Happening at EVC

Another school year is beginning, which means EVC is as busy as ever offering documentary filmmaking programs to New York City high school students.  We are excited to share these updates from our fully virtual programming and other important organizational news.   EVC CELBRATES LGBTQ HISTORY MONTH...

Seeking innovative and engaging ways to discuss systemic racism with your employees? Want to learn from young people most impacted by structural violence? EVC works with Corporations, including their Diversity and Inclusion Departments and Employee Resource Groups, to organize virtual screenings of short documentary films produced by NYC...

EVC Presents: Docs & Dialogues, a youth-produced virtual documentary screening series led by EVC’s young people whose lives and communities are impacted by systemic inequities. These individuals will share their stories about the world as they see it - with all its problems and possibilities.  For...

YOUTH POWERED VIDEO FESTIVAL Each year, EVC’s Professional Development Program integrates its model of documentary film production and community inquiry into classes and afterschool programs throughout New York City. EVC Youth Producers will be premiering their year-end films at our 8th Annual Youth Powered Video Film...

  Dear EVC friends and family, The EVC Board of Directors is proud to announce that Ambreen Qureshi has joined the organization as Executive Director after our founder of 35 years, Steve Goodman, retired earlier this year. Ambreen has extensive leadership experience in the non-profit and media industries...

We are so proud of our students for their amazing work over this past semester. Here are snapshots of the culminating program events that celebrated their successes in all three of our core programs. You can check out the full albums at https://www.facebook.com/educationalvideocenter/. HBO YOUTH DOCUMENTARY WORKSHOP PREMIERE EVC students...