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  1. At the Indian Film Festival with ITVS Programming Manager Karim Ahmad

    April 28, 2009

    Indie films, stunning Bollywood musicals, documentaries, animation, environmental films, comedies––the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) is devoted to a greater appreciation of Indian cinema and culture. ITVS Programming Manager Karim Ahmad recently attended this year’s festival. Read about his experience below:I only recently had the

  2. In the News: The Latest on ITVS Programs

    April 27, 2009

     "[Michal Goldman] has recaptured a daring social experiment, limning its idealism on race relations and social justice and its ultimately fatal embrace of Communist doctrine." Read full review >> "The titular figure in Klaartje Quirijns’ fascinating THE DICTATOR HUNTER, Brody remains committed to the case, despite serial setbacks." Read

  3. Video Discussion from the Community Cinema Screening of CRIPS AND BLOODS: Made in America

    April 24, 2009

    On Tuesday, April 14, Community Cinema, in partnership with the City of Los Angeles, screened CRIPS AND BLOODS: Made in America, which examines the conditions that have led to the devastating gang violence among young African Americans growing up in South Los Angeles. Afterwards, Val Zavala, anchor and reporter of SoCal Connected, led a panel discussion

  4. Watch THE DICTATOR HUNTER on Global Voices on PBS WORLD

    April 24, 2009

    Are you a world traveler? Want to learn more about stories that affect our global community? Beginning on Sunday, April 26 at 10:00 PM (check local listings), tune in and watch the second season of Global Voices, the international documentary series produced by ITVS International for the PBS WORLD digital channel. Kicking off this season is Dutch

  5. At Tribeca All Access with ITVS Vice President of Programming Claire Aguilar

    April 24, 2009

    The Tribeca Film Festival was founded as a response to the events of 9/11 to help Lower Manhattan recover after the tragedy and to celebrate the vitality and diversity of New York City through filmmaking. Tribeca All Access has been an integral part of the film festival and has supported relationships between filmmakers from underrepresented communities