When History is Silent: Overcoming Trauma Through the Restoration of Cultural Memory
As November wraps up, we'd like to honor it as Native American Heritage Month by exploring the themes of history, memory, and trauma in two recently-broadcast America ReFramed films. Op-Doc: “A Marriage to Remember” by 'The Genius of Marian' filmmaker Banker White
Watch A Marriage to Remember, an Op-Doc from The New York Times by The Genius of Marian filmmaker Banker White. #365Docs: Stories We Tell (2/365)
"It's an interrogation process." Nostalgia for the Light: “This is one of the films of the year.”
Read what critics are saying about Nostalgia for the Light, premiering tonight on PBS! Watch 'Nostalgia for the Light' on your iPad or iPhone Starting Oct. 19!
You can watch the critically-acclaimed 'Nostalgia for the Light' starting October 19, 2012 on the PBS app for iPhone and iPad! Alan Berliner's 'First Cousin Once Removed'
Berliner’s film ought to resonate in a deeply personal way to anyone who has struggled to remember a lost love, a precious memory, or who has had a family member who experienced dementia in any way. In other words, the film could speak to just about anyone.