Prisoner of Her Past Screens Nationwide in Spring

Prisoner of Her Past is coming to a television set near you, for U.S. national broadcast on PBS. The broadcasts begin in late April, and will continue throughout 2011. Chicago's WTTW11 is the presenting station, and broadcasts are currently confirmed in San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Colorado, the Twin Cities, and beyond. You can support the film's broadcast in your area by telling your PBS station you'd like to see Prisoner of Her Past on their schedule! Check your local listings or contact your local station. Continued

A Good Man to debut at Full Frame

Kartemquin is proud to announce that A Good Man will have its World Premiere at the prestigious Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in April.  A Good Man follows the controversial modern dance choreographer Bill T. Jones over two years as he and his company create a dance-theatre piece on Abraham Lincoln.  Jones grapples with the contradictions of Lincoln’s legacy as he struggles working with the young minds and bodies of the dancers who were not alive during the civil rights movement; a time that formed Jones into who he is. Continued

The Interrupters at SXSW

The Interrupters screened yesterday at Austin's South by Southwest Film Festival.  See what people are saying on twitter about the film: "The Interrupters is fantastic. A look at a group of people changing lives through environment. Best doc of the fest." -Josh Brunsting (isavedlatin89) via twitter. "The Interrupters is 2 hours 42 minutes long, and it feels like it barely scratches its subject matters surface. Truly riveting." -Jeremy Kirk (JeremyKKirk) via twitter. Continued

Dallas International Film Festival ahead for The Interrupters

The Dallas International Film Festival has announced their 2011 lineup, and The Interrupters will happily be taking part in the festival.  The festival begins March 31st and runs through April 10th, with tickets going on sale March 17th.  The Interrupters will screen Friday, April 8th at 4:00pm and then again the following day at 2:30pm. Dallas will mark The Interrupters' fifth festival appearance in March, having just come from The Miami International Film Festival, where the film took the award for best documentary. Continued