September 9th, 2008

  • Joshua V. Hassel

    I have recently produced and directed the KBDI PBS – Colorado Public Television Documentary Allen True’s West.
    What is the process to submit a program for consideration to be featured on American Masters?

  • Gene Christopher

    Can a college/university use an American Masters video that they have purchased in a public showing on campus where no admission is charged.

    Gene Christopher

  • Roberta Rosenberg


    I’ve been all over the PBS website as I’m trying to find when two particular programs will be aired once again and cannot find future programming anywhere. They are: “The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes,” – the documentary on Garrison Keillor, and “Holes in My Shoes.” – the documentary on Jack Beers.

    I would be most appreciative if someone could let me know if these two programs are indeed scheduled to air on PBS in the near future.

    Many thanks in advance!

  • cain pence

    Has anyone heard of folksinger/writer Thomas Kivi? His work should be featured someday. He is the next Paul Simon! Thank you.



  • rosemary klingen

    When will the movie “Holes in my Shoes” be shown again?

  • Bonnie Vigeland

    When will we be able to buy a DVD of I.M. PEI: BUILDING MODERN CHINA (American Masters)?

  • David Wachs

    For all those interested in Holes In My Shoes, please contact me, David Wachs – director, at I will put you on the mailing list and and also i can make the film available to you via streaming online or DVD, at a low and fair price, if that’s what you’d like.

    I believe PBS intend to air it again at a good time some time soon. Write to me and I will keep you advised.



  • Charles Paldy

    Hi, I would like to purchase a copy of Holes in My Shoes for my personal use. I found it inspiring.

  • Tina

    Is there a reason that you have not done a show highlighting the life and works of William Verdult, a.k. a. “The Dutchmaster”? At 73 years old, he is still producing paintings that touch the hearts of those in the art world. He is one of the most prolific artists alive today. His collections include “Religious Icons”, “Kings And Queens”, “Wild West”, “King Tut”, “Landscapes and Seascapes”, “Abstracts”, and “Portraits”. He is the only artist that embellishes his paintings with real gemstones: diamonds, rubies, sapphires, pearls, etc. He is also the only artist that uses so many different techniques, and styles. Most artists find one style that fits them, but not Mr. Verdult. His collectors include but are not limited to Telly Savalas, Robert Redford, Farrah Fawcett, and Frank Sinatra. It would be a shame for this gentleman to pass away without the recognition he deserves.

  • Eun Young Choi

    Will the Eames documentary airing on 12/19 at 10pm be available to view online later?


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