In Person: Jul 11, 2022 - Jul 18, 2022
Online: Jul 11, 2022 - Aug 01, 2022
Jul 11, 2022 - Aug 01, 2022


Available: Jul 11, 2022 07:00
Until: Aug 01, 2022 06:59
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A mixture of digital talks and interviews that give us an intimate look into new worlds, and shorts that pose interesting questions worth a conversation.
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Rewriting Hollywood Rewriting Hollywood

Rewriting Hollywood

Rewriting Hollywood is a global podcast featuring celebrities, creators, and influencers discussing inclusion and social impact in Hollywood, hosted by Jared Milrad, who worked for President Obama and founded Movikarma, a nonprofit organization supported by Warner Bros. Discovery and Lionsgate that empowers underrepresented creative talent. With the help of special guest hosts along the way, Jared interviews directors, writers, actors, producers and other changemaking creatives who are breaking barriers and overcoming adversity to have their stories told and voices heard. Join the conversation on Rewriting Hollywood to empower inclusive, impactful storytellers and harness the power of story for good.
5 minutes
Black in Hollywood: Carlton Jordan  -'Trials of Tokenism' Black in Hollywood: Carlton Jordan  -'Trials of Tokenism'

Black in Hollywood: Carlton Jordan -'Trials of Tokenism'

In this episode, we gain insight into what life’s been like for black creative Carlton Jordan. Hailing from North Carolina, Carlton went from going to an all-black elementary, junior high, high school and college, to being thrust into Hollywood as one of the only black people on his producing teams. Tokenism on its face seems harmless, but there are many consequences of the half-hearted efforts to include a face to give the appearance of diversity.
24 minutes

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