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  1. ITVS International Call Profile: Qi Zhou

    November 23, 2011

    The ITVS International Call deadline is quickly approaching on December 9, 2011. Leading up to the date, BTB has profiled several international filmmakers who have received ITVS support. This week, we get to know filmmaker Qi Zhou, who received funding for his documentary Fallen City. The filmmaker joined us via Skype (forgive the quality) from

  2. ITVS Brings You Haiti Then and Now

    January 12, 2011

    There are several programs focusing on Haiti this week, a year after the country was devastated by a 7.0 earthquake. In addition to Children of Haiti, which broadcast Tuesday night on Independent Lens, ITVS has profiled issues in Haiti in the past in these two films: Egalité for All: Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution tells the story of a

  3. Live Chat with Children of Haiti Filmmaker Alex Hammond

    January 12, 2011

    BTB is pleased to welcome the director of Children of Haiti, Alex Hammond, for a live chat today, Wednesday January 12 at Noon Pacific (3 PM EST). Children of Haiti aired Tuesday night on Independent Lens, one year after the devastating earthquake rocked the nation. Log on to the event below and start loading your questions for Alex. We hope to get to them all.

  4. Tonight on Independent Lens: Children of Haiti

    January 11, 2011

    In the midst of Haiti’s lush mountains and historical relics is an epidemic of over 500,000 orphan children who wander the streets day and night. Known as the “soulless” and forgotten by their own people, they do what they must to survive each day. Children of Haiti, airing Tuesday night at 10 PM on Independent Lens (check local listings) follows three

  5. Children of Haiti – One Year Later

    January 10, 2011

    This Tuesday, Independent Lens presents the documentary Children of Haiti, one year after the country was rocked by a devastating earthquake. The film follows three Haitian teenage boys who live on the streets as they reflect on their country, their lives, and the hope they have for a better future. Regine Zamor is one of the producers of Children of