Estrenará PBS serie documental Los Graduados
The Graduates/Los graduados se estrena mañana por PBS. La serie documental explora la crisis de la deserción escolar de los escolares latinos de Estados Unidos
— La Opinion
The Graduates – a first-hand look at challenges, success of Latino students
The Mexican-American filmmaker explores this issue in his new documentary, The Graduates.
— NBC Latino
PBS Follows Student’s Shift to a New Reality
A smart, beautifully shot documentary by New York-based filmmaker Bernardo Ruiz, -The Graduates follows six teens who have vaulted over some major hurdles on their journey to high school graduation and beyond.
— San Diego Union-Tribune
TV tonight: The Waiting Room on PBS features hospital of last resort
For the millions of Americans who still lack health insurance today, a visit to the emergency room of a public hospital is their only option for health care. Tonight at 10 p.m., PBS is airing the award-winning documentary The Waiting Room, a film that puts a face on the professionals and the patients who deal with this reality.
— Washington Times
A Day in the Life of a Struggling Safety-Net Hospital: The Waiting Room on PBS
Any who doubt or wonder why so many Americans need help getting health insurance should watch The Waiting Room on PBS.
Tonight On PBS' Independent Lens: Director Peter Nicks' Cinema Verité Doc The Waiting Room
A medical drama served up non-scripted style.
— Indie Wire
Life In The Waiting Room: Harrowing, But Hopeful
Now, as the political debate over health care reform rages in Washington, The Waiting Room, an acclaimed 2012 documentary about a big-city ER, comes to PBS as part of the Independent Lens series. (The film premieres on many PBS stations on Monday, October 21.)
Cutting Latino dropout rate is good for us all
A two-part series by Independent Lens, The Graduates, looks at the Latino dropout problem, focusing on students bucking the trend.
— Chicago Sun-Times
THE GRADUATES HIGHLIGHTS LATINOS’ FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION
Is education a right or a privilege? If you’re poor, it’s a nightmare; but if you get the proper help, you (whether you’re a dyslexic boy or a teenage mother with two kids) can still graduate from high school and attend university.
KQED Newsroom debuts Friday night
THE REAL E.R.: The Waiting Room (10 p.m. Oct. 21, KQED), an extraordinary documentary that takes viewers inside the doors of Oakland's Highland Hospital, makes its public-television debut next week after playing in theaters and film festivals.
— San Jose Mercury News