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  1. Charlie 13 Premieres on FUTURESTATES

    April 24, 2012

    Directed by Michael McMillain the film will be available to stream for free at futurestates.tv and simultaneously on pbs.org.  On the eve of his 13th birthday, will Charlie Tuttle submit to a government-mandated tracking implant, or answer a more dangerous call to adventure? Learn more about Charlie 13 from filmmaker Michael McMillain in a recently

  2. Gunny Premieres on FUTURESTATES

    April 17, 2012

    Directed by Patrick Stettner the film will be available to stream for free at futurestates.tv and simultaneously on pbs.org.  A young female soldier returns home after a traumatic tour of duty, taking a new medication that can selectively erase memories. Learn more about Gunny from filmmaker Patrick Stettner in a recently conducted Skype interview,

  3. Catching Up with Whitney Dow and Septent for When the Drum is Beating Premiere

    April 12, 2012

    The documentary, which premieres Thursday on Independent Lens, explores Haiti's complex past and present through the music of the country's oldest and best-known band — Septentrional. Last week, BTB caught up with the director and band via Skype in New York. Learn more about When the Drum is Beating on the Independent Lens website.

  4. Laura Keller - NB Premieres on FUTURESTATES

    April 10, 2012

    Directed by Mo Perkins the film will be available to stream for free at futurestates.tv and simultaneously on pbs.org. An online social screening of the short will take place here this Friday, April 13 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. With global population at an extreme high, federal fertility lotteries now determine who can and can't reproduce. When one woman learns

  5. Filmmaker Marco Ricci Discusses The Reconstruction of Asa Carter

    April 2, 2012

    ITVS’s Kate Sullivan Green sits down with Marco Ricci to talk about the documentary The Reconstruction of Asa Carter. Hundreds of thousands of readers have loved The Education of Little Tree, Forrest Carter's memoir of his life as a Cherokee orphan. It turns out, however, that the book was written by an infamous white supremacist, Ace Carter, who penned