Cooked: Survival by Zip Code is available on iTunes, Amazon, and GooglePlay. Doremus got her start working as an Assistant Editor on HOOP DREAMS and went on to serve as staff Producer at Kartemquin Films for the next eight years. Dr. Marshall Hatch (New Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church), Chief Rabbi Capers Shmuel Funnye (Beth Shalom B’nai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation) and Rabbi Lizzi Heydemann (Mishkan Chicago) | Moderator: Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), FRIDAY July 19th @ 8:15pm - Radical Resilience: The Art and Soul of Place Making, Place Taking-back and Transformation, Panelists: Naomi Davis (Blacks In Green), Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), Danielle Perry (Growing Home), Anton Seals (Grow Greater Englewood) | Moderator: Daniel Block (Professor, Chicago State University; Adjunct Professor, Northwestern University), SATURDAY July 20th @ 7:30pm - Chicago and Cook County: Today and Moving Forward, Panelists: Alma Anaya (Cook County Commissioner of the 7th District), Allison Arwady (Acting Commissioner Chicago Department of Public Health), Judith Helfand (Director/Producer, COOKED: Survival by Zip Code), Dr. Terry Mason (Chief Operating Officer, Cook County Department of Public Health), Ranjani Prabhakar (Deputy Policy Director - Climate Change, City of Chicago) | Moderator Alden Loury (Senior Editor: Race, Class & Communities, WBEZ), SUNDAY July 21st @ 5:15pm - Social Determinants of Health: Closing the Life Expectancy Gap - Part 1 (In dedication to the life, work and legacy of Dr. Steve Whitman), Panelists: David Ansell, MD, MPH (Rush University Medical Center), Maureen Benjamins PhD, (Sinai Urban Health Institute), Dr. Linda Rae Murray, M.D. Tune in or Stream November 25 and 26 at 9/8c. Learn more at HHPH.org/20SecondsOrMore She has just completed LOVE & STUFF, launching in 2020. Currently, Shantell is focused on narrative change and community voice as a means for radical movement building. Helfand is a field-builder who has helped reshape the documentary landscape by co-founding two critical organizations -- Working Films and Chicken & Egg Pictures. Director Kathy Webb is the Executive Director of the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance. Spread the word using #20SecondsOrMore and tag us in your video to get featured. She lives in NYC with her five-year-old daughter Theodora and their beta-fish MaxiTaxI. David E. Simpson is a documentary filmmaker with three decades of experience. She continues work at Chicken & Egg Pictures as a Senior Creative Consultant. Harlem Street Singer premiered at DOC NYC in 2013 and was released theatrically in 2014. It was the 24th anniversary of the 1995 Heat Wave, the hottest summer on record, and the City had just welcomed a new mayor who was committed to addressing systemic inequity and the climate crisis. Cooked: Survival by Zipcode (2019) tells the story of the tragic 1995 Chicago heatwave, the most traumatic in U.S. history, in which 739 citizens died over the course of just a single week, most of them poor, elderly, and African American. She continues to be actively involved as a Senior Creative Consultant. → Facebook.com/HHPHorg 20 Seconds or More was created by Hip Hop Public Health to empower youth and families with the right information, tools and resources to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Rev. 305 Views. Along the way, Helfand forges inextricable links between extreme weather, extreme disparity, and extreme racism, daring to ask: what if a zip code was just a routing number and not a life-or-death sentence? Eric Klinenberg is Helen Gould Shepard Professor of Social Science and Director of the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University. Public health departments in Boston, and New York City, and with 200+ staff at the Cook County Department of Public Health (Chicago), City and County Directors of Racial Equity and Resilience offices in Milwaukee, New York City, Chicago, and Boston, Disaster preparedness and emergency management officials in Boston, Cambridge, Chicago, Madison, the Bay Area, and New York City, Environmental justice and grassroots activists and community-based anchor institutions in Chicago, Miami, Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia and Wilmington, November 15: Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (KIPCOR) 2020-2021 Film Series. Other key editing credits include: Frontline's Shtetl (grand prix - Cinema du Real), the Emmy-nominated NOVA: Mysterious Crash of Flight 201, Living in Tall Trees for WGBH/TV Asahi-Japan, episodes of Cold Case Files for A&E, and an episode of The People’s Century for BBC/PBS. Twenty-five years after the 1995 Chicago heat wave, COOKED: Survival By Zip Code examines the events that led to the deaths of 739 people, mostly Black and in the poorest neighborhoods of the city. Join the movement at HHPH.org/JoinUs She is just about to launch her latest feature documentary LOVE & STUFF a multi-generational love story that starts with a good death, takes off with an unexpected birth and commits to the ride of a lifetime. SUMMER OF EXTREMES Night Three reimagined what a just and equitable heat emergency plan will need to look like. Simeon also directed the the documentaries No Humans Involved, which premiered at the Telluride Film Festival; St. Mulekicker, which played in over 40 film festivals world-wide; Martyrs and Saints; and My Brother, Nathaniel. Please complete the form below to connect with the COOKED team. Additional selected credits include: editing on the documentary features When I Walk, Melting Planet and Blue Vinyl which premiered at Sundance in 2013, 2007 and 2002, respectively; editor and co-producer on Mentor (Tribeca premier, 2006) and editor on Chicks in White Satin, which premiered at Sundance and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1994. He recently finished editing When We Walk, directed by Jason DaSilva, a follow-up to his award-winning film When I Walk. Our timing was intentional. Cooked: Survival by Zip Code tells the story of the tragic 1995 Chicago heatwave, the most traumatic in U.S. history, in which 739 citizens died over the course of just a single week, most of them poor, elderly, and African American. Such persons or entities may send you periodic communications about related events, services, and support. Cooked: Survival by Zip Code Posted by: Don Schwartz - January 9, 2020 - 10:38pm “It had never been more obvious to me how deeply flawed and immoral our national priorities are. Airways Freight Corp. is the official shipper of State of the Art. Sparking democracy through documentary since 1966, Kartemquin is a collaborative center empowering filmmakers who create documentaries that foster a more engaged and just society. He has an MFA in Film Production from the University of Southern California, an MBA from New York University and a BA from Middlebury College. Cooked: Survival by Zip Code tells the story of the tragic 1995 Chicago heatwave, the most traumatic in U.S. history, in which 739 citizens died over the course of just a single week, most of them poor, elderly, and African American. Shantell is an equity officer helping the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation ask deep questions about the realities and new futures that an equitable Arkansas would mean for all of its residents. Contemplating the word and idea ‘disaster,’ Helfand expands the notion to include poverty, under-resourced communities, and discrimination—'disasters in slow motion.' I started this film questioning our very definition of ‘disaster,’ and amending it, convinced that if we just enlarge that definition, we could address the underlying conditions that are literally killing people every day.” Judith Helfand, The Chicago 1995 heat wave that killed at least 739 people is the inciting incident in Judth Helfand’s Cooked: Disaster by Zip Code. She is currently producing END OF LOVE, a story about the dangerous intersection of technology, adolescence and porn. Chicago and Cook County: Today and Moving Forward, Opening Night Q&A with COOKED Filmmakers & Film Subjects, Social Determinants of Health: Closing the Life Expectancy Gap, From A Social Autopsy to A Palace for the People, Radical Resilience: The Art and Soul of Place Making, Place Taking-back and Transformation, Reframing the Disaster: Language and Messaging Around Systemic Poverty, Racism, and Climate Crisis, Environmental Justice from Resilience to Resistance, Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (KIPCOR) 2020-2021 Film Series, Panel at Milwaukee International Film Festival, Global Symposium on Sustainable Cities and Neighborhoods, Reframing the Disaster: Language and Messaging Around Systemic Poverty, Racism and our Climate Crisis, Social Determinants of Health: Closing the Life Expectancy Gap - Part 1, Social Determinants of Health: Closing the Life Expectancy Gap - Part 2, From A Social Autopsy to A Palace for the People: A conversation with filmmaker Judith Helfand and author, Eric Klinenberg about the value of social capital and community-based institutions as life saving forces. Focusing on music icons like Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Robbie Robertson, and Randy Castillo, Rumble shows how these pioneering Native American musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives. COOKED: Survival By Zip Code will be having an encore broadcast on Monday, July 13th, 2020 on PBS Independent Lens, the 25th anniversary of the most traumatic heatwave in U.S. history. Simeon also edited the documentary Vessel, about the Dutch abortion activist Rebecca Gomperts and her organization Women on Waves. ------------------------------------------------------ May 6 - Shelter in Place Virtual Film Series - Arkansas PBS, May 16 - First Church in Jamaica Plain Unitarian Universalist - Jamaica Plain, MA [VIRTUAL SCREENING].