“Family Pictures USA” Trailer
Family Pictures: USA is a documentary-style magazine show, filmed before a live studio audience, that journeys through a rapidly changing landscape where the foundations of a familiar and idealized “AMERICA” are being transformed.
Cousins Meet For The First Time!
Two photographers, Berette Macaulay and Adama Delphine Fawundu discovered they were cousins! This was there first time meeting face to face at our roadshow where we promote turning strangers into family!
Arianne Edmonds reveals the stories of her family history during the Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) Roadshow held at Harlem Stage. Arianne shares her families’ journey from Mississippi Freedom Schools after the Civil War to venturing out west to homestead in the early days of Los Angeles history and culture.
From Father to Son
Digital Diaspora got to interview New Have resident Richard Joyner at Yale University. He shares a photo of his son, Richard, while he reflects on past mistakes and rebuilds his relationship with his son.
A Different Truth
Dorothea Trufelman speaks about one photograph that she holds close and represents a different truth at the DDFR roadshow at Skidmore College.
My Lesbian Great Aunt
Artist Viktor Witkowski got to participate on our Digital Diaspora Family roadshow (DDFR) at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. He shared a unique picture form pre-WWII Poland including his Grandfather and his great Aunt, who he discovered was a lesbian!
Jamaican-American artist Renee Cox sits down with director Thomas Allen Harris on the set of 2016 Emmy Award nominated doc, Through A Lens Darkly! In this outtake, she talks about the Jamaican hero Nanny as her inspiration.
Freedom is Knowledge
Scholar and Writer, Richard Powell sits down with filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris and discuss the connection between Freedom and the power of Knowledge.
Artist Lorna Simpson talks about seeing the value of her photographic works on the set of Emmy nominated film Through A Lens Darkly.
Remembering Hugh Bell
“Through A Lens Darkly” Short Shot with photographer Hugh Bell reflecting on photography.