Art Films from Independent Lens on Display at TCA

Posted on January 7, 2011
This weekend, Independent Lens will prominently feature three art-related programs at the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour in Pasadena, California. Building on the system-wide arts programming initiative led by PBS, the panel presentation represents three of four films to premiere in April 2011 on Independent Lens as part of Artist Month. Have a look at the films on display this weekend at TCA below… Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child By filmmaker Tamra Davis Airs on Independent Lens April 12 at 10 PM Waste Land By filmmaker Lucy Walker Airs on Independent Lens April 19 at 10 PM Marwencol By filmmaker Jeff Malmberg Airs on Independent Lens April 26 at 10 PM The TCA presentation will feature a Q&A with filmmakers Tamra Davis, Jeff Malmberg, Lucy Walker and with Independent Lens series producer Lois Vossen. Find more information on Independent Lens here.


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