CMCM Updates

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.

"Honorable Mention" for Dick Jordan's "Cuba, Libre?"

Congratulations to CMCM member Dick Jordan, whose feature-length documentary "Cuba, Libre?" has been awarded an "Honorable Mention" from the SaMo Indie Fest film festival that will take place in Santa Monica, CA in November.

Exploring travel to Cuba by Americans from the early decades of the 20th century to the present day, "Cuba, Libre?" aired on MarinTV in January of this year and had a special screening at CMCM in February. The film was also shown at the Visual Radio Television Network Festival in Oakland in April, and the Sausalito and San Francisco public libraries as part of their respective film programs.

Kudos to Dick, who thanks Cynthia Abbott, Allen Bronstein, Gael Chandler, Marguerite Elliott and other CMCM members and guest instructors for providing critical feedback on the film during post-production.

Experience the Art of Dickens 44 at CMCM | EXTENDED through August

Georgia Annwell Gallery

We will officially be extending Dickens 44's exhibit through August. You now have until August 31st to marvel at the works of Marin's legendary Glue Artist.

Dickens 44 works prolifically from a warehouse studio in Novato, CA. A key player in the Haight-Ashbury art scene, Bascom is still heavily influenced by the counterculture movement and isn’t shy to talk about his experience with Timothy Leary, Woodstock, and the Unknown Museum. In 1981, the artist left the country as a way to escape drug-abuse and a changing cultural landscape. He has since lived all over the globe in countries including Panama, Thailand, Brazil, and the Philippines.

Bascom plans to one day teach his form of “recycledelic fusion art” at children’s hospitals as a form of art therapy. He hopes the positive nature of his work will influence others to turn to creativity, “as an answer to boredom and confusion”.

Showing through:
August 31, 2018

Ernesto Sanchez Exhibit | Georgia Annwell Gallery

CMCM Presents: Ernesto Sanchez

The imaginative work of Pt. Reyes based artist Ernesto Sanchez will be featured in CMCM's Georgia Annwell Gallery Space from September 6 to September 27. Sanchez’s work is a collection of mixed media and multicultural pieces, including masks, sculptures, altars, mosaics, ceramics, and more. His style incorporates influences from his southern California roots, Mexican-American upbringing, and artistic studies in Asia, Indonesia, and Latin America.

Learn more about Ernesto here: https://www.ernestosanchezart.com/

Showing through:
October, 2019

Announcing the Marin TV Viewer Survey

Your feedback is very important to us. It's also important that Marin County understands the value of the these non-commercial channels for the community - our future depends on that recognition!

Take a moment to complete this brief online survey and tell us what you watch and how often. Also tell us what types of programming you'd like to see and any other comments/concerns you might have.

And please forward this message to your family and friends in Marin and encourage them to complete the survey too!

You can take the survey by clicking here: http://cmcm.tv/viewer-survey

What a Ride!

The Marin County Fair will celebrate its 75th Anniversary June 30 through July 4 with the theme "What A Ride!" Join the fun! Visit Marin TV in the Exhibit Hall, where you can watch local notables on the jumbo screen describing their favorite Fair memory -- or share one of your own!

Summer Sports Broadcasting Camp!

Registration is now open for our Summer sports broadcasting camp!

Technical Difficulties with Comcast Channels, Schedule, & Live Stream.

Update 3/14: We are almost back to normal, thanks for bearing with us!

We are currently experiencing several issues with our Comcast channels and their associated online platforms. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and are working diligently to get Marin TV up and running again as soon as possible! Please address all questions or concerns to info@cmcm.tv. Thank you for your patience!

January's Producer Spotlight

Your name:

S. Kramer Herzog

How long have you been a member of CMCM?

3 years

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:

The Best of Investing

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:

A radio show (910 am) about investing that is also being taped for a TV show.

Where were you born? San Rafael, CA

Where were you raised? San Rafael, CA

If you attended college ... What was the name of the school?

Heald College

What was your major?

Business

What is/was your occupation? How long have you been in this profession?

Video Producer 15 years

What inspired you to produce your own TV series?

To stay in the loop with CMCM.

What is your favorite part of TV production?

Filming

What is your least favorite part?

Writing

What advice would you give a new CMCM member who wants to produce a Marin TV series?

Take all the classes to see what you love & can do best.

What was your favorite TV show growing up?

The Fugitive (TV Series 1963–1967)

What is your favorite TV show now?

Any and all documentaries.

The People's Environmental News LIVE | Season 4 | September 18 (7PM)

The People's Environmental News is Back!

Hosts Charlie Siler and Barbara McVeigh are heading back to the studio to bring you new LIVE episodes of The People's Environmental News! Tune in as our hosts and their guests deliver honest news about global climate change and other environmental issues.

Catch live broadcasts every Tuesday at 7 PM on the Community Channel! (Repeats Thursday at 10:30 AM)

Season Four:
September 18 - November 12

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