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.
A Celebration of the Latino Contribution to the American Songbook
Two-Hour Encore Episodes Air April 28th & May 5th at 9:00 P.M.
PBS Distribution to Lead Theatrical Release This Fall
Documentary to Broadcast on INDEPENDENT LENS in 2018
The all-too-familiar conversation that black and Latino parents have with their children reveals the current state of race relations in America
Awards Go to Ten Film and Digital Media Projects
Part of PBS Election 2016 Programming, New Documentary Examines the Pioneering Activist Who Mobilized the Power of the Latino Vote
Rebroadcast on PBS stations scheduled as a Lead Up to the ABTN One-Hour Election Special, “The New Deciders” broadcast on September 6, 2016
(Los Angeles, CA) June 29, 2016 – This summer, three original new short films from Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) will premiere on PBS.org as part of the PBS Online Film Festival and PBS Indies. The three new works by emerging young Latino filmmakers explore issues of gender, sexuality and acceptance. Drowning is the poignant story of a bullied overweight teenager and his first love, while Gold Star and Vámonos explore long-standing Latino cultural attitudes toward the LGBT community.
Washington, D.C. – Today, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus’ Diversity and Inclusion Task Force announced a new initiative to address the lack of diversity in our workforce. The CHC Diversity and Inclusion Task Force is co-chaired by Senator Robert Menendez and Congressman Ruben Gallego and includes Congressman Ben Ray Luján.