THE CMP PODCAST: "GUINEA PIONEERS"

Welcome to CMP's podcast series featuring interviews with filmmakers and other leaders in the documentary film world forging their own paths -- our Guinea Pioneers!

 
 

GUINEA PIONEERS, EP. 2 - in 2 parts

Episode 2 showcases a 2-part discussion between artists/musicians/activists Damon Locks and Damon Davis.

Listen in on this intimate conversation between two incredible artists who believe in the power of art and creative expression to move people and make change in the world.

Check out the links below as you listen to see some of the work they refer to, and some of the music they play as "food for thought" and fodder for the conversation!

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GUINEA PIONEERS, EP. 1

Episode 1 showcases Marty Syjuco and Michael Collins, Producer and Director of the documentaries "Almost Sunrise" and "Give Up Tomorrow," discussing the two films and two impact campaigns they've embarked on together. Learn what impact really means to them -- and find out why we came up with the name of the podcast!


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LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FILM ALMOST SUNRISE

View the trailer for Marty + Michael's beautiful documentary ALMOST SUNRISE, followed by excerpts of our Q+A after the CMP-hosted screening on September 8th, 2016 at the Chicago Cultural Center.

LISTEN IN ON PANEL DISCUSSION WITH VETERANS' ORGANIZATIONS:

CMP panel hosted by TCS Education Systems, with:

  • Dr. Walidah Bennet, Founder and Co-Lead, Multi-Faith Veterans Support Initiative
  • Dr. Michael Horowitz, President, TCS Education System
  • Charles Meyer, Creator and Executive Director, Veterans Coming Home
  • Mary Morgan, Director, Elks National Veterans Service Commission
  • Dr. Eric Proescher, Outreach Psychologist, Jesse Brown VA Medical Center
  • Jennifer Reddy, Associate Director and Veterans Services Coordinator, Center for Continuing Education at Le Moyne College
  • Leslye Moore, National Director, Project Welcome Home Troops