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Director Jodi Gomes and Convicted Principal Dr. Dana Evans Speak with Frank Ski of Morning Culture on Atlanta’s V103


The New Film Taking a Look At the Aftermath of the Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Scandal


Nearly 10 years after the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal broke, a new documentary is shining a light on high-stakes testing and the problems with the education system.


Vineyard’s African American film fest gains cross-culture popularity


Seventy independent film submissions, more than half of them short films, were chosen for screening at this Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, taking place Monday through Aug. 10 in Oak Bluffs.


BronzeLens Continues 10 Year Legacy as Nexus for Filmmakers of Color Featuring In Depth Conversations and Talks back with Regina Hall, David Oyelowo and Yvette Nicole Brown

Regina Hall

August 21-25, will be a commemoration of the organization’s evolution over the past decade as one of the most substantive film festivals in the United States. “Over the years we have remained committed to exposing the community to business opportunities and career paths in the industry. BronzeLens values the authentic voices of people of color and celebrates those whose work represents filmmaking at its best”, said Kathleen Bertrand, BronzeLens Film Festival Founder and Executive Producer.


Coveted Jury Award Winner at American Black Film Festival (ABFF)



The Director and Producers are humbled to be selected as Best Documentary at The Aphrodite Film Festival 2019


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10 years later, principal convicted in APS cheating scandal talks for first time


10 years later, principal convicted in APS cheating scandal talks for first time

Dana Evans, the principal at Dobbs Elementary School in 2009, was once an up and coming star in the APS system. Years later, she was one of 11 educators convicted in the widespread cheating scandal.

New documentary on Atlanta schools cheating scandal has ‘lots of smoking guns,’ producer says


New APS cheating scandal doc ‘One Child Left Behind’ coming out

This week, two educators convicted in the Atlanta Public Schools test cheating scandal entered prison.
This week, two educators convicted in the Atlanta Public Schools test cheating scandal entered prison.

With hymns and prayers, ex-APS educator reports for prison in cheating scandal

After phony test scores and cover-ups, convictions and failed appeals, one chapter of the decade-long Atlanta Public Schools cheating saga ended with a hymn and prayers.

Educators lose appeal in Atlanta test-cheating case

Two educators who were convicted for their roles in the Atlanta test-cheating conspiracy failed to reverse their convictions on appeal.

Convicted educators report to jail in APD school cheating scandal

Two of the former Atlanta Public Schools educators convicted in the cheating scandal are now in jail. Former Administrator Tamara Cotman Johnson and former teacher Angela Williamson turned themselves into the Fulton County Jail Tuesday afternoon, nine years after the cheating scandal first broke.