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“There is no media middle ground out there for me and my mother that can help us navigate and fuse our differences. We have to make that media on our own.”

“When I told my father I wanted to be a filmmaker, he asked me to name one Puerto Rican filmmaker and I couldn't do it."

"Being part of an international team collaborating to tell a story gave me more of an educational opportunity than I’d ever experienced before. This trip changed me."

“When I had little more than a dream and an uncertain future, DCTV put a camera in my hand, taught me real skills, and cemented a love for film in my heart.”

Fri, 10/21/2016 - 2:00pm

PRO-TV alum screen films about their experiences on the Peace Boat's 88th Global Voyage.

We’ve been back from Russia for a short time now and as I reflect back on the trip, I ponder about the life-changing journey our youth filmmakers from the Truth From Youth project experienced during this cultural exchange.

We have only been on the road for two days but already I see a maturation in the five American youth producers and know
they will be transformed by this experience and it will enhance their lives forever.

Thu, 07/07/2016 - 6:30pm

Join us as we present a series of youth-produced original films that explore social and cultural experiences faced by American and Russian youth.

The Truth From Youth project was developed to enhance international collaboration skills and cultural awareness of youth reporters in Russia and the US through creation of video reports on youth-related issues in both countries.

Major kudos to former PRO-TV student Jamal Hodge whose film, The Kind Ones, was accepted into the Cannes Film Festival’s Short Film Corner!