Revolution Me Films has created a diverse community of media artists and filmmakers. We offer a platform to democratize films from all over the world with the Revolution Me Film Festival. In addition, we are now offering educational workshops. The Revolution Me Media Lab is dedicated to teaching high school students and young adults the creative skills to tell their own stories.
Revolution Me Festival was founded in 2016 by Maria Palacio. For the past five years, Revolution Me Film Festival has successfully showcased films from around the world in Brooklyn and online (this past year). In the Fall of 2020, she partnered up with long-time friend and Long Island University Media Arts MFA cohort Charulata L. Dyal, to establish the Revolution Me Media Lab.
When asked about how she came up with the name 'Revolution Me' Maria answered:
"When I think back to my days at Bushwick Community High School, and learning about Black Panthers, The Civil Rights Movement, Kent State, and revolution as an idea, it moved me. To feel and acknowledge that there is a revolution inside all of us is what makes things happen. I wanted to create a community that feels this."
Meet The Team
Maria Palacio is a Brooklyn based filmmaker & photographer who was inspired through her own experience as an up-and-coming filmmaker, was driven to create a forum to nurture other emerging artists in the field by establishing Revolution Me Film Festival in 2016.
Charulata L. Dyal is a native New Yorker, media artist and educator. She is devoted to providing education to those with limited or no access. She is also a proud volunteer with FeLT and ReFocus Media Labs, two programs that have greatly inspired her to partner with Revolution Me and create the Revolution Me Media Labs.