The Rights of Students - IS 192Q

Students from IS 192 express their joy in learning about their rights as human beings and as students. They share what they have learned in both English and their native languages. IS 192 students are excited to use animation and movement to showcase their new found knowledge. They candidly speak on various topics such as immigration, quality education and much more.

  • Pablo Herrera, Brenda Salazar, IS 192
  • Students of IS 192
  • Museum of Moving Image/Mr. Pablo Herrera
  • Marie Granthe, Alex Banegas, Alexis De Jesus, Carnucci JnMichel, Charlenson Noel, David Creary, Doodlee P. Luis, Elbert Blemur, Harold Church, Joanna Jean, Kerventz Joseph, Ketura Candio, Krishoun Lovelace, Mikyle Oporto, Neama Romelus, Phillip Sanders, Poutchaina Vilsaint, Ronald Arriola and Tyquan Christie
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Feature, Music Video, Short, Student, Television, Virtual Reality, Web / New Media
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 12 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 8, 2019
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Museum of Moving Images
    United States
    June 8, 2018
Director Biography - Pablo Herrera, Brenda Salazar, IS 192

Pablo is a Digital
media producer, cultural promoter, filmmaker and educator from Argentina. After his graduation from
the Faculty of Architecture in 2000, Pablo moved to Barcelona, Spain, where he graduated with a Master’s Degree in Visual Studies from the University of Barcelona.

In 2004 he co-founded Colectivo Piloto with
the aim of promoting culture and education through the use of audiovisual resources and media technologies. Since then, Pablo has created and participated as a programmer in multiple film festivals directed 2 TV series, 2 films documentaries, and participated
in several films projects as an executive producer in Spain, Argentina, and the U.S. As a teaching artist, he taught filmmaking to more than thousand students and has inspired many young people to create their own film production companies.

In 2015, Pablo co-founded thecplab, a creative
agency and a film production company based in New York City. Since then, Pablo have been honored to work with several NGOs, institutions and governmental agencies, including Save the Children, Red Cross, the Barcelona City Council, and currently designing and
implementing educational programs for teens at the Museum of the Moving Image. In 2018, Pablo join ArtsConnection leading
the program It’s Our Story to Tell, an educational film documentary project promoted by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and reaching students grades 7 through 12, with significant cognitive, emotional and sensory disabilities.

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