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INDEPENDENT LENS "Dolores" Receives Imagen Award Nomination

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On Thursday, June 28, 2018, the Imagen Foundation announced the 33rd Annual Imagen Awards nominations. The Imagen Awards recognize programs and individuals that advance the positive portrayal and number of Latinos on screen. PBS was honored with a Best Documentary nomination for INDEPENDENT LENS “Dolores.”

 

Among the other nominations received by the public broadcasting system were a nod for ADELANTE! From Milwaukee PBS for Best Informational Program (Local or National).  PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE from American Public Television is nominated for Best Variety or Reality Show. WORLD Channel’s AMERICA REFRAMED: FAREWELL FERRIS WHEEL and KCET’S LOST LA both earned nominations for Best Documentary, and STORYBORED USA from WORLD Channel is up for Best Short-Form Non-Fiction Program.

 

Winners will be announced on  August 25, 2018, at the JW Marriott Los Angeles at LA Live. For a complete list of all Imagen Award nominees, click here .

 

PBS congratulates all public television nominees on their Imagen Award nominations!

 

INDEPENDENT LENS “Dolores”

Best Documentary

PBS; The Dolores Huerta Film Project, LLC, 4 Stick Films, Carlos Santana

 

AMERICA REFRAMED: FAREWELL FERRIS WHEEL

Best Documentary

World Channel; Kola Pictures, Latino Public Broadcasting, Independent Television Service (ITVS), American Documentary


CITY RISING

Best Documentary

KCET

 

LOST LA

Best Documentary

KCET

 

ADELANTE!

Best Informational Program (Local or National)

Milwaukee PBS

 

PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE

Best Variety or Reality Show

American Public Television

 

STORYBORED USA

Best Short-Form Non-Fiction Program

WORLD Channel YouTube; William D. Caballero, Latino Public Broadcasting, WORLD Channel, KQED)