NYC Overcoming is a series of 5 short films packaged into a 1-hour special for the New York City Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment. The documentary aims to celebrate the efforts of the nightlife, hospitality, and entertainment communities throughout the five boroughs as they recover from pandemic hardships.
Stanley Nelson’s short film ‘The Story of Access” was seen by 175,000 Starbucks partners in the spring of 2019 when the company closed its U.S. stores May 29 for anti-bias training. Now, we invite you to watch as well.
Over the past five decades, the grantees of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation have used the arts and humanities to deepen our understanding of the human condition and experience. Their transformative work is the subject of this Firelight Film directed by Stanley Nelson.
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE
Commemorate and Celebrate Freedom
On the evenings of November 16-18, to kick off the countdown to its grand opening next fall, the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) came alive for three nights as the façade of the building was illuminated with moving images in a spectacular display.