The National Institutes of Health teams USC MISC and USC Keck Medicine for a film about the issue of Big Data in the field of medicine.
A short film about an Afghan interpreter working for the US Military who is hunted by the Taliban while seeking asylum.
The Pamoja Project is a documentary film that tells the inspiring story of 3 Tanzanian women. Working in the fields of education, microfinance and health, they are together improving the livelihoods of their fellow...
Children who don't receive early childhood education are 5xs more likely to become chronic lawbreakers by age 18 than those who do receive it. USC-MISC recently filmed a PSA with Save the Children showing how early childhood education can shape a life…
I Make Movies is a 5 part series of interviews created for the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and highlights jobs that the entertainment industry provides beyond what we see on the red carpet…
A 5th Grade Class sends a message that CREATIVITY is just as important as LITERACY. Jaden, a young, inner-city public school student, takes a stand against his principal after the school's art teacher has been fired for choosing to teach art instead of the state-mandated, standardized test.
This 80 second PSA satirizes California’s tax spending to support capital punishment. Directed by Eric Marshall.
Three Syrian civilian journalists risk their lives to broadcast atrocities committed by the Syrian army. When discovered, a soldier caught up in the brutality finds himself more faithful to his humanity than duty. Directed by Faisal Attrache.
Emmy Award winning, The Power of the PSA or How To Change the World in 30 Seconds is a documentary about USC-MISC’s partnership with CBS2/KCAL9 to create PSAs “Collateral Damage,” “Help a Soldier Heal,” and “Internet Safety.”
Parent’s illusion of safety and privacy is changed forever by access to the Internet and social media. A reminder about parental guidance and personal responsibility on the Internet. "Post and Text Responsibly" was directed by John Berardo to spread the message of NetSmartz.