friend avoids the same mistakes by listening to a different voice: her own. She’s an individual girl Read more…

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