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The Kitchen Sisters, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva. Photo by Laura Folger Since the late 1970s, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva---better known as The Kitchen Sisters ---have been broadcasting stories from little-known corners of America. The award-winning team of independent radio producers explored...
Poster courtesy of International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management doesn’t exactly bear a name that screams arts organization. And that’s because it isn’t one: it’s a research and policy center that...
Hank Greenberg, the subject of Aviva Kempner's documentary The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg . Photo cropped from a posed picture of 1937 Major League Baseball All-Stars in Washington, DC. Image used courtesy of Wikimedia Commons . Every year, the Washington Jewish Film Festival (WJFF)...
This week's podcast features the executive director of the Sundance Institute, Keri Putnam, in a conversation about Film Forward . Film Forward is a program that takes ten independent films from the U.S. and abroad and presents them to audiences in locations across the country and around the...
People standing in a line in front of old brick buildings with green awnings to get tickets to a movie.
Over Labor Day weekend 2011, the Telluride Film Festival hosted approximately 6,000 avid filmgoers, including the filmmakers whose work was screened and a tireless corp of volunteers who did everything...
Director Asghar Farhadi at the 2011 Telluride Film Festival for the showing of his film A Separation.
Opening Credits Telluride Film Festival (TFF) should not be a success. For one thing, despite having paid for tickets well in advance, you don't learn which films are playing until...
If you don’t know what Grab Day is, then listen to this week’s podcast. It’s a conversation with Native-American filmmaker Billy Luther, who made the documentary GRAB . Luther grew up celebrating Grab Day with his father’s family in the Laguna Pueblo of New Mexico. Grab Day...
by Guiomar Ochoa Diego Luna at a September screening of The Invisibles by Ambulante co-founder Gael Garcia Bernal, hosted by Washington Office of Latin America. Photo courtesy of Pennie Ojeda "Whenever you tell a real story, it ends up making a social statement. We believe that the more a film...
This week’s podcast features a conversation with David Seidler, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of The King’s Speech . The film also received the much-coveted best picture nod, as well as an Oscar for Colin Firth’s portrayal of England’s George VI, who was determined...
Juan Devis (right) interviews urban planner John Arroyo at the confluence of the Los Angeles River and the Arroyo Seco. Photo courtesy of KCET Good criticism reveals layers of hidden meaning, allowing audiences to uncover the relationship a particular work of art has to place and community. A...

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