Press Releases

  1. Loaded Gun: Life, and Death, and Dickinson

    September 5, 2003

    Program companion website: www.pbs.org/loadedgun“Somehow, time has made a few curious adjustments to the myth of Emily Dickinson. Nearly a century after her demise, she was the nice poet. She was the serene poet. She was the sad, lonely, unlucky, tragically unsexed poet. All these faces and more of Dickinson appear in Steve Gentile and Jim Wolpaw’s

  2. Be Good, Smile Pretty

    July 30, 2003

    For Immediate Release Contact: Cara White 843/881-1480 carapub@aol.com Mary Lugo770/623-8190lugo@negia.net Randall Cole415/356-8383 randall_cole@itvs.org "BE GOOD, SMILE PRETTY is simultaneously a woman's search for her father and a powerful statement against war. One cannot watch it without wishing that Tracy Tragos' quest had never been

  3. Livermore

    July 30, 2003

    For Immediate Release Contact: Cara White 843/881-1480 carapub@aol.com Mary Lugo 770/623-8190 lugo@negia.net Randall Cole 415/356-8383 randall_cole@itvs.org "Part Mayberry, part ‘Twin Peaks,' with a dash of Chernobyl. You'd have to be a sourpuss cynic not to leave the theater thinking you've spent an hour with some unforgettable and endearing

  4. Eroica!

    July 23, 2003

    Contact: Mary Lugo 770/623-8190 lugo@negia.net Cara White 843/881-1480 carapub@aol.com Randall Cole 415/356-8383 randall_cole@itvs.org "They looked like supermodels and played like demons on crack...Rarely does one hear such a combination of sheer physicality, gripping intensity and idiomatic versatility as this threesome served up." - The

  5. Wedding in Ramallah

    July 23, 2003

    "A compelling culture-clash documentary in which language, love (or its absence) and gender roles collide...sad, funny and alarming – but always illuminating.” — Stephen Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer "Poignant, revealing...this clear-eyed, evenhanded film is a major achievement for its young director.” — David Stratton, Variety (San