Bernardo Ruiz’s Harvest Season Premieres Monday, May 13 on Independent Lens on PBS and PBS.org
Documentary Spotlights California’s Mexican American Winemakers and the Migrant Workers Behind Every Bottle
David Sutherland’s Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
Premieres Monday, April 15 on PBS and PBS.org
Special Presentation of Independent Lens, FRONTLINE and VOCES
Awards Go to Twelve Film and Digital Media Projects
Ten Latina Filmmakers Receive Funding
John Leguizamo’s Road to Broadway follows the always provocative Leguizamo as he prepares for his most challenging theatrical quest yet – cramming 3,000 years of Latino history into 90 minutes of stage time for his one man show.
Caracol Cruzando is a Timely Animated Film Touching on the Harsh Realities of Immigration for Undocumented Families
Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB), a non-profit organization funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, today announced its new Current Issues Fund (CIF).
New Documentary Examines the Life and Death of Citizen Journalist Brad Will
Film Uncovers True Story Behind Legendary Chicano Activist Oscar Zeta Acosta, the Real-life Inspiration For Hunter S. Thompson’s Dr. Gonzo
A Look at the Unorthodox Life and Complex Legacy of Oscar Zeta Acosta: The Chicano Movement’s Forgotten Activist Hero, Attorney and Literary Celebrity