PARTNERSHIPS FOR SHARED PROSPERITY
An Ethiopian immigrant finds her way in America by accessing education, job opportunities, and housing programs supported in part by the Cambridge Community Foundation. (4 minutes, 2017)
 


CLAUDIA QUINTET AT JAZZMANDU
Master percussionist John Hollenbeck brings his Claudia Quintet to Nepal for the Jazzmandu festival. Come along for the ride on this musical travel doc full of concerts, master classes, local musicians, temples, and street culture. (17 minutes, 2014)


IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF REGINA JONAS
America’s first women rabbis travel to Berlin and Terezin to rescue Regina Jonas, the first woman to be ordained as a Rabbi in modern times, from the oblivion of the Holocaust. (Consulting Producer with Jewish Women’s Archive, 10 minutes, 2014)

THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
A remarkable Polish-American woman grows up in the shadow of World War II, experiences decades of Stalinism and communism, immigrates with five children to America via Nigeria, and becomes an important New York City architect. (80 minutes, 2014)


SPARC! THE ARTMOBILE
Massachusetts College of Art and Design's mobile art studio travels into the community bringing art, design, and fun. (1 minute, 2012)

 


THE WHAMMIES: DUTCH MASTERS
Transatlantic improvising collective The Whammies – including legendary Dutch drummer Han Bennink – play the music of Steve Lacy. Here, "Dutch Masters" performed at MIT's Killian Hall. (6 minutes 2012)

 


NOTATIONS: A COMPOSER'S RESPONSE TO CRISIS
Celebrated pianist Mia Chung explores the creative process behind two of Beethoven's best-loved piano sonatas. This DVD includes beautiful straight-through performances, pianist's commentary, background lectures, and technical demonstrations. (2 hours, 2008)

 
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REVIVIENDO GATEWAY INITIATIVE
Lawrence CommunityWorks and Groundwork Lawrence are mobilizing residents, business owners, and government officials to redevelop the downtown of a formerly great mill city. (12 minutes, 2002)


A POEM IN STONE
Just before it renovated Union Station, the Worcester Redevelopment Authority outlined the history of this elegant train station, its state of disrepair, and plans to restore the original grandeur. (6 minutes, 1997)


ESCAPE OR DIE
Storyteller Ina R. Friedman shares three stories of teenagers who survived the Holocaust: a German boy whose home and family are shattered on Crystal Night; a girl orphaned in Paris; and a Ukrainian boy who fights in the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. (43 minutes, 2001)