New York City Stories

Every three hours a child is shot and killed on the streets of America. DCTV believes that media has partially caused the gun violence epidemic and can help solve it. We're taking to the streets of New York City to continue the war on gun violence. Even though New York City has become one of the safest cities, still hundreds are lost every year. Beyond Bullets has been working with a team of young filmmakers/reporters to produce videos from all five boroughs of New York City.

Videos

Parsons Scholars

High school students in the Parsons Scholars Program at Parsons The New School for Design created this PSA about gun violence for Beyond Bullets in Spring 2012. What if you could rewind time and...

Parsons Scholars

This anti-gun violence PSA asks teens to pay attention to the choices they make each day, and recognize the significance of even their simplest actions. "What Would You Do" was made by students in...

Randy Wilkins

Homage to Bela raises the question, who is truly the victim of gun violence? Is it just the criminal and the victim or is everyone affected by the crime? On a cold winter day, a myriad of...

DCTV

In May 2010, Beyond Bullets embarked on a citywide anti–gun violence media tour and our host, Ronald Merritt, talked with teenagers about the causes and consequences of gun violence.

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DCTV

One in a series of youth-produced, anti–gun violence PSAs made by students in DCTV's PRO-TV Program.

DCTV

Anti-gun violence PSA about how gun violence can affect anyone that was created this past year with students from Murry Bergtraum High.

DCTV - PRO-TV

PRO-TV's Summer Media Intensive made an experimental short that explores the trafficking of illegal guns into NY, a state with some of the strictest ownership gun laws in the US, down the infamous...

DCTV

Eye Openers: Youth Against Violence in Staten Island is a youth group in St. Paul's Church that acts a safe haven for local teens. Here these teens talk about why their peers join gangs and how...

DCTV

Students at Boys and Girls High School talk about how it feels to hold a gun, and whether or not having a gun makes you more powerful.

Directed by Hemamset Angaza.