The BronxNet Freeform Binge continues this week with a documentary about young activists, the CUNY Film Festival Animation shorts and an artist spotlight. Tune in to watch on BronxNet channel 68 Optimum/ 2134 FiOS in the Bronx and online at bronxnet.tv on Saturday, October 17th at 8:30 PM. See below for the complete line up.
rFuture is an annual project to uplift the voices of young activist/artists working in fields of environmental sustainability and social justice. Teenage musicians, filmmakers, and spoken word artists are featured from across all of NYC.
A 2020 runner up for best animation at the CUNY Film Festival. A short animation by Arisleida Rodriguez about how we all struggle in our own way, but eventually, we’ll conquer it and live freely.
This short was a 2020 runner up for best animation at the CUNY Film Festival. Several animators collaborated on a single prompt.
This short animation by CCNY Alumni Keila Solomon won Best Animation prize in the 2018 CUNY Film Festival. A young artist finds a mentor who teaches her to be creative and believe in herself.
In Joyce Jimenez' charming 2020 CUNY Film Festival runner up for best animation, a slice of bread looks for his one and only.
In this 2020 CUNY Film Festival winner for best Alumni Animation, a pear overcomes challenge to discover body positivity.
CUNY Film Festival Animations. 2020 CUNY Film Festival best student film. Xinying Ren’s animated memoir about adjusting to life in a new country.
Her folding chair on the sidewalk, coffee cup in hand, surrounded by vibrant paintings, Maria Torres is a regular fixture on 218th St. For this Peruvian-born New Yorker, painting helps heal physical and emotional trauma.