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Independent Lens Nominated for 10 News & Doc Emmys




On the heels of the Primetime Emmy Award nomination for The Great Invisible, Independent Lens learned today that our series received 10 (count ’em, ten!) nominations for the 36th annual News & Doc Emmys, including three nominations for The Trials of Muhammad … Continue reading




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Filmmakers Explore The State of Arizona




Doing a fair-minded film about an issue as contentious as U.S. immigration policy is no easy task, but filmmakers Catherine Tambini and Carlos Sandoval aren’t strangers to dealing with some of the more painful aspects of immigration. Their previous film … Continue reading




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Test Your Knowledge on Immigration




On the occasion of the premiere of the documentary The State of Arizona [on PBS January 27; check local listings], we’ve created a new quiz on American immigration. You may find some of the questions challenging, and just as many answers surprising, as … Continue reading




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Independent Lens Announces Winter/Spring 2014 Season




We’re excited to officially announce the Independent Lens Winter/Spring 2014 lineup, the second half of our current season, presenting a varied selection of independent docs from both first-time filmmakers and familiar names like Frederick Wiseman and Bill Siegel. Premieres range from Spies … Continue reading




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