ravebird, an Indigenous and woman-owned video production company based in Madison, hosted a virtual panel Thursday afternoon addressing the intersection of arts, activism and social inequity within Wisconsin arts and beyond.
Tying in themes from the company’s most recent feature film, “Trace the Line,” Trace the Line Community Conversations featured the voices of director, screenwriter, and Bravebird co-founder Alejandro Miranda Cruz, cinematographer Greg Hatton, Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce President Zach Brandon, and Dane Arts Director Mark Fraire.
At the start of 2020, Bravebird was poised for its best year ever. The Madison production company produces documentaries, advertising and corporate videos with an eye toward presenting diverse voices in front of and behind the camera. And then came the three words that have become part of every business's story — the pandemic hit.Read More