In the News: The Latest on ITVS Programs

Posted on July 21, 2009

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“Aron Gaudet's simple, moving documentary captures these homespun folks as they make the phone calls to wake each other up, put on their 'Maine Troop Greeters' hats and buttons… Hardened soldiers' eyes mist over at their reception in Bangor. Yours will to in this sweet little film.” Read full review >>

“If Ripley's Believe It or Not! were still around, Herb and Dorothy Vogel would surely be in it for amassing a world-class art collection on the most ordinary of working-class salaries.” Read full review >>


“UNMISTAKEN CHILD stands as a window on a beautiful and mysterious world… A moving coming-of-age story in which a shy student matures into a teacher.” Read full review >>

“LIONESS shows how a documentary positioned at the centerpiece of a strategic outreach campaign can put an issue on the public agenda and have a direct impact on public policy.” Read more >>

“Yun Suh's documentary [CITY OF BORDERS] opens on a literal evocation of its title, as young Palestinian Boody and his friends make their way through a break in the West Bank wall… They're going to Shushan, an openly gay club owned and run by Sa'ar, also the city's first openly gay council member. Lively and precise, the movie notes the club's status as a cultural haven…” Read more >>

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