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“Unladylike2020” now includes Spanish translations on documentary shorts

Through the work of students in a Spanish language class at Stanford University, American Masters’ 26-episode digital series, “Unladylike2020,” is now available for viewing and streaming with Spanish subtitling. Narrated by Julianna Margulies and Lorraine Toussaint, “Unladylike2020” launched in March 2020, spotlighting 26 diverse changemakers ...

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American Masters celebrates NAACP Image Award nominations

How It Feels to Be Free has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the category of Outstanding Documentary (Television). How It Feels To Be Free tells the inspiring story of how six iconic African American female entertainers – Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, ...

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An American Masters holiday playlist

Get festive this holiday season with the American Masters playlist, comprised of performers we’ve featured throughout the series. From Bing Crosby to Jimi Hendrix, from country to reggae, enjoy each American Master putting their spin on holiday classics. So sit around the PBS NewsHour Yule ...

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Unladylike2020 – Jovita Idar nominated for an Imagen Award

American Masters celebrates an Imagen Award nomination for Unladylike 2020 – Jovita Idar  in the category of Best Short Film. The Imagen Foundation recognizes Latinx talent, celebrating diversity in the entertainment industry. The awards are determined by an independent panel of industry executives and Latino ...

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American Masters celebrates Emmy®-nominated season

American Masters celebrates 10 documentaries as part of our Emmy®-nominated season in the category of “Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series” at the 73rd Emmy Awards. We congratulate Kathryn Bostic for her nomination as composer of Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir in the category of “Outstanding Music ...

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