“It felt really good to screen our work. This documentary shed light on issues that deeply affect not only the Chinatown community, but teens around the city.”

“I had a hard time accepting myself, learning to be open and meeting new people, mainly guys, because of my sexuality. Young Men of Color brought me out of my shell and taught me to communicate my feelings and express myself through art.”

Fri, 07/28/2017 - 6:00pm

DCTV's youth filmmakers translate the anxieties and the fears facing young adults today into their own original films calling for change.

“PRO-TV is a place where everyone belongs. It’s your home away from home.”

Thu, 06/15/2017 - 6:00pm

From the physical and metaphorical walls that threaten multicultural understanding to the changing landscape of the American Dream, we are delving headfirst into issues that hit close to home.

PRO-TV alum Jamal Hodge is heading back to the Cannes Film Festival!

PRO-TV holds a private showing of Rachèle Magloire & Chantal Regnualt's documentary about the troubled lives of the deported.

Far flung visitors travel to DCTV for Media Enabled Musketeers.

To share our experience of international youth filmmaking exchange program with our friends and peers, DCTV and Doroga produced a collaborative manual.

Donors from all over the world helped us raise over $10,000 to launch our newest youth program, Young Women of Cinema!