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Saturday, June 30 3:30pm

Saturday, June 30, 2018 3:30pm Free and open to the public

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Let’s Start the Conversation: Hues of Humanity

Saturday, June 30, 2018
3:30pm
Free and open to the public

As part of Squeaky Wheel’s Community Screenings, we are pleased to present Hues of Humanity, a film produced by Rachel and Dianna Henderson, co-founders of Colorfully Beautiful. Addressing topics such as empathy and emotional awareness the film attempts to build permanent bridges through authentic conversation. Join us for an audience/filmmaker talk back on how we can all contribute something in order to help positively co-create our existing realities.

Member Profile: Rachel Henderson

If you walked into our media lab at any given time this Spring you probably would have come across Squeaky Wheel member, Rachel Henderson editing her latest film on one of our lab stations. This season we are pleased to introduce Rachel here in our special Members Spotlight.

Born and raised in Buffalo, Rachel joined Squeaky Wheel as an Artist Member in July of 2017. After a move back home from Los Angeles, California, she found that Squeaky Wheel answered all her technical questions! Rachel began her journey in film after receiving her B.A. in Communication from Roberts Wesleyan College where she was also awarded title of Alum of the Year. From the workshops provided to equipment rental, Squeaky Wheel has given her both the access and the freedom to create her own work. Currently she is assisting on productions for both the Albright Knox and Buffalo Public Schools and is working on her own independent mini-doc.

On her latest film Henderson states:

“I’m extremely invested in creating a story that the audience feels like it’s something they’ve never seen before or creating a perspective they’ve never thought of. Illuminating new ideas, concepts, realities.”