CMCM Updates

Fidel is Fidel - Photography & Film Documentary Exhibit

Commemorating Fidel Castro’s 90th birthday, renowned photographer and filmmaker Roberto Chile has created a traveling photo exhibition and a documentary film about the public and private persona of the Cuban hero during these later years.

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT • December 1st through the 31st.

DOCUMENTARY SCREENING: All Guantanamo is Ours • December 1st, 7pm

ARTWALK RECEPTION • December 9th, 5-8 PM with "Fidel is Fidel" film at 6:15 pm.

Two issues stand in the way of a fundamental improvement in U.S.- Cuban relations: “...the blockade has to be lifted and the territory occupied by the Naval base in Guantánamo has to be returned.”

Guest Speakers: Jane Franklin, author, Cuba and the U.S. Empire: A Chronological History (2016); and Alicia Jrapko and Bill Hackwell of the International Committee for Peace, Justice, and Dignity

Marin Media Corps Covers 37th MVFF and Bioneers Conference

Update: Our first video from the 2014 Bioneers Conference is now online -

In partnership with the Computer Club House, CMCM's Marin Media Corps will mentor high school students to produce video coverage of filmmaker presentations and Q&A sessions during the Mill Valley Film Festival.

For a sneak peak of the official Mill Valley Film Festival trailer click here:


37th Mill Valley Film Festival Trailer from Gary Yost on Vimeo.

Once the Festival is over, our Marin Media Corps will produce video segments for Bioneers conference, celebrating their 25th anniversary.

¡Felicidades Francisco!

Marin TV Station Assistant Francisco Diaz was recently selected by the Laney Graduate School at Emory University to attend the 2016 STEM Research and Career Symposium in Atlanta, GA. Francisco, who also participated in a tribal archeological workshop at a Mohegan Reservation site in New London, CT, recently earned his B.A. degree in Anthropology from San Francisco State University.

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