Climate change and its solutions are complex. One way to understand them — and the decisions that come with them — is through “systemic storytelling.”
Undocumented migrant workers use Photovoice to share their experience working and living in Greece.
Many Black audiences are justifiably weary of works about their community told from white perspectives. But authorship isn’t always black and white.
When Chloe Hooper’s partner was diagnosed with leukaemia, she struggled to talk about the possibility of his death with their two young children. She found the words in books.
The unique power of story is like a sharp knife, writes Claire Corbett. It is neither good nor evil, but can cut both ways.
People may be more willing to boycott a retailer over an act of injustice that takes place at the store if the source of the story was Black – even if the incident happened to a white person.
Most teens experience a dip in their well-being and the pandemic has exacerbated this pattern. But parents can safeguard their teenagers’ mental health by sharing stories from a very young age.
While spending two years in Dartmoor prison, Kim Crotty wrote and illustrated 47 stories for his sons, desperately seeking to maintain his connection with his family.
Grocery shopping and family meals are prime opportunities to build reading and math skills – particularly for young Latino children, a new study finds.
In a region threatened by coastal erosion, a group of school students learned how they could explore change using visual stories and poems.
Cinderella has been taken further and further away from its origins that we forget it was originally a radical story about female desire, servitude and violence.
Collaborative research sought to document Six Nations youth perspectives shared through art and story to inform principles for water management in the lower Grand River.
The adolescent brain is particularly vulnerable to experience. Puberty is is the time brain networks are hardwired around milestone events. We should help teenagers make meaning of the pandemic.
How will governments convince enough people to get vaccinated to achieve herd immunity?
The 45th president of the United States used a specific technique to tell different versions of the very same story, of a nation under threat and a man working to save it.
Hollywood continues to dramatically exaggerate the medical risks associated with abortion while downplaying barriers to access.
Renting locations, hotel rooms, offices and cast trailers can eat the lion’s share of a budget. We rented an off-season summer camp and won best feature film at the Chicago Comedy Film Festival 2020.
A new series has been announced by Netflix but the last time the game was adapted it wasn’t exactly a success. The lack of coherent narrative within the expansive gaming world may be to blame.
In the age of fake news and deep fake videos, how can documentary making be used for research and other purposes that demand authenticity and credibility?
Now, more than ever, we need to share stories that build relationships, community connections and self-esteem, especially with our children.