Now Showing > The State of Arizona, captures the explosive emotions and complex realities behind Arizona’s headline-grabbing struggle with illegal immigration, which is reshaping the national conversation around immigration reform. The State of Arizona holds a mirror and asks Americans who they are, and who they want to be.
The State of Arizona, our current Community Cinema feature, explores immigration in the U.S. from several different sides of the issue, in a compelling documentary that makes the viewer consider the line between States Rights and Human Rights.more »
Fear and anger are great motivators, especially when fueled by curiosity. We felt them all as we watched Arizona’s struggle with immigration unfolding in the headlines in 2010.more »
Latinos are the youngest and fastest growing population in the United States, yet the voices of Latino youth are rarely heard in mainstream media. An inspiring new class of graduates is changing that.more »
Join the special online encore screening Tuesday, October 22, 10pET featuring the Independent Lens film, The Waiting Room by Peter Nicks. Chat live about healthcare while watching this cinema vérité portrait of a California city’s public safety-net hospital as it struggles to handle patient overload in a swooning economy and a constantly shifting landscape of health care policy. Login to the screening at bit.ly/WaitingOVEE.more »
KLRN Public Television launched its season of Community Cinema with an incredible screening of The Graduates/Los Graduados in San Antonio, Texas Thursday, October 17th. What did viewers in the state with one of the largest Latino youth population in the country think of the film? Read more from KLRN staff member Jesus Fonseca.more »