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A Filmmaker Delves into the Secrecy Surrounding the Death of Her Uncle In ‘Memories of a Penitent Heart,’ Airing July 31, 2017 on POV

Film Explores The Darker Side Of Faith, Redemption And The Thin Line Between Sinners And Saints

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JOHN J. VALADEZ’S ‘THE HEAD OF JOAQUIN MURRIETA’ PREMIERES ON PBS STATIONS FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH 2017

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.

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‘BEYOND LA BAMBA’ PREMIERES ON PBS STATIONS FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH 2017

A New Immigrant Brings an Old Musical Tradition to the Midwest

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NEW DIGITAL SHORT FILM “AMIGAS WITH BENEFITS” FROM LATINO PUBLIC BROADCASTING SELECTED FOR PBS ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL July 17-28, 2017

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.

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PBS Welcomes Back LATIN MUSIC USA

A Celebration of the Latino Contribution to the American Songbook

Two-Hour Encore Episodes Air April 28th & May 5th at 9:00 P.M.

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PBS Acquires Sundance Doc “Dolores”

PBS Distribution to Lead Theatrical Release This Fall

Documentary to Broadcast on INDEPENDENT LENS in 2018

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THIRTEEN’s ‘The Talk – Race in America’ Tackles the Issue of Young People of Color and Their Uneasy Encounters With Law Enforcement Monday, February 20, 9 p.m. on PBS

The all-too-familiar conversation that black and Latino parents have with their children reveals the current state of race relations in America

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LATINO PUBLIC BROADCASTING ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF THE 2016 PUBLIC MEDIA CONTENT FUND

Awards Go to Ten Film and Digital Media Projects

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HECTOR GALÁN’S “WILLIE VELASQUEZ: YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE” PREMIERES MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 ON PBS

Part of PBS Election 2016 Programming, New Documentary Examines the Pioneering Activist Who Mobilized the Power of the Latino Vote

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