Presented by Latino Public Broadcasting, Joyride, the powerful, digital short that depicts a road trip about letting go of the past and intergenerational healing has debuted on July 13, 2020 in PBS’ Short Film Festival.
Critically acclaimed films tackle social issues, from economic inequity to voter suppression: 80 percent directed by women and two thirds by filmmakers of color
America’s longest-running documentary series premieres July 20 on PBS with Linda Goldstein Knowlton’s We Are The Radical Monarchs—free educational resources for every film
And She Could Be Next, directed by Grace Lee and Marjan Safinia, tells the story of a defiant movement of women of color, transforming politics from the ground up. The series follows candidates and organizers across the country, asking whether democracy itself can be preserved—and made stronger—by those most marginalized. The series features history-makers including Rashida Tlaib and Stacey Abrams.
America’s Longest-Running Documentary Series Premieres July 20
with WE ARE THE RADICAL MONARCHS, and will also feature
AND SHE COULD BE NEXT, THROUGH THE NIGHT,
THE INFILTRATORS, and THE MOLE AGENT
Documentary Tracks the History and Legacy of a Groundbreaking Multiethnic Alliance of Community Groups that Changed the Face of 1960s Chicago Politics
Awards Go to Fifteen Film and Digital Media Projects
Discover Why the Bronx Burned in the 1970s and Meet Those who Chose to Resist, Remain and Rebuild
Film documenting dance program for students with disabilities premieres on Tuesday, October 29, at 8 p.m. on WORLD Channel