Have You Heard From Johannesburg Nominated for Primetime Emmy

Posted on July 19, 2012

In January of this year, ITVS brought the epic five-part documentary series Have You Heard From Johannesburg by Connie Field to Independent Lens. This morning we learned that the series has been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking!            

Watch A Landmark Series on the Anti-Apartheid Movement on PBS. See more from Independent Lens.

As you prepare for the awards show we thought you might like to revisit the film with us to remember just what a sweeping document of the anti-Apartheid movement it is. You may also enjoy exploring the companion Apartheid timeline on the Independent Lens website or listen to the Soundtrack of a Revolution on Spotify. Our biggest congratulations to Connie, and best of luck at the Emmys!

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