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S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

Update: 2019-11-20
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During his time at BU, Rel Dowdell (COM’96) made a name for himself with a groundbreaking thesis project that went on to become the critically acclaimed and award-winning film, Train Ride. His most recent work is a feature-length documentary examining the impact of the child support system on African American families titled Where’s Daddy? Stay tuned for an exclusive clip from the documentary at the end of the credits courtesy of Breaking Glass Pictures. 

Rel is one of over 4,000 Terriers in Philadelphia and he shares the challenges and opportunities that go along with building a career in film in the city of brotherly love.

You can see Where’s Daddy? on Amazon, Google Play or Vudu. For more on the Proud to BU podcast, visit bu.edu/alumni/podcast.

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S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

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