Posts Tagged ‘PBS’

Update: “A Chef’s Life” Documentary Food Series Set to Launch

Update: "A Chef's Life" Documentary Food Series Set to Launch

Last time we reported on local filmmaker Cynthia Hill’s latest project, a documentary food show, she was screening a few episodes at our Fresh Docs works-in-progress series, presented with the Southern Documentary Fund. Now, Cynthia and crew have shot and edited thirteen episodes of A Chef’s Life, which will premiere on PBS stations beginning in […]


Interview with Stanley Nelson, 2012 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Tribute Honoree

Interview with Stanley Nelson, 2012 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Tribute Honoree

The 2012 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival recently honored filmmaker Stanley Nelson with its annual Full Frame Tribute for his significant contribution to the documentary form. Nelson’s work includes the critically acclaimed films Freedom Riders, A Place of Our Own, Wounded Knee, and The Murder of Emmett Till, among many others, all constructed “from the […]


Free Master Class With Award-Winning Filmmaker Sam Pollard at the Center for Documentary Studies, Saturday, January 14

Free Master Class With Award-Winning Filmmaker Sam Pollard at the Center for Documentary Studies, Saturday, January 14

Distinguished filmmaker Sam Pollard will visit Durham over Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend to lead a free master class at the Center for Documentary Studies, a rare opportunity for students and film fans to learn about the craft from a veteran filmmaker. Pollard will show pieces from the Katrina documentary When the Levees Broke: […]