For the past 8 months I've been producing a documentary for CET, the Cincinnati PBS Member Station about the historic renovation of Cincinnati's Music Hall. Known throughout the country as one of the countries most well known concert venues, Music Hall is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera, and Ballet. For 16 months, the doors of Music Hall will close, as a historic renovation process ensues. CET will document this process…Continue
Added by Don Hancock on January 5, 2017 at 9:44pm — No Comments
I’m very excited to share that Off the Menu: Asian America, a new documentary I produced and directed premieres nationally on PBS next Tuesday Dec. 8. Please check your local TV listings for exact airdates.
Thanks to all of you who have been supportive of this project over the past year. It’s been an incredible experience both filming and sharing the film with audiences around the country who have wholeheartedly embraced the breadth and complexity of…
Added by Grace Lee on December 7, 2015 at 7:01pm — No Comments
The AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards represent the pinnacle of achievement for professional journalists in the science writing field. What an honor!
Here's an excerpt from the announcement below. You can read the…Continue
A program I produced and directed with Center for Asian American Media, CPB and KQED will air nationally on PBS on Dec 8, 2015 at 8pm.
In the meantime, you can catch the film at various festival and community screenings this fall. I will update the screenings as they become public. But you can learn more and watch a trailer here.
Added by Grace Lee on September 15, 2015 at 7:23pm — No Comments
What happened after Goldilocks ate Bear's porridge? Find out on a new show from Disney Junior I created with Rick Gitelson with the catchiest kids music ever by the amazing Rob Cantor and great animation from NYC's Milk Barn and talented director Chris Gilligan, and some of the best voice…Continue
Added by Jorge Aguirre on September 14, 2015 at 3:31pm — No Comments
Thanks to Judith, my documentary students produced a response film to Birth of a Nation. It will be exhibited as part of a student film showcase for Friday, Sept. 18.
Judith spoke to my class in the spring semester and they loved her stories and comments about their personal projects. As a culminating group project, the students produced a composite of video letters addressing the themes presented in the film. They wanted the millennial perspective to be…Continue
Added by Van Dora Williams on September 14, 2015 at 1:18pm — No Comments
I was recently was honored with a Los Angeles Emmy Award in the Arts, Culture/History category for "Mia, a dancer's journey." I work-shopped this film at the CPB/PBS Producer's Academy at WGBH in 2011, and I know that the experience helped to improve the overall program. Since then, the film has aired nationally on PBS stations and won many awards. I am so happy to share this Emmy news with my fellow Producer's Academy alumni. Thank you CPB/PBS and WGBH! …Continue
Added by Brenda Brkusic on July 28, 2015 at 8:37pm — No Comments
Wanted to let folks know that my short doc "Poustinia: The Art of Gendron Jensen" will be airing on WORLD CHANNEL beginning May 12 at 9:30pm EST following "Winning Girl: America ReFramed". Other stations are taking it from NETA offer and scheduling individually. Response has been all positive! WORLD is found on WLIW in NYC, KOCE in LA, KQED in SF, WTTW in Chicago, etc. etc.
Added by Kristian Berg on May 11, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
(2004 – Rah!)
I continue to work as a staff producer for OPB’s local history series, “Oregon Experience, “ and we’ve just wrapped-up our ninth season. My most recent projects include:
A one-hour profile of Oregon’s most productive – and most interesting – governor, the late Tom McCall.…
Added by Eric Cain on May 10, 2015 at 8:18pm — No Comments
If you're thinking of using OVEE to do an online screening of your documentary, try it out as a viewer first. We have an online screening/discussion of "EcoShakespeare" today at 1pm ET. I'm moderating so I'll be there. The producer of this program is Rob Diaz de Villegas (also a Producers Workshop…Continue
Its been four years. Which is both no time and a lot of time. Since Boston, I moved from WMHT in Albany to Mountain Lake PBS in Plattsburgh New York to take the helm from another talented workshopper, Colin Powers, as Director of Production and Content. I worked there for about 2.5 years. In that time I earned a New England Emmy, went to Afghanistan, Rwanda, Poland and some other far less interesting places. I moved back to Albany six months ago to take a job as the new VP, Production at…Continue
Added by Dan Swinton on April 1, 2015 at 4:39pm — No Comments
My wife and I profiled our Adirondack friends in this nice little piece for TED in November: Click the "Ted Blog" link for the full article.
Added by Colin Powers on April 1, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
A lot has been going on for me since I last checked in. I hope all is well with each of you. I've seen a few folks over the past two years, but we definitely need to have a reunion soon. Congrats on everyone's successes!
So, here's an update from me: After a great year long festival run, we premiered A FRAGILE TRUST on Independent Lens last May.…Continue
Added by Brittney Shepherd on March 31, 2015 at 12:26pm — No Comments
MEMORIES OF A PENITENT HEART, a personal documentary film by Cecilia Aldarondo, was awarded a Sundance grant and we're coming close to Rough Cut 1. Check out the trailer here:
Added by Patricia Benabe on March 31, 2015 at 12:25pm — No Comments
Wanted to share the trailer of IN FOOTBALL WE TRUST, a film that I produced and co-directed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnxzYQRBlyE
It was workshopped at WGBH and after 5 years in the making, we premiered at Sundance. Right now I'm between LA, SF and Salt Lake City. If you're ever headed out to UT, let me know!
Brian Knappenberger, who directed my ICE WARRIORS film last year, tells me he is staffing up for a new series, describing it as “investigative/political/civil liberties with a heavy layer of tech. It explores abuses of power mostly around technology but also subjects like privatized prisons, etc.” I don’t know more about the project than this, but Brian is a brilliant director and his Luminant Media company does great work. He's looking for "pretty much the whole range of…Continue
Added by Judith Vecchione on March 31, 2015 at 9:47am — No Comments
With great sadness I’m writing to let you know that John Siceloff passed away last Friday after battling a fast-growing cancer. John, who taught for us at the CPB/PBS Producers Workshop at WGBH and at the special Workshop we did for Puerto Rico’s public television, was a wonderful, caring soul who’d worked for more than 20 years as an award-winning broadcast news producer, for ABC, NBC, CBS, and PBS, where he launched Now with Bill Moyers. After years of journalism in the US,…Continue
Added by Judith Vecchione on March 10, 2015 at 9:34am — No Comments
To all Dallas and Chicago based producers, please do come out and check out THE IMMORTALISTS, in part of its winding-down from the nation-wide run.…Continue
Added by David Alvarado on January 9, 2015 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Happy 2015! Looking back, last year was remarkable. Finally made Penn State lion shrine come to life in 3D photorealistic computer animation (w/FuseFX in Burbank) for a 30 second spot (I saw it play during SONS OF ANARCHY between Jack Daniels and Harley ads) - I entered and won the top prize in Script Pipeline's Great TV show idea contest with treatment for SILENT PICTURE reality/documentary series (my DINO DUELS animation series treatment was a finalist last year) - screened my short doc…Continue
Added by Kristian Berg on January 2, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments
The NALIP WORLD Channel American Graduate Digital Video Project RFP will award three $15K grants to create digital video shorts.
The NALIP WORLD Channel American Graduate Digital Video Project is a competitive open call to media producers to submit RFP (Request for Proposals) for digital video shorts in support of American Graduate: Let’s Make it…