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  1. In the News: The Latest on ITVS Programs

    August 17, 2010

     Film Series to Empower Women Independent Television Service, producers of Emmy-award winning documentaries for public television, has teamed up with the Chicago Foundation for Women, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Chicago Public Media to present the Women’s Empowerment Summer Film Series — a free series of screenings highlighting

  2. Keith Maitland at KLRU's Texas Independents' Day

    March 4, 2010

    Earlier this week, PBS affiliate KLRU in Austin, Texas, commemorated Texas Independents’ Day by celebrating the work of three local filmmakers whose work will appear on this season of Independent Lens. Learn more about the event from Keith Maitland, filmmaker of The Eyes of Me.Last night, nearly 200 people gathered in a dark room to share an hour-long look

  3. The Eyes Of Me Finishes Community Cinema Run and Airs Tomorrow

    March 1, 2010

    Community Cinema held 47 free events for Keith Maitland's documentary The Eyes Of Me, which follows four visually impaired teenagers in Texas as they face the usual challenges of adolescence while simultaneously learning to navigate a world designed for the sighted. The film will have its television premiere tomorrow, March 2, at 10:00 PM on

  4. KLRU Celebrates Local Filmmakers Featured on Independent Lens

    February 26, 2010

    Do you live near Austin, Texas? Love indie film? On March 2, KLRU-Austin will commemorate Texas Independents’ Day by celebrating the work of three local filmmakers whose work will appear on this season of Independent Lens on PBS. Filmmaker and University of Texas Professor Paul Stekler will moderate a panel discussion with Michel O. Scott (The Horse Boy),

  5. Free Screening of BRONX PRINCESS This Saturday in Little Ghana Neighborhood

    August 25, 2009

    BRONX PRINCESS tells the true story of Rocky Otoo, the Bronx-born teenage daughter of royal Ghanaian parents. With freedom in sight, this sassy, college-bound overachiever rebels against working at her mother’s beauty shop moves to Ghana, West Africa, with her royal father and reconciles her African heritage with her dream of independence. Funded by