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Bully: Learn More and Do More about Bullying

Watching Lee Hirsch’s film Bully, which has its television premiere on Independent Lens this Monday October 13 at 10pm [check local listings], is meant to be both an emotional experience and an educational one. But Bully itself is only a start in working towards changing a culture of bullying inside and outside schools. The film’s Bully Project social action campaign is designed to … READ MORE

Independent Lens Announces New Fall Slate

Independent Lens officially announces our new slate of films scheduled to air in the fall 2014 on PBS. The series will take viewers around the globe to explore fascinating human stories in documentaries from the U.S., Norway, Japan, Bhutan, and India. Hope you’ll travel with us.

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Vote for the 2013-2014 Independent Lens Audience Award!

Now that the Independent Lens 2013-2014 season is officially concluded, voting for the Audience Award is heating up. If you haven’t already, rate and vote for your favorite films from this past season by going to our Audience Awards page. In order to avoid ballot box stuffing, once your vote is recorded for a given … READ MORE

Decisions on Deadline: Journalism Game

Connected to Samantha Grant’s film A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at The New York Times, which premiered this week on Independent Lens (check local listings to see if it’s airing again in your area), we’ve collaborated with the filmmakers on a new game that explores the ethical debate central to Blair’s story. As Grant … READ MORE