Presented by New York Times Lens Blog
Join The New York Times’ Lens blog for a night of projections featuring photographers from around the world. We’ve gone through our archives to curate a selection of some of our favorite work featured on Lens, including photos by Whitney Curtis, Eli Reed, Ernesto Bazan, Nancy Borowick, Phil Knott, Martha Cooper, Joni Sternbach and New York Times staff photographers.
Presented by PBS
Featuring Angy Rivera
Angy Rivera grew up in the United States with a secret that threatened to upend her life: She was undocumented. At 24, Rivera became an activist for undocumented youth with a popular advice blog and a YouTube channel boasting more than 27,000 views. Don’t Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie), premiering on PBS’s POV series on Sept. 21st, tells her story.
Join POV for a sneak-preview of the film and a conversation with Angy, Mikaela Shwer, the director, Lauren Burke, co-founder and executive director of Atlas: DIY, moderated by Katia Maguire, producer at Quiet Pictures and director of Jessica Gonzales vs. the USA. You’ll also see a selection of short indie docs, including Paraíso, about three immigrant window cleaners who risk their lives every day rappelling down some of Chicago’s tallest skyscrapers, as well as animated shorts from renowned oral history project, StoryCorps. Come get an inside look at PBS’s POV series!
Angy Rivera – featured in Don’t Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)
Mikaela Shwer – director of Don’t Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)
Lauren Burke – co-founder and executive director of Atlas: DIY
Katia Maguire – producer at Quiet Pictures and director of Jessica Gonzales vs. the USA
Aubrey Gallegos – community engagement and education manager at POV
Emma Dessau – senior producer, POV digital
Presented by National Geographic
Featuring Stephanie Sinclair, Katie Orlinsky, Robert Clark and Ed Kashi
Celebrate photography and storytelling with National Geographic on September 19th at the Photoville Beer Garden. The evening will begin with photos and videos from the past 127 years—up to the most recent stories from National Geographic and their digital platforms including News, Your Shot, and Proof. Hear from National Geographic photographers Stephanie Sinclair, Katie Orlinsky, Robert Clark and Ed Kashi. Director of Photography Sarah Leen serves as Master of Ceremonies.
National Geographic believes in the power of science, exploration and storytelling to change the world.