Event host: Educational Video Center
2018 EVC Fall Benefit

As EVC approaches it’s 35th anniversary, we look back to those who have supported us and our values over the past three decades. This year, in addition to two remarkable individuals, we honor a family spanning three generations, all of whom have used their stories to pioneer social change and compel others to do good. Our honorees inspire us to look forward to the future with hope for what it might bring. 

Enjoy an evening featuring award presentations, student films, a cocktail reception, and the opportunity to learn more about EVC’s work. We invite you to join us, support us, and celebrate our youth changing the world one documentary at a time!

2018 Honorees

Stanley Nelson

Firelight Media

Stanley Nelson is the foremost chronicler of the African American experience working in nonfiction film today.  He is a MacArthur “Genius” Fellow and has won every major award in broadcasting. Among his notable films are The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, Freedom Summer, and Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 

Sherri Wolf

Educator and EVC Board Member

A long-time educator and currently an English teacher and English Department Head at the Brearley School, Sherri Wolf began volunteering at EVC in 2002.  She worked with youth producers on a number of films including Not Me, Not Mine: Adult Survivors of the Foster Care System and All That I Can Be: Military Recruitment From a Youth Perspective

Jacklyne Michele Holmes

Raelene Holmes-Andrews

Derele Holmes-Campbell

Three generations of the Holmes Family 

As a result of her daughter's film at EVC, Jacklyne became a social and environmental justice advocate fighting for healthy homes in her community.  Raelene is a three-time participant of EVC’s Youth Documentary Workshop who has now become an Assistant Media Coach. She co-produced Breathing Easy about toxic mold and lead poisoning in her family’s public housing apartment. Derele is an aspiring artist in the 8th grade at Eagle Academy for Young Men in Harlem.  He successfully completed EVC’s summer intensive middle school program.

TicketDescriptionPriceQuantity
Executive Producer10 Premium tickets to screening & reception and 6 Sponsored tickets for students and family members; Full-Page Ad & Benefit Committee Listing in 2018 Journal; Links for private online viewing of Fall 2018 EVC documentaries; Acknowledgement in Fall 2018 DVD Credits; On stage recognition during Benefit program$25,000.00
Director8 Premium tickets to screening & reception and 4 Sponsored tickets for students and family members; Full-Page Ad & Benefit Committee Listing in 2018 Journal; Links for private online viewing of Fall 2018 EVC documentaries$5,000.00
Editor4 Premium tickets to screening & reception and 2 Sponsored tickets for students and family members; Full-Page Ad & Benefit Committee Listing in 2018 Journal$2,500.00
Cinematographer2 Premium tickets to screening & reception and 2 Sponsored tickets for students and family members; Full-Page Ad & Benefit Committee Listing in 2018 Journal$1,500.00
Journal Ad - Full PageThe latest deadline to provide us with your advertisement is October 19th. Full page dimensions are 6x9 inches vertically oriented, full color.$1,000.00
Journal Ad - Half PageThe latest deadline to provide us with your advertisement is October 19th. Half page dimensions are 6x4.5 inches horizontally oriented, full color.$500.00
Premiere TicketName will appear in EVC 2018 Fall Benefit Journal$350.00
Regular Ticket $150.00

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Contact:
For questions regarding this event contact Arieta Palevic
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 212-465-9366

Date:
11/7/2018 6:00 PM to 11/7/2018 9:00 PM
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Location:
IFC Center
323 6th Ave
New York, NY 10014

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