Date & Time: March 22, 2021 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Location: Virtual

How do we use the power of social imagination in film to bolster community, identity, and a collective dreaming?

This workshop breaks down how film consumption impacts global communities.   

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About the Speaker

Karlee Roberts

Karlee Roberts is a bicoastal filmmaker known for working collaboratively with her sister as a duo. Their films have garnered awards at festivals nationwide, screened at the TCL Chinese Theatre in LA and Director’s Guild of America in NYC, and were distributed in U.S. and European territories. Roberts focuses on telling empowering stories about underrepresented groups, often with strong yet vulnerable female protagonists. Her work has been showcased at the Museum of Tolerance NY & LA and she has spoken on various panels on filmmaking, including the Annapolis International. Film Festival’s Young Hollywood and the 30Under30‘s Women in Film panel in conjunction with the United Nations. She broke the record as the youngest graduate in Columbia University’s School of General Studies history.

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