Academics: Majors and Programs

Reel Women Student Film Showcase

"Storytelling stands at the center of all cultures. Through stories, we articulate our history, dreams, fears and expectations, as well as our sense of beauty, morality and justice. Whether oral or digital, stories move the work and require us to continually re-evaluate who we are and where we are going." —  Ayoka Chenzira, Ph.D.

The films screened during the Reel Women festival are the culminating projects of students who participate in the Digital Moving Image Salon.  Their works are the result of a yearlong course where students learn to produce documentaries, and various research projects that explore interactive cinema.

“Producing documentary films, particularly those that focus on the lived experiences of women, allows our students to think critically, think visually and to participate in the national and international dialogues that occur around issues of social justice for women and girls,” said professor Ayoka Chenzira, founding director of DMIS and the festival.


DMIS Group 2016

Attend the DMIS 2016 Student Film Showcase

Thursday, April 28 | 7 p.m.

Midtown Arts Cinema
931 Monroe Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30308

View the Press Release.

New films by DMIS documentary film producers: Paloma Adams, Melanie Boykin, Jasmin-Brengé Harris, Alexandra Marks, Briana Montalvo, Reid Moss, Lexus Phillips, Bria Toussaint

View the 2016 DMIS Student Film Showcase Trailer

2016 Student Films

Chasing Perfection

DMIS Chasing Beauty
Melanie Boykin & Paloma Adams

Black to the Future

DMS Black To The Future
Briana Montalvo, Lexus Phillips
& Reid Moss


Jasmin-Brengé Harris, Bria Toussaint
& Alexandra Marshall


Celebration Of Excellence Award

Alexa A. Harris, C'2007

Alexa Harris
Alumna Alexa A. Harris, C'2007, is an author, producer and consultant with a myriad of experiences in media and communications. more