Latino Public Broadcasting Announced As One Of The Recipients Of A 2017 John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Award
Timely Web Series Explores the Dynamics of America’s Relationship with Mexico Through the Lens of the San Diego/Tijuana Border
Inside Look at the Mexican Laborers Keeping America’s Carnival Industry Alive
As Singer Raul Malo of The Mavericks Explores His Cuban Heritage in Breakthrough Performance Documentary
Legal Limitations on Conscious Adults Come to Light
Film Explores The Darker Side Of Faith, Redemption And The Thin Line Between Sinners And Saints
Deeply personal, often irreverent and always surprising, the new 30-minute film The Head of Joaquin Murrieta premieres on PBS stations nationwide during Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 (September 15-October 15); check local listings.
A New Immigrant Brings an Old Musical Tradition to the Midwest
The new digital short film Amigas with Benefits, an LGBTQ story with an unexpected twist, will premiere in July on PBS.org as part of the 2017 PBS Online Film Festival.