“For me it means more people might be exposed to this story about the visionary life and ideas of Grace Lee Boggs.” – Grace Lee
In her directorial debut, she tells a story about a brother and sister on the Pine Ridge reservation.
APA heritage gets a new perspective with America ReFramed on World Channel this May.
An interview with Academy-Award nominated filmmaker Rory Kennedy on making the “Last Days in Vietnam.” The film premieres on PBS Tuesday, April 28.
The director’s latest film about the Mandarin Restaurant’s Cecilia Chiang comes to PBS this May.
“…Vietnamese are not victims—they are survivors, they are fighters, they are strong women and men who are proud. They are the more interesting and compelling main characters in my lens.”
The director of “Live from New York!” talks about filmmaking and his newest webseries, “Employed Identity,” coming soon to PBS.org.
This year’s Himalayan Film Festival is May 1-2 in San Francisco.
CAAM presents a documentary slate of 11 films including the “Filipino American Lives” series hosted by Lea Salonga, and more, to air nationally on public TV in May.