“July ’64” – Director, Carvin Eison, 60 minute PBS documentary. Violence erupted at a street dance one hot July night when a routine arrest took a turn for the worse - and ended with the National Guard being called to a Northern City for the first time during the civil rights era. July ’64 gives voice to the people who lived it and tells the story of three days of conflict and unrest that altered the course of history in Rochester. Funded by Independent Television Service, New York State Assembly and National Black Programming Consortium. Learn more.
“Oatka Trail” – Director, Carvin Eison, High Definition dance film featuring choreography and dancers of Garth Fagan Dance.
A Rose for Livvy: Internet Safety for Teens – Director, Carvin Eison. 29 minutes. Dramatic/educational film. This engaging and positive story teaches students the essential safety rules to protect themselves on the internet. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Lookin out 4 U: Three Abusive Relationships – Director, Carvin Eison. 28 minutes. Dramatic /educational film. This story presents an honest and graphic picture of the emotional, physical and psychological sides of dating abuse. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Angel of Mine: Teen Pregnancy and Parenthood – Director, Carvin Eison. 25 minutes. Throughout this realistic and powerful film, responsibility and awareness of possible consequences are stressed. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.