The House I Live In questions long drug war
Eugene Jarecki won the 2012 Sundance Film Festival documentary Grand Jury Prize and then kept going.
— Sacramento Bee
Wonder Woman's invisible jet still off Hollywood's radar
We took the topic to filmmaker Kristy Guevara-Flanagan (Going on 13) whose documentary Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines is airing next week on PBS and has been the subject of community screenings around the country.
— Entertainment Weekly
Mandatory Minimum Sentencing
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Longform Doc Kind Hearted Woman Follows a Single Mother's Journey Away From the Reservation
Sutherland's latest film is Kind Hearted Woman, which is airing on two parts on PBS, presented by Frontline in partnership with Independent Lens.
— Indie Wire
In Kind Hearted Woman, a dark, resilient family portrait
David Sutherland’s critically acclaimed documentaries are known for their depth of intimacy and long-form commitment to the filmmaking process, often taking three years or more to capture their subjects’ daily lives, and battles, in revealing detail.
— Boston Globe
Frontline Series Kind Hearted Woman
Huffingtonpost Live Video: Frontline spent three years with Robin Poor Bear, an Ogala Sioux woman struggling to heal from child sexual abuse and alcoholism in order to protect her own children.
— Huffington Post
PBS focuses on a Kind Hearted Minnesotan
PBS documentary showcases the troubles and triumphs of a Kind Hearted Minnesotan.
— Star Tribune
Kind Hearted Woman, Raped by Dad at 3, Helps Others Heal
When Robin Poor Bear was in her 20s, she asked for a Native American name. The Road Man, or spiritual leader, came up with Kind Hearted Woman.
TV Reviews: Kind Hearted Woman, ‘Vice’
Juxtaposed against TV’s popular versions of “reality” as well as the medium’s increasingly fuzzy definition of “news,” it’s worth taking a look at two programs premiering early next month: David Sutherland’s Kind Hearted Woman, a 4 hour, 40-minute documentary airing on PBS under the banners of “Frontline” and Independent Lens; and “Vice,” a half-hour HBO news program from international hot spots, produced by Bill Maher.
Wonder Woman: Time for the Amazon warrior to get her own movie?
The documentary, which premieres April 15 on the PBS Independent Lens series, will be screened Thursday evening at KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum in Pasadena, followed by a panel discussion co-hosted by Community Cinema.
— LA Times