FILMS

1.) From Chicago to South Africa, Ava Thompson Greenwell 
2.) Alexis, Lesley Etherly
3.) Genius of a Different Hue: The Story of Black Advertising, Keith Purvis
4.) Lunch With Friends at 58 Ave Foch, Vincent Singleton
5.) Sounds of the Chi, Edwin Walker
6.) Standing on the Bones of Our Ancestors, Kohl Miner
7.) Resistimos (We Resist), Diana Quinones Rivera
8.) Unjustified Chicago, Theresa Lenore Dumayas Campagna
9.) Unapologetic, Ashley Mills
10.) Panata, Alexander Skalomenos
11.) Dance Group in Pilsen, Katherine Nagasawa
12.) Tracing our Path Through Bronzeville, Reginald Rice 

SPECIAL GUESTS:  Lyric Cabral and the DVID Graduates

The 2016 Diverse Voices in Documentary (DVID) Graduation honors and showcases the participants of the 2016 DVID program. The evening will include 3-5 minute clips from each project, a special keynote speaker (Lyric Cabral, co-director of (T)error, winner of the Special Jury Award for Breakout First Feature at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival), and a reception to follow. It also marks the opening of applications for DVID 2017. Visit the website to apply.

Now completing its fourth year, DVID strives to create a network for filmmakers of color to collaborate and support each other, promote films by filmmakers of color, and increase their presence in the documentary field. The 2016 DVID program will graduate 12 fellows who developed their projects over six months of workshops and mentorship by Kartemquin staff, producers and associates, and industry leaders.

The Diverse Voices in Documentary program is operated by Kartemquin Films and The Community Film Workshop of Chicago, and made possible by generous support from the Voqal Fund, The Seabury Foundation, The Reva and David Logan Foundation, The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, The National Endowment for the Arts, the Efroymson Family Fund, CityArts, The Sage Foundation, and KatLei Productions.