Phones Move Us

Produced by: 
2017 Documentary History Project for Youth
Year: 
2017
Duration: 
00:09:19

Individual Film Price:

Higher Education Institutions & Government Agency DVD | $49.95
K-12 & Public Libraries DVD | $49.95
Home Video DVD License – Restrictions Apply | $20.00


 


Documentary History Project for Youth Compilation Price:

This video is available for purchase as part of a Documentary History Project for Youth Vol. 20 - "Migration" compilation DVD.

Higher Education Institutions & Government Agency DVD | $139.00
K-12 & Public Libraries DVD | $79.00
Home Video DVD License – Restrictions Apply | $20.00

 

 


Scribe Video Center Program:

The Documentary History Project for Youth (DHPY) is an annual after-school, weekend and summertime digital media production workshop for middle and high school students. Each year, youth participants create short documentary films as a way to explore some aspect of the social, political and cultural history of Philadelphia. 

 


DHPY Student(s): Amral Farnum (Carver High School of Engineering & Science) and Cristian Vazquez (First Philadelphia Prepatory Charter School)

 


Instructors: NaOme Richardson and Derrick Woodyard 

 


Film Summary:

In the film, Phones Move Us, they unveil some early phones and how they’ve upgraded and how their usage has migrated over the few years they’ve existed. The film discusses the original iPhone debut and how it was a game changer in the mobile phone business. The documentary presents many different people who own iPhones, explores how they feel about their phones and how they have integrated apps into their lives.