The BronxNet Free Form Binge - Week #2

Oct. 16, 2020
The BronxNet Free Form Binge - Week #2

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 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.

When You Grow

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.

Life Has Changed, Love Goes On

CUNY Film Festival Animations. 2020 CUNY Film Festival best student film. Xinying Ren’s animated memoir about adjusting to life in a new country.

Maria Torres: Neighborhood Artist

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.