Portrait with Mobile Phone
 
Image by Tommy Kwak

Cellphilms

Cellphilms are short films made with a cellphone that take up a prompt. The Black Lives Matter in New Brunswick Education project research team, have created short cellphilms that describe experiences as Black people living, studying, and working in New Brunswick. We encourage teachers to use our cellphilms to engage learners in conversation about the themes arising from the media. We also invite you to check out this 'How to Make a Cellphilm' Toolkit to bring cellphilming into your classroom.  We encourage folks to create cellphilms and other art-based responses to our workEmail your creations to us and we will gladly share them here.

 

Solo Concert

Black Safe Spaces

New Brunswick is So White

By Husoni Raymond

Black Safe Space

 By Shernel Justin

Creating Black Spaces

By Alicia Noreiga-Mundaroy

Drawing a Bridge- A Story Time for Early Elementary

By Sara Nason

Teaching A Motivational Cellphilm

By Kryssonia Wedderburn

African Art & Craft Projects

By Alicia Noreiga-Mundaroy

What Brings Me To This?

By Alicia Noreiga-Mundaroy

The Importance of Black Advocacy in Canada

By Ashley Swaby

What Is The Implicit Curriculum?

By Sara Nason

Black Hair

By Ashley Swaby