King Bibi is a powerful polemic, work of history, and portrait of a nation--the story of Netanyahu's rise to power reflected through 4 decades of public-speaking appearances and mastery of the art of controlling the narrative of social media.
In this episode Jim Vrettos interviews the documentary...
Host Jim Vrettos brings filmmaker Slawomir Grunberg; researcher and co-writer Lilka Elbaum; and second generation holocaust survivor Paul Celler to talk about Still Life in Lodz, an emotionally riveting documentary that journeys to the historically tumultuous city of Lodz, Poland.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Israeli filmmaker Mor Loushy about her recent documentary "The Kings of Capitol Hill" and her critique of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
Host Jim Vrettos interviews via Skype Dov Khenin; Israeli political scientist, lawyer, activist and former Knesset member - Hadash Party. In the conversation Dov offers his interesting view about Israeli politics and the issues that affect that nation.
This is a very impacting conversation between host Jim Vrettos; Private Investigator and Activist Manuel Gomez; and Rap Artist Immortal Technique (Felipe Coronel); about sex trafficking and the thriving of this practice with little to none reaction from the authorities. It is shocking to learn that...
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Rashid Khalidi, Historian, Author, Activist & Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Clarence Ruth; Artist, Designer and Author. They talk about fashion and design as a way to address the challenges our society is facing.
This Week on MNN Celebrates Black History Month!
This Week on MNN we recognize National Mentoring Month!
This Week on MNN celebrates National Hobby Month!
The NYC Center for Media Education is the natural evolution of the media education program at MNN. We are blending the community focus with professional development training to give independent creatives the confidence and tools to become successful. We are cultivating a diverse group of change...