director, writer, producer
Since earning his PhD in anthropology and filmmaking at Harvard University, Maple has been teaching in the Global Studies program at Colby College. Maple is committed to using text, images, and sound to embody the experience and political imagination of contemporary activist movements. His previous films, co-directed with Pacho Velez, include Bastards of Utopia and Occupation: A Film about the Harvard Living Wage Sit-In and have shown in festivals around the world.
director, editor, director of photography
Milton explores the borders between fiction and documentaries through the cinematic intersections of ethnographic research and sensorial experiences. Milton earned his BA from Colby College in Anthropology and studied film production at the Film and Television Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague. He’s currently doing a Documentary Media MFA at Northwestern University. He's directed several short documentaries in Brazil, Nicaragua, and Kenya and is committed to engage in multiple platforms that strive for social justice.
Community Outreach Director and Facilitator
Mary Lampson is an award-winning independent documentary filmmaker and editor. She co-edited the Academy Award–wining documentary HARLAN COUNTY, USA and acted as an editor on many other independently produced documentary features. She has worked with Emile de Antonio, Ricky Leacock, and D.A. Pennebakbr. Recent projects include: TROUBLE THE WATER (Tia Lessin and Carl Deal), THE REVOLUTIONARY OPTIMISTS (Nicole Newnham and Maren Monson-Grainger), THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING (Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein), and THE ISLANDS AND THE WHALES (Mike Day). Mary has been a fellow and advisor at the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Editing and Story Lab and is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Local anti-racism community organizer in Portland, Maine. They are currently organizing for the Southern Maine Workers Center. Past projects include: Field Director for the winning, state-wide campaign for ranked choice voting, and founding member of Portland Racial Justice Congress. They hold an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and Pan-african studies from Drew University.
Maple Razsa & Milton Guillén
Komunal Media Collective
Mary Lampson & Milton Guillén
Maple Razsa & Andrej Kurnik
director of photography
Benjamina Dolinšek Razsa
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Center for the Arts and Humanities, Colby College
Department of Anthropology, Colby College
Global Studies Program, Colby College
Guest Room Maribor
Points North Institute
Provost’s Office, Colby College
Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement
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