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GARLAND MCLAURIN - FILM POLITICS AND HAITI

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We will discuss Media and it's impact on our behavior and consciuos with film producer GARLAND MCLAURIN, Garland McLaurin has worked in television and film industry for nearly a decade in the United States and abroad including Cuba and South Africa. In South Africa and at Howard University he taught college level video shooting and editing courses to students eager to learn the film-making process. After returning to the United States from this life-changing experience, he began producing short form documentaries on various social topics. He has come to realize the critical importance of socially progressive media and has now dedicated himself to produce work that has positive relevance to the daily needs of our society.As producer and editor he has created over 200 short form documentaries and news stories in the last three years and was recently nominated for a Telly Award. Whether working on the Emmy-award winning TV One series “Murder In Black and White” or producing online content for American News Project, Garland has developed a diverse body of production experience. Garland’s work has been featured on American News Project, Verizon Fios 1, National Geographic, BET, TV One and Retirement Living Channel. He holds a B.A.in Radio-TV-Film from Howard University and a soon to be graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in the M.F.A. film program. Recently he went to Haiti for two weeks with the National Black Programming Consortium to shoot a series of short documentaries on the recovery process of Haiti. Currently, he is working on a half-hour documentary around sports and politics. "Free your mind and your ass will follow" George Clinton

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