Category Archives: My Video Work

Walking Home: A response to street harassment

Directed by Nuala Cabral “Beautiful! Walk On!” -Ursula Rucker This is an experimental piece about women ritually facing street harassment as they walk home. Shot in Brooklyn and Philadelphia, it mixes 16mm film, video, poetry and music in an effort … Continue reading

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Revisiting Women and Hip Hop

I’m thinking about revisiting a film I started in 2003 about women of color and hip hop. The short documentary “Who’s That Girl” also known as “Reflections on Women of Color and Hip Hop” engaged hip hop fans in a … Continue reading

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Affording Progress: A community response to gentrification

What is the difference between development and progress? This is the question I sought to explore in 2008 while participating in the Third World Newsreel Documentary Workshop and living in Prospect Heights, a Brooklyn neighborhood that is experiencing gentrification. Synopsis: … Continue reading

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