Actress Malin Akerman Joins Nicholas Kristof to Support The PBS Series: A Path Appears
I highly recommend it for anyone who is interested in learning more about the challenges our global community faces today, and the uplifting understanding of how we can each make a difference to improve the quality of life for those most in need.
— Huffington Post
Blake Lively: What I Learned from Meeting Sex Trafficking Victims
Blake Lively, Ashley Judd and Mia Farrow are among numerous celebrities taking on causes close to their hearts, and their work is featured in a new documentary.
A Path Appears: Finding Hope and Horror While Uncovering Stories of Global Gender Oppression
PBS' Independent Lens debuts a sobering three-part documentary series on Monday: A Path Appears, based on the book by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.
— Indie Wire
Eva Longoria Addresses Teen Pregnancy in PBS Documentary A Path Appears
On February 2, audiences across America will follow Eva Longoria to the slums of Cartagena, Colombia to investigate teen pregnancy as a part of the PBS documentary A Path Appears.
— Hollywood Reporter
Lured Off the Streets, a Look at How Young Women Become Sex Trafficking Victims
Thousands of young American women who slip into the seedy world of prostitution, advocates say, do so through no choice of their own. It begins with a pimp befriending them, giving them a place to stay, and then turning them out on the streets or in online ads to sell their bodies.
Ashley Judd on a Future in Politics: "I Might Run Someday"
Is there a future in politics for Ashley Judd?
"I might run someday," the actress told The Hill about a possible grab for political office. The actress is currently promoting a three-part PBS documentary series called A Path Appears, out Jan 26.
— Hollywood Reporter
Ashley Judd: ‘I might run some day’
The Hill caught up with Ashley Judd on Tuesday at a discussion at the Meridian International Center in Washington about the upcoming documentary series A Path Appears.
— The Hill
Evolution of a Criminal Airs on PBS
In his debut documentary Evolution of a Criminal, Texas filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe weaves together autobiography and atonement, dramatic reenactments and talking head interviews. It airs tonight on PBS’ Independent Lens.
— Austin Chronicle
FROM BANK ROBBER TO FILMMAKER, DARIUS CLARK MONROE TELLS A PERSONAL STORY IN EVOLUTION OF A CRIMINAL
Co.Create talked to filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe about the making of his film, which was first screened at SXSW last year and will make its television debut on January 12 as part of PBS’ Independent Lens series.
— Fast Company
If You Missed the Evolution of a Criminal Limited Theatrical Run, It Premieres on PBS' Independent Lens Jan 12 (Watch 3 Clips)
In Evolution of a Criminal, filmmaker Monroe explores what led him to pull a heist as a teenager in Texas, and returns to the scene of the crime.
— IndieWire - Shadow & Act