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Bethany Yellowtail: Sun Road Woman and Fashion Designer | alter-NATIVE Ep. 1
 
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Give it up for Bethany Yellowtail, Crow and Northern Cheyenne fashion designer in L.A.! Bethany pours her traditions and heartbreak into her B.Yellowtail company, including one of her most popular pieces, the Sun Road Woman dress. Along the way she faces cultural appropriation (including having designs plagiarized for a major fashion show) and, as this docuseries will show you in a fashion, finds her own voice as both designer and political activist. Director: Billy Luther Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-5q6mzPia4 Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Producer/Director Billy Luther Executive Producers Randy Barbato Fenton Bailey Directors of Photography Gabriel Bienczycki Jasper Rischen Huy Truong Editor Mary Ann Heagerty Audio Andrea Brooke Theresa Radka Jean Marie Biele Jade Howard Story Producer Melissa Leal Chief Operating Officer Tom Mikkelsen Wolf Executive in Charge of Production Amber Ellis VP of Staffing & Vendor Relations Michelle Palmer Line Producer Stephen Nugent Rights & Clearances Mona Card Kristina Hill Director of Post Production Jaclyn Thompson Senior Post Production Supervisor Travis DeCola Production Coordinator Kurt Murphy Online Editor Eduardo Magaña Audio Mixer Sound Waves Post, LLC Music Provided By “Sun Models” (feat. Madelyn Grant) Performed by ODESZA Written by Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight Published by Just Isn’t Music, administered by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Counter Records “Love of My Life “ by Spencer Battiest “Butterfly” & “The Way” by Innastate “Go Stolo” by Inez Jasper “It Goes Up and Down” & “Out Here” by Gunner Jules “Good Way” by Gunner Jules and Rollie Raps “LUTA” by juQ “Warrior “ by Nataanii Means “Don't Fear to Tread” & “Just Breathe” by Scatter Their Own “City Lights” by The Soft White Sixties “Stand N Rock” by Taboo “Air Born Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Thomas Jaylen Schmidt “Dream Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Nake Nula Waun “Culture Shock” by Nake Nula Waun Gingger Shankar & Little Girl and the Robot Additional Imagery Provided By Friends at Work Getty Images Huntley Film Archives Ltd. Indian Country Today Indigenous Women Rise Makeup by Sinem Native Americans in Philanthropy The Young Turks This Series was produced by World of Wonder Productions which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 World of Wonder Productions. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 10056 Indie Lens Storycast
La Guardia Adjusts to Fatherhood | Pops Ep. 1
 
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In the first episode of Pops, we meet La Guardia Cross, a filmmaker and a rapper who once opened up for KRS-One, who decides to chronicle his journey on becoming a new father with a series of funny videos on YouTube. He talks to his baby daughter, who may or may not understand him, while capturing her growth and evolving personality. It's a true partnership with wife Leah, who also confides about her battles with depression. But together this new family is learning what parenthood is all about. Director: Garland McLaurin Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIZGV0-17c0 Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs More about POPS: http://pops.life/ La Guardia Cross on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/laguardiacross Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows This Series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 79517 Indie Lens Storycast
Rio Grande Valley: Barbacoa | Tacos of Texas Ep. 3
 
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The Rio Grande Valley is all about barbacoa, a local favorite tradition made from cow's head meat. Third generation pitmaster Armando of Vera’s Backyard Bar-B-Que shows Mando and Jarod how to make traditional barbacoa by burying it in a pozo, an in-ground pit with mesquite wood. They also look at life along the river border, and visit the "infamous Taco Mile" which Mando calls "my Disneyland." Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKrjFaIvCqA Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Hosts Mando Rayo & Jarod Neece Director Dennis Burnett Co-Director Zachary Edick Producer Mando Rayo Co-Producer Jarod Neece Editors Wynona Becker Mira Lippold-Johnson Sound Engineer Nick Worthen Key Grip / Still Photographer Robert Gomez 2nd Camera Chase McDaniel Field Producers Gerald Flores Maria Real Music by: Peligrosa Music Publishing (Oríon Garcia) Vanessa Del Fierro’s Las Coronelas Mariachi (Austin and San Antonio) Veronique Medrano (Rio Grande Valley) The Blind Owls (Corpus Christi) Gio Chamba (Houston) Mariachi Las Caponeras (El Paso) Karla Kay Alvarez, José Alvarez & Marco Perez (Dallas) Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer TACOS OF TEXAS is a co-production of TACO JOURNALISM LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Mil gracias to everyone that helped make The Tacos of Texas Docuseries a reality. Stay hungry, my friends. Mando’s familia: Ixchel Granada de Rayo, Quetzal Rayo and Diego Rayo Jarod’s Family: Andrea Yz, Tessa Neece and Francesca Neece Dennis’ family: Lindsey Mongrain for her patience and support, my father Mark Burnett who taught me what it means to have a work ethic. Le Gente & taco shops en el show: Jose Velasquez, Regina Estrada (Joe’s Bakery), Maritza Vasquez (Veracruz All Natural), Gloria Lopez (Ray’s Puffy Tacos), Rick Lopez, Imelda Sanchez (Henry’s Puffy Tacos), Jorge Cortez (Mi Tierra Restaurant), Ellen Riojas Clark, Ph.D, Saul Obregon (La Macro Taco Truck), Alex Martinez, Jessica VillaGomez (Boombox Taco) Tia Pancha Flea Market, Taqueria El Cilantro, Wonky Power, Isabel and Robert Vezzetti (Vezzetti Ranch) Hector Guerra, Tony Martinez (Mayor of Brownsville) Armando and Adela Vera (Vera’s Backyard Bar-B-Que), Miguel Cobos, Josef Sifuentes, Rene Escamilla, Jaime Escamilla, Joe A. Aldrete, Chickie Samano, Manuel Medrano, Ph.D, The Taco Mile, Taqueria El Mesquite, Larry Lof (Olvera Building), Mary Gutirrez, Juanita Chavira, Arnulfo Gutierrez, Michael Gutierrez, Marilyn Lemos, (Chacho’s Tacos), Rick Garcia (Hi-Ho Restaurant), Monica McCleod Sawyer (The Ritz Theatre), Gerald Flores (TacoCreative), Elena Flores (Sew Bonita), Vianney Rodriguez (Sweet Life), Chef Anastacia Quiñones (Cedar Social) Luis Olvera (Trompo), Regino Rojas (Revolver Taco Lounge), Luis Villalva (El Come Taco), Flocc Studio, Texas Theatre, Jessie Peña (Tacoholics), Licon Diary, El Segundo Barrio, Chef Raul Gonzalez (Rulis International Kitchen) and El Paso Chihuahuas. Extra thanks to: Miriam Sanchez, Olga and Santiago Garcia, Paulina Artieda, Argentina Granada, Maria Isabel Ibarra, Moraima Ibarra, Llyas Salahud-Din, Joel Salcido, Laura Tansey and Polo Valdes, Marcus and Suzanne Mateus, Monica Maldonado Williams, Pepe Yz, Adrian Graniel, Letty Fernandez, Jamie Kovach, Stephanie and Chris Worthen and Federico Archuleta. www.tacosoftexas.com www.tacojournalism.com IG: www.instagram.com/tacosoftexas Twitter: www.facebook.com/tacosoftexas FB: www.twitter.com/tacosoftexas
Views: 4214 Indie Lens Storycast
Austin: Migas Tacos | Tacos of Texas Ep. 1
 
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Series premiere: Longtime pals and Tacojournalism.com writers Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece, hit up Austin, where it's all about tasty migas tacos, famous for being stuffed with scrambled eggs and crumbled tortillas. Mando and Jarod explore East Austin, taco gentrification, what it takes to run a small taqueria and--of course--how to make the perfect migas taco. From Joe’s Bakery to Veracruz All Natural, see how Austin comes together over tacos. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Hosts Mando Rayo & Jarod Neece Director Dennis Burnett Co-Director Zachary Edick Producer Mando Rayo Co-Producer Jarod Neece Editors Wynona Becker Mira Lippold-Johnson Sound Engineer Nick Worthen Key Grip / Still Photographer Robert Gomez 2nd Camera Chase McDaniel Field Producers Gerald Flores Maria Real Music by: Peligrosa Music Publishing (Oríon Garcia) Vanessa Del Fierro’s Las Coronelas Mariachi (Austin and San Antonio) Veronique Medrano (Rio Grande Valley) The Blind Owls (Corpus Christi) Gio Chamba (Houston) Mariachi Las Caponeras (El Paso) Karla Kay Alvarez, José Alvarez & Marco Perez (Dallas) Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer TACOS OF TEXAS is a co-production of TACO JOURNALISM LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Mil gracias to everyone that helped make The Tacos of Texas Docuseries a reality. Stay hungry, my friends. Mando’s familia: Ixchel Granada de Rayo, Quetzal Rayo and Diego Rayo Jarod’s Family: Andrea Yz, Tessa Neece and Francesca Neece Dennis’ family: Lindsey Mongrain for her patience and support, my father Mark Burnett who taught me what it means to have a work ethic. Le Gente & taco shops en el show: Jose Velasquez, Regina Estrada (Joe’s Bakery), Maritza Vasquez (Veracruz All Natural), Gloria Lopez (Ray’s Puffy Tacos), Rick Lopez, Imelda Sanchez (Henry’s Puffy Tacos), Jorge Cortez (Mi Tierra Restaurant), Ellen Riojas Clark, Ph.D, Saul Obregon (La Macro Taco Truck), Alex Martinez, Jessica VillaGomez (Boombox Taco) Tia Pancha Flea Market, Taqueria El Cilantro, Wonky Power, Isabel and Robert Vezzetti (Vezzetti Ranch) Hector Guerra, Tony Martinez (Mayor of Brownsville) Armando and Adela Vera (Vera’s Backyard Bar-B-Que), Miguel Cobos, Josef Sifuentes, Rene Escamilla, Jaime Escamilla, Joe A. Aldrete, Chickie Samano, Manuel Medrano, Ph.D, The Taco Mile, Taqueria El Mesquite, Larry Lof (Olvera Building), Mary Gutirrez, Juanita Chavira, Arnulfo Gutierrez, Michael Gutierrez, Marilyn Lemos, (Chacho’s Tacos), Rick Garcia (Hi-Ho Restaurant), Monica McCleod Sawyer (The Ritz Theatre), Gerald Flores (TacoCreative), Elena Flores (Sew Bonita), Vianney Rodriguez (Sweet Life), Chef Anastacia Quiñones (Cedar Social) Luis Olvera (Trompo), Regino Rojas (Revolver Taco Lounge), Luis Villalva (El Come Taco), Flocc Studio, Texas Theatre, Jessie Peña (Tacoholics), Licon Diary, El Segundo Barrio, Chef Raul Gonzalez (Rulis International Kitchen) and El Paso Chihuahuas. Extra thanks to: Miriam Sanchez, Olga and Santiago Garcia, Paulina Artieda, Argentina Granada, Maria Isabel Ibarra, Moraima Ibarra, Llyas Salahud-Din, Joel Salcido, Laura Tansey and Polo Valdes, Marcus and Suzanne Mateus, Monica Maldonado Williams, Pepe Yz, Adrian Graniel, Letty Fernandez, Jamie Kovach, Stephanie and Chris Worthen and Federico Archuleta. www.tacosoftexas.com www.tacojournalism.com IG: www.instagram.com/tacosoftexas Twitter: www.facebook.com/tacosoftexas FB: www.twitter.com/tacosoftexas #Tacos #Texas #TacoTuesday #Tacos4Ever #Foodporn
Views: 7162 Indie Lens Storycast
Charity and Glitzy-Bling | Divas of Karachi Ep. 2
 
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Ainee, a tastemaker and charity fundraiser, runs into trouble while setting up one of the most important charity galas of the Karachi social season. Meanwhile, Hadia and Mohsin realize that Nazneen's jewelry collection may come in handy for a photo shoot for their fashion label, The Pink Tree. Director: Senain Kheshgi Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9bKb-81k5I Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Created, Directed, Written and Executive Produced by Senain Kheshgi Produced by Cathleen Alexander Annie Hanlon Senain Kheshgi Co-Executive Producers Annie Hanlon Jonathon Ker Supervising Editor Sharmila Ariathurai Director of Photography Zayer Hassan Edited by Charles Kaplan Assistant Editor Wendy Sit Associate Producer Andrea Lewis Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Pamela Torno Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Featuring Ainee Shehzad Salim Hadia Khan Mohsin Sayeed Nazneen Tariq Khan Uzma Khan Pakistan Producer Neha Mashooqullah Original Music by Mark Tschanz Additional Camera M. Siam Eloise Ker Haider Ali Salman Alam Assistant Camera Tamar Shahzad Daud Rafeeq Ejaz Bhatti Production Sound Shahid Qureshi Senain Kheshgi Additional Pakistan Production Management Sarwar Mushtaq & Nadeem Ahmed In association with Eckova Productions Additional Editing Tricia Rodrigo Wendy Sit Titles and Motion Graphics Anton Goddard Production Stills Senain Kheshgi Jaffar Hassan Salman Alam Post Production Services Rocket Panda Post Colorist Josh Tessier On-line Conformist & Finishing Brady Hallongren Re-recording Mixer Michel Tyabji, Limitless Sky Records Additional Music Michel Tyabji Audio Network Production Legal – LynnAnn Klotz, Esq Special Thanks The families of Ainee Shehzad Salim The families of Hadia Khan The families of Uzma Khan The families of Nazneen Tariq Khan The families of Mohsin Khan Farooq Amin Irum Azeem Farooque Saima Essa Samirah Ganny Jaffer Hasan Saima Haq Irfan ul Haq Shezray Hussain Rasikh Ismail Faisal Kapadia Rajan Khokar Bisma Khan M. Shariq Khan Mohamed Ayub Khan Samira Merchant Misbah Mumtaz Shiraz Qureshi Zhlaekha Salman Saad Siddiqui Tooba Siddiqui Seema Suleman Nadia Feroz Virani Feroz Virani Essa Yahya Beach Luxury Hotel Clippers Salon Ensemble JumpLA Karachi Candle Company Karachi Grammar School Koel Café The Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre The Pink Tree Super Savaari Express Karim Ahmad Noah Arceneaux Imran Arceneaux Betsy Beale Michael Brunjes Suzanne Costas Patrick Griffin Pamela Torno Rehana Qureshi This Series was produced by Senain K Pictures, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Senain K Pictures, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 47830 Indie Lens Storycast
San Antonio: Puffy Tacos | Tacos of Texas Ep. 4
 
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"You are what you eat and 'puffy' is the right word." The San Antonio family-run Ray's and Henry's are famous for their handmade puffy corn masa tacos, and as places to celebrate family and food together. From the historic Mi Tierra restaurant to the largest Mexican market outside of Mexico, see how San Antonio keeps it real, "puro" style. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzkyKtdsuZc Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Hosts Mando Rayo & Jarod Neece Director Dennis Burnett Co-Director Zachary Edick Producer Mando Rayo Co-Producer Jarod Neece Editors Wynona Becker Mira Lippold-Johnson Sound Engineer Nick Worthen Key Grip / Still Photographer Robert Gomez 2nd Camera Chase McDaniel Field Producers Gerald Flores Maria Real Music by: Peligrosa Music Publishing (Oríon Garcia) Vanessa Del Fierro’s Las Coronelas Mariachi (Austin and San Antonio) Veronique Medrano (Rio Grande Valley) The Blind Owls (Corpus Christi) Gio Chamba (Houston) Mariachi Las Caponeras (El Paso) Karla Kay Alvarez, José Alvarez & Marco Perez (Dallas) Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer TACOS OF TEXAS is a co-production of TACO JOURNALISM LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Mil gracias to everyone that helped make The Tacos of Texas Docuseries a reality. Stay hungry, my friends. Mando’s familia: Ixchel Granada de Rayo, Quetzal Rayo and Diego Rayo Jarod’s Family: Andrea Yz, Tessa Neece and Francesca Neece Dennis’ family: Lindsey Mongrain for her patience and support, my father Mark Burnett who taught me what it means to have a work ethic. Le Gente & taco shops en el show: Jose Velasquez, Regina Estrada (Joe’s Bakery), Maritza Vasquez (Veracruz All Natural), Gloria Lopez (Ray’s Puffy Tacos), Rick Lopez, Imelda Sanchez (Henry’s Puffy Tacos), Jorge Cortez (Mi Tierra Restaurant), Ellen Riojas Clark, Ph.D, Saul Obregon (La Macro Taco Truck), Alex Martinez, Jessica VillaGomez (Boombox Taco) Tia Pancha Flea Market, Taqueria El Cilantro, Wonky Power, Isabel and Robert Vezzetti (Vezzetti Ranch) Hector Guerra, Tony Martinez (Mayor of Brownsville) Armando and Adela Vera (Vera’s Backyard Bar-B-Que), Miguel Cobos, Josef Sifuentes, Rene Escamilla, Jaime Escamilla, Joe A. Aldrete, Chickie Samano, Manuel Medrano, Ph.D, The Taco Mile, Taqueria El Mesquite, Larry Lof (Olvera Building), Mary Gutirrez, Juanita Chavira, Arnulfo Gutierrez, Michael Gutierrez, Marilyn Lemos, (Chacho’s Tacos), Rick Garcia (Hi-Ho Restaurant), Monica McCleod Sawyer (The Ritz Theatre), Gerald Flores (TacoCreative), Elena Flores (Sew Bonita), Vianney Rodriguez (Sweet Life), Chef Anastacia Quiñones (Cedar Social) Luis Olvera (Trompo), Regino Rojas (Revolver Taco Lounge), Luis Villalva (El Come Taco), Flocc Studio, Texas Theatre, Jessie Peña (Tacoholics), Licon Diary, El Segundo Barrio, Chef Raul Gonzalez (Rulis International Kitchen) and El Paso Chihuahuas. Extra thanks to: Miriam Sanchez, Olga and Santiago Garcia, Paulina Artieda, Argentina Granada, Maria Isabel Ibarra, Moraima Ibarra, Llyas Salahud-Din, Joel Salcido, Laura Tansey and Polo Valdes, Marcus and Suzanne Mateus, Monica Maldonado Williams, Pepe Yz, Adrian Graniel, Letty Fernandez, Jamie Kovach, Stephanie and Chris Worthen and Federico Archuleta. www.tacosoftexas.com www.tacojournalism.com IG: www.instagram.com/tacosoftexas Twitter: www.facebook.com/tacosoftexas FB: www.twitter.com/tacosoftexas #Tacos #Texas #SanAntonio
Views: 3285 Indie Lens Storycast
La Guardia, Leah, Amalah, and Baby Makes Four | Pops Ep. 4
 
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La Guardia balances his career as a video storyteller with fatherhood, while also renewing wedding vows with Leah on their 10th anniversary. Oh yeah, all while letting Amalah do her thing, and preparing for the arrival of the newest addition to a family that's been on a rollercoaster together. What does the future hold for them? Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIVUCHyJJtU More about POPS: http://pops.life/ La Guardia Cross on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/laguardiacross Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 30380 Indie Lens Storycast
Karachi Rocks for Me | Divas of Karachi Ep. 1
 
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A group of fashionable, successful socialites in Pakistan are doing all they can to change the image of their hometown, Karachi, the 4th largest city in the world. Meet Hadia, who runs a clothing company called The Pink Tree (along with Mohsin, a self-described diva himself); Nazneen, an adventurous, generous philanthropist and fixture of society pages; and former model Uzma, who went from auto racing to fundraising. Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br44ufa9nFc Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Created, Directed, Written and Executive Produced by Senain Kheshgi Produced by Cathleen Alexander Annie Hanlon Senain Kheshgi Co-Executive Producers Annie Hanlon Jonathon Ker Supervising Editor Sharmila Ariathurai Director of Photography Zayer Hassan Edited by Charles Kaplan Assistant Editor Wendy Sit Associate Producer Andrea Lewis Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Pamela Torno Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Featuring Ainee Shehzad Salim Hadia Khan Mohsin Sayeed Nazneen Tariq Khan Uzma Khan Pakistan Producer Neha Mashooqullah Original Music by Mark Tschanz Additional Camera M. Siam Eloise Ker Haider Ali Salman Alam Assistant Camera Tamar Shahzad Daud Rafeeq Ejaz Bhatti Production Sound Shahid Qureshi Senain Kheshgi Additional Pakistan Production Management Sarwar Mushtaq & Nadeem Ahmed In association with Eckova Productions Additional Editing Tricia Rodrigo Wendy Sit Titles and Motion Graphics Anton Goddard Production Stills Senain Kheshgi Jaffar Hassan Salman Alam Post Production Services Rocket Panda Post Colorist Josh Tessier On-line Conformist & Finishing Brady Hallongren Re-recording Mixer Michel Tyabji, Limitless Sky Records Additional Music Michel Tyabji Audio Network Production Legal – LynnAnn Klotz, Esq Special Thanks The families of Ainee Shehzad Salim The families of Hadia Khan The families of Uzma Khan The families of Nazneen Tariq Khan The families of Mohsin Khan Farooq Amin Irum Azeem Farooque Saima Essa Samirah Ganny Jaffer Hasan Saima Haq Irfan ul Haq Shezray Hussain Rasikh Ismail Faisal Kapadia Rajan Khokar Bisma Khan M. Shariq Khan Mohamed Ayub Khan Samira Merchant Misbah Mumtaz Shiraz Qureshi Zhlaekha Salman Saad Siddiqui Tooba Siddiqui Seema Suleman Nadia Feroz Virani Feroz Virani Essa Yahya Beach Luxury Hotel Clippers Salon Ensemble JumpLA Karachi Candle Company Karachi Grammar School Koel Café The Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre The Pink Tree Super Savaari Express Karim Ahmad Noah Arceneaux Imran Arceneaux Betsy Beale Michael Brunjes Suzanne Costas Patrick Griffin Pamela Torno Rehana Qureshi This Series was produced by Senain K Pictures, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Senain K Pictures, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 127179 Indie Lens Storycast
Bethany and Martin Sensmeier Go to Santa Fe | alter-NATIVE Ep. 3
 
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Meet Martin Sensmeier, an actor best known for his roles in The Magnificent Seven and Wind River, who also just happens to be Bethany Yellowtail's friend and roommate. Martin is Tlingit and Koyukon-Athabascan Alaska Native and through thick and thin he and Bethany have supported each other as Native artists in Los Angeles. Bethany and Martin travel to Santa Fe's Indian Market, where she faces a few creative challenges at a fashion show. Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SP2rhg-Q3c Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Producer/Director Billy Luther Executive Producers Randy Barbato Fenton Bailey Directors of Photography Gabriel Bienczycki Jasper Rischen Huy Truong Editor Mary Ann Heagerty Audio Andrea Brooke Theresa Radka Jean Marie Biele Jade Howard Story Producer Melissa Leal Chief Operating Officer Tom Mikkelsen Wolf Executive in Charge of Production Amber Ellis VP of Staffing & Vendor Relations Michelle Palmer Line Producer Stephen Nugent Rights & Clearances Mona Card Kristina Hill Director of Post Production Jaclyn Thompson Senior Post Production Supervisor Travis DeCola Production Coordinator Kurt Murphy Online Editor Eduardo Magaña Audio Mixer Sound Waves Post, LLC Music Provided By “Sun Models” (feat. Madelyn Grant) Performed by ODESZA Written by Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight Published by Just Isn’t Music, administered by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Counter Records “Love of My Life “ by Spencer Battiest “Butterfly” & “The Way” by Innastate “Go Stolo” by Inez Jasper “It Goes Up and Down” & “Out Here” by Gunner Jules “Good Way” by Gunner Jules and Rollie Raps “LUTA” by juQ “Warrior “ by Nataanii Means “Don't Fear to Tread” & “Just Breathe” by Scatter Their Own “City Lights” by The Soft White Sixties “Stand N Rock” by Taboo “Air Born Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Thomas Jaylen Schmidt “Dream Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Nake Nula Waun “Culture Shock” by Nake Nula Waun Gingger Shankar & Little Girl and the Robot Additional Imagery Provided By Friends at Work Getty Images Huntley Film Archives Ltd. Indian Country Today Indigenous Women Rise Makeup by Sinem Native Americans in Philanthropy The Young Turks This Series was produced by World of Wonder Productions which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 World of Wonder Productions. All Rights Reserved.
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We've Ditched the Tradition | Divas of Karachi Ep. 3
 
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Hadia is torn having to balance work and family, and then, on the day of the big photo shoot, she leaves Mohsin in charge and everything seems to go awry. A new model, a young photographer, a photo shoot on a public bus, and Nazneen and her jewelry nowhere to be found - what could possibly go wrong? Director: Senain Kheshgi Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFKZsrZLbb4 Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Created, Directed, Written and Executive Produced by Senain Kheshgi Produced by Cathleen Alexander Annie Hanlon Senain Kheshgi Co-Executive Producers Annie Hanlon Jonathon Ker Supervising Editor Sharmila Ariathurai Director of Photography Zayer Hassan Edited by Charles Kaplan Assistant Editor Wendy Sit Associate Producer Andrea Lewis Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Pamela Torno Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Featuring Ainee Shehzad Salim Hadia Khan Mohsin Sayeed Nazneen Tariq Khan Uzma Khan Pakistan Producer Neha Mashooqullah Original Music by Mark Tschanz Additional Camera M. Siam Eloise Ker Haider Ali Salman Alam Assistant Camera Tamar Shahzad Daud Rafeeq Ejaz Bhatti Production Sound Shahid Qureshi Senain Kheshgi Additional Pakistan Production Management Sarwar Mushtaq & Nadeem Ahmed In association with Eckova Productions Additional Editing Tricia Rodrigo Wendy Sit Titles and Motion Graphics Anton Goddard Production Stills Senain Kheshgi Jaffar Hassan Salman Alam Post Production Services Rocket Panda Post Colorist Josh Tessier On-line Conformist & Finishing Brady Hallongren Re-recording Mixer Michel Tyabji, Limitless Sky Records Additional Music Michel Tyabji Audio Network Production Legal – LynnAnn Klotz, Esq Special Thanks The families of Ainee Shehzad Salim The families of Hadia Khan The families of Uzma Khan The families of Nazneen Tariq Khan The families of Mohsin Khan Farooq Amin Irum Azeem Farooque Saima Essa Samirah Ganny Jaffer Hasan Saima Haq Irfan ul Haq Shezray Hussain Rasikh Ismail Faisal Kapadia Rajan Khokar Bisma Khan M. Shariq Khan Mohamed Ayub Khan Samira Merchant Misbah Mumtaz Shiraz Qureshi Zhlaekha Salman Saad Siddiqui Tooba Siddiqui Seema Suleman Nadia Feroz Virani Feroz Virani Essa Yahya Beach Luxury Hotel Clippers Salon Ensemble JumpLA Karachi Candle Company Karachi Grammar School Koel Café The Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre The Pink Tree Super Savaari Express Karim Ahmad Noah Arceneaux Imran Arceneaux Betsy Beale Michael Brunjes Suzanne Costas Patrick Griffin Pamela Torno Rehana Qureshi This Series was produced by Senain K Pictures, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Senain K Pictures, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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F Is for: Foster Care | The F Word Ep. 1
 
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Nicole and Kristan are a queer Bay Area couple who want to adopt a child from foster care. As they prepare to have their home inspected, they child-proof their apartment and invite a couple of kids over to examine their handy work. Will they pass the safety check? Watch Episode 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G47nt4UUvYw A foster-to-adopt story. Learn more about foster care at http://www.thefwordseries.com Watch next episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G47nt4UUvYw Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed and Produced by Nicole Opper Produced by Kristan Cassady Camera Mario Furloni Erin Palmquist Tijana Petrovic Mike Seely Alix Spence Editor Emile Bokaer Laura Green Brooke Sebold Sound Lauretta Molitor Animation Sam Berliner Alexander Zane Irwin Composer Diana Sailer Associate Producer Natalie Teter Additional Editing Jen Bradwell Claire Weissbluth Additional Animation Alexander Zane Irwin Production Assistant Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Senior Consultant Adam Pertman Creative Consultant Wendy Levy Consulting Producers Christa Scherck Khadija Mcmahon Maria Mealla Sound Mix and Design Dan Olmsted Berkeley Sound Artists Colorist Robert Arnold Legal Justine Jacobs Production Assistants Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Thanks Cary Crall Kenyon Symons-Rogers Pat Jackson Johnny Symons William Rogers Jillian Lauren Scott Shriner Sharese Bullock-Bailey Angela Tucker N'jeri Eaton Rob Richert Bradley Furnish Paul Meyers Anna Moot-Levin Adam Tobin John Kane Manuel Tsingaris Dawn Valadez Katie Galloway Michael Collins Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz Jethro Patalinghug Tim Reil Oakland Children's Hospital A Better Way Kaiser Permanente 2016 BAVC MM cohort Raise a Child California Youth Connections Adopt Us Kids First Place for Youth National Center on Adoption and Permanency Our Family Coalition PACT Be’chol Lashon Ninth Street Independent Film Center BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship IFP Additional Music Run Amok By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Meatball Parade By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Malt Shop Bop By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Happy Happy Game Show By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Symphony No. 5 By Beethoven Courtesy of Youtube Background Music El Salitro (No Trumpets) - Mariachi Composed by David Pena Courtesy of David Pena Photos courtesy of Heather Katsoulis Tanya Little Creative Commons Footage from “First Friday” Courtesy of Mario Furloni and N’Jeri Eaton Footage from “Daddy and Papa” Courtesy of Johnny Symons THE F WORD is a co-production of NICOLE OPPER and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with Funding provided by CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) In partnership with the BAVC National MediaMaker Fellowship This program was produced by Nicole Opper Productions, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © Nicole Opper Productions, LLC
Views: 8363 Indie Lens Storycast
La Guardia Has Faith in His Future | Pops Ep. 2
 
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La Guardia Cross reveals the importance of faith in his and Leah's lives. But the connection to his church brings him to a crossroads, as they offer him a job that would mean giving up doing his "New Father Chronicles" YouTube series, a passion project that holds great meaning to him. Which path will he choose? Director: Garland McLaurin Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhfJHMFeAtU Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs More about POPS: http://pops.life/ La Guardia Cross on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/laguardiacross Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows This Series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 40603 Indie Lens Storycast
Why Houston Loves Tacos al Pastor | Tacos of Texas Ep. 2
 
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In Houston, one of America’s most diverse cities, there are taco trucks on every corner and tacos al pastor are the "tacos of the people." Party it up in H-Town as Mando and Jarod visit La Macro and Boombox taco trucks for some trompo tacos (“the Mexican shawarma”), meet photographer/taco aficionado Marco Torres, and get real with local DREAMers. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Hosts Mando Rayo & Jarod Neece Director Dennis Burnett Co-Director Zachary Edick Producer Mando Rayo Co-Producer Jarod Neece Editors Wynona Becker Mira Lippold-Johnson Sound Engineer Nick Worthen Key Grip / Still Photographer Robert Gomez 2nd Camera Chase McDaniel Field Producers Gerald Flores Maria Real Music by: Peligrosa Music Publishing (Oríon Garcia) Vanessa Del Fierro’s Las Coronelas Mariachi (Austin and San Antonio) Veronique Medrano (Rio Grande Valley) The Blind Owls (Corpus Christi) Gio Chamba (Houston) Mariachi Las Caponeras (El Paso) Karla Kay Alvarez, José Alvarez & Marco Perez (Dallas) Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer TACOS OF TEXAS is a co-production of TACO JOURNALISM LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Mil gracias to everyone that helped make The Tacos of Texas Docuseries a reality. Stay hungry, my friends. Mando’s familia: Ixchel Granada de Rayo, Quetzal Rayo and Diego Rayo Jarod’s Family: Andrea Yz, Tessa Neece and Francesca Neece Dennis’ family: Lindsey Mongrain for her patience and support, my father Mark Burnett who taught me what it means to have a work ethic. Le Gente & taco shops en el show: Jose Velasquez, Regina Estrada (Joe’s Bakery), Maritza Vasquez (Veracruz All Natural), Gloria Lopez (Ray’s Puffy Tacos), Rick Lopez, Imelda Sanchez (Henry’s Puffy Tacos), Jorge Cortez (Mi Tierra Restaurant), Ellen Riojas Clark, Ph.D, Saul Obregon (La Macro Taco Truck), Alex Martinez, Jessica VillaGomez (Boombox Taco) Tia Pancha Flea Market, Taqueria El Cilantro, Wonky Power, Isabel and Robert Vezzetti (Vezzetti Ranch) Hector Guerra, Tony Martinez (Mayor of Brownsville) Armando and Adela Vera (Vera’s Backyard Bar-B-Que), Miguel Cobos, Josef Sifuentes, Rene Escamilla, Jaime Escamilla, Joe A. Aldrete, Chickie Samano, Manuel Medrano, Ph.D, The Taco Mile, Taqueria El Mesquite, Larry Lof (Olvera Building), Mary Gutirrez, Juanita Chavira, Arnulfo Gutierrez, Michael Gutierrez, Marilyn Lemos, (Chacho’s Tacos), Rick Garcia (Hi-Ho Restaurant), Monica McCleod Sawyer (The Ritz Theatre), Gerald Flores (TacoCreative), Elena Flores (Sew Bonita), Vianney Rodriguez (Sweet Life), Chef Anastacia Quiñones (Cedar Social) Luis Olvera (Trompo), Regino Rojas (Revolver Taco Lounge), Luis Villalva (El Come Taco), Flocc Studio, Texas Theatre, Jessie Peña (Tacoholics), Licon Diary, El Segundo Barrio, Chef Raul Gonzalez (Rulis International Kitchen) and El Paso Chihuahuas. Extra thanks to: Miriam Sanchez, Olga and Santiago Garcia, Paulina Artieda, Argentina Granada, Maria Isabel Ibarra, Moraima Ibarra, Llyas Salahud-Din, Joel Salcido, Laura Tansey and Polo Valdes, Marcus and Suzanne Mateus, Monica Maldonado Williams, Pepe Yz, Adrian Graniel, Letty Fernandez, Jamie Kovach, Stephanie and Chris Worthen and Federico Archuleta. www.tacosoftexas.com www.tacojournalism.com IG: www.instagram.com/tacosoftexas Twitter: www.facebook.com/tacosoftexas FB: www.twitter.com/tacosoftexas
Views: 4199 Indie Lens Storycast
Back Home With Dreams of a Fashion Empire | alter-NATIVE Ep. 4
 
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Bethany Yellowtail treks home to the Crow Reservation in Montana, where her family keeps her from getting "too Hollywood." While her brothers always knew Bethany's calling was elsewhere, mom and dad have never been thrilled by her career choice or her activism. Maybe they'll change their minds if her dreams of bringing the biz home come true. Worlds away in L.A. Bethany attends the VMAs as guest of Black Eyed Peas rapper Taboo. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Producer/Director Billy Luther Executive Producers Randy Barbato Fenton Bailey Directors of Photography Gabriel Bienczycki Jasper Rischen Huy Truong Editor Mary Ann Heagerty Audio Andrea Brooke Theresa Radka Jean Marie Biele Jade Howard Story Producer Melissa Leal Chief Operating Officer Tom Mikkelsen Wolf Executive in Charge of Production Amber Ellis VP of Staffing & Vendor Relations Michelle Palmer Line Producer Stephen Nugent Rights & Clearances Mona Card Kristina Hill Director of Post Production Jaclyn Thompson Senior Post Production Supervisor Travis DeCola Production Coordinator Kurt Murphy Online Editor Eduardo Magaña Audio Mixer Sound Waves Post, LLC Music Provided By “Sun Models” (feat. Madelyn Grant) Performed by ODESZA Written by Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight Published by Just Isn’t Music, administered by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Counter Records “Love of My Life “ by Spencer Battiest “Butterfly” & “The Way” by Innastate “Go Stolo” by Inez Jasper “It Goes Up and Down” & “Out Here” by Gunner Jules “Good Way” by Gunner Jules and Rollie Raps “LUTA” by juQ “Warrior “ by Nataanii Means “Don't Fear to Tread” & “Just Breathe” by Scatter Their Own “City Lights” by The Soft White Sixties “Stand N Rock” by Taboo “Air Born Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Thomas Jaylen Schmidt “Dream Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Nake Nula Waun “Culture Shock” by Nake Nula Waun Gingger Shankar & Little Girl and the Robot Additional Imagery Provided By Friends at Work Getty Images Huntley Film Archives Ltd. Indian Country Today Indigenous Women Rise Makeup by Sinem Native Americans in Philanthropy The Young Turks This Series was produced by World of Wonder Productions which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 World of Wonder Productions. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 3465 Indie Lens Storycast
Quinceañeras Are More Than a Birthday Party | ¡FIESTA! Quinceañera Ep. 1
 
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Series Premiere: At the core of every quinceañera celebration is the mother-daughter relationship. How can spunky Juana and her madre preserve Latino cultural traditions while balancing American pop culture in the birthday party? Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RANPz8bGM8M Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed, Filmed and Produced by Rodrigo Dorfman and Peter Eversoll Editor Rodrigo Dorfman Music and Score Alejandro Santoyo Graphic Artist Rosalia Torres-Weiner Additional Editor Chi-Ho Lee Sound Mix Stewart Nelsen Colorist Jim Fink Additional Footage Jonathan Quetzal Still Photography Melida Verduzco Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Extra special thanks to all the wonderful families who participated: Juana and Irma Oscar and Eva Fernanda, Livia, Cristobal, Aaron, and Rosario Angie, Geli, Nahu, David and Tío David Aranxta and Tere Briana and Lupe Jessica, Marta and family Esmerelda, Ana and family Special Thanks to: Melida and Jonathan from Tus15TV Zach at Dave’s Tow-A-Way Father Christopher, Katushka and the Immaculate Conception Church, Durham Merced and Decoraciones Miraim Bridal and Flowers Oscar, Angie’s cousin Other Thanks: Carnecería La Superior The Royal Banquet and Conference Center The Durham Armory The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) Javier “Don” Becerra Lorena Fernandez/Imperial Party Planning Banda Los Guanajuatenses Mariachi Amanecer Tapatío Chino Latino Nightclub Rodeo Space Nightclub KeBuena Radio Station Heather Primm This program was produced by FIESTA STORIES LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 FIESTA STORIES LLC All Rights Reserved #Quinceanera #Latino #Adolescence
Views: 3750 Indie Lens Storycast
Meet The Dreamers Caught in the DACA Fight | Waking Dream Ep. 1
 
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Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxQh6v2IjkE Waking Dream shows us the powerful journeys of undocumented young DREAMers with stories of resilience and hope in the face of legal limbo. Meet: Dilan, a Bay Area teacher with an uncertain future who preps underprivileged kids for theirs; Rossy in south Texas where, without DACA, checkpoints would keep her from completing her PhD; and twins John and James, the sons of Filipino immigrants who dream of serving in the US military and want nothing more than "to give back, to protect the people that welcomed us." Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director and Producer Theo Rigby Producer Rebekah Fergusson Director of Photography Theo Rigby Editor Jen Bradwell Music by William Ryan Fritch Sound Recordists Gerardo Villareal Rebekah Fergusson Emile Bokaer Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Waking Dream is a co-production of iNation Media and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Additional Camera Jordan Gantz Jonathan Skurnik Additional Sound Recording Steve Souryal Chris Ward Orlando Torres Additional Editing John Kane Assistant Editors Cyrus Tabar Ellie Vanderlip Production Assistants Orlando Bedolla Diana Villareal Interns Nicole Amyx Orlando Torres Colorist Robert Arnold Supervising Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer Jeremiah Moore Dialogue Editor Erik Reimers Mixed at Jeremiah Moore Sound, Hyde Street Studios Title Design and Animation Sylvia Roberts Jen Bradwell Jason Sussberg Legal Counsel Justine Jacob, Focus Media Law Group Production Accountant Diane Mendez Footage and News Coverage Provided by ABC News Change.org CNBC CNN CSPAN NBC Bay Area NPR Morning Edition Mission Local USA Today Stills Provided by John and James, and their family Rossy Evelin Lima Dilan Pedraza Steve Li Allison Stevens Poetry Written and Performed by Rossy Evelin Lima The filmmakers would like to thank: All Waking Dream participants and their families Waking Dream’s 270+ backers on Kickstarter Margaret Stock The staff at Immigrants Rising Kathy Gin Social Justice Collaborative The Doc Factory Dogpatch Films Ryan Malloy Nicole Miyahara Tedd Roundy Mario Furloni Emily Fraser Sebastian Lasaosa Rogers Lindsay Skedgell Nicole Opper Ed Kissam JoAnn Intili Katina Papson Rigby Naiya Esperanza Rigby Additional Funding Provided by The Werner-Kohnstamm Family Giving Fund Songs “I’m Gonna be an Airborne Ranger” from the musical album “Workout to the Running Songs of the U.S. Military Vol. 1.” Produced by Documentary Recordings, Inc. © 2018 iNation Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 3019 Indie Lens Storycast
Dallas: Modern Mexican | Tacos of Texas Ep. 6
 
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Head on down to bustling Big D for a taste of modern Mexican food, where chefs and taqueros are taking the taco scene to another level. This ain't your mom's Tex-Mex. At Cedar Social, every taco is a work of art. From heartfelt cocina Revolver Taco Lounge to the Bon Appetit Award-winning Trompo, meet some chefs creating tasty tacos with a twist -- pulpo (octopus) to pork belly to s’mores tacos with a chocolate tortilla. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1Zlw5VxL3I Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios.
Views: 1227 Indie Lens Storycast
Owning Our Narrative as Native Women | alter-NATIVE Ep. 6
 
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It's time for the big runway fashion show and pop-up shop showing off B.Yellowtail's new summer line, and as press coverage increases so too do Bethany's nerves. Native models from all over America help show off the amazing threads, while actor pal Martin Sensmeier, Sundance Institute's Bird Runningwater, and Navajo/Apache/Paiute poet Tazbah Rose Chavez drop by to honor the designer's work. In her own words, Bethany's line "acknowledges our ancestors, but also our present--it tells the story of indigenous women now. It's also ME!" Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Producer/Director Billy Luther Executive Producers Randy Barbato Fenton Bailey Directors of Photography Gabriel Bienczycki Jasper Rischen Huy Truong Editor Mary Ann Heagerty Audio Andrea Brooke Theresa Radka Jean Marie Biele Jade Howard Story Producer Melissa Leal Chief Operating Officer Tom Mikkelsen Wolf Executive in Charge of Production Amber Ellis VP of Staffing & Vendor Relations Michelle Palmer Line Producer Stephen Nugent Rights & Clearances Mona Card Kristina Hill Director of Post Production Jaclyn Thompson Senior Post Production Supervisor Travis DeCola Production Coordinator Kurt Murphy Online Editor Eduardo Magaña Audio Mixer Sound Waves Post, LLC Music Provided By “Sun Models” (feat. Madelyn Grant) Performed by ODESZA Written by Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight Published by Just Isn’t Music, administered by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Counter Records “Love of My Life “ by Spencer Battiest “Butterfly” & “The Way” by Innastate “Go Stolo” by Inez Jasper “It Goes Up and Down” & “Out Here” by Gunner Jules “Good Way” by Gunner Jules and Rollie Raps “LUTA” by juQ “Warrior “ by Nataanii Means “Don't Fear to Tread” & “Just Breathe” by Scatter Their Own “City Lights” by The Soft White Sixties “Stand N Rock” by Taboo “Air Born Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Thomas Jaylen Schmidt “Dream Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Nake Nula Waun “Culture Shock” by Nake Nula Waun Gingger Shankar & Little Girl and the Robot Additional Imagery Provided By Friends at Work Getty Images Huntley Film Archives Ltd. Indian Country Today Indigenous Women Rise Makeup by Sinem Native Americans in Philanthropy The Young Turks This Series was produced by World of Wonder Productions which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 World of Wonder Productions.  All Rights Reserved.
Views: 3402 Indie Lens Storycast
Native Fashion Now, and Bethany Drops the Mic | alter-NATIVE Ep. 2
 
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Bethany Yellowtail goes to New York City for the Native Fashion Now exhibit, where 75 indigenous designers show off their woke wares repping diversity. Bethany also gets an invite to attend a "Diversity in Fashion" panel where she asks a pointed question of Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour and other fashion pub bigwigs. Bonus: For a change Bethany has to appear in FRONT of the camera for a photo shoot. Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=su6hTGJpiyY Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Producer/Director Billy Luther Executive Producers Randy Barbato Fenton Bailey Directors of Photography Gabriel Bienczycki Jasper Rischen Huy Truong Editor Mary Ann Heagerty Audio Andrea Brooke Theresa Radka Jean Marie Biele Jade Howard Story Producer Melissa Leal Chief Operating Officer Tom Mikkelsen Wolf Executive in Charge of Production Amber Ellis VP of Staffing & Vendor Relations Michelle Palmer Line Producer Stephen Nugent Rights & Clearances Mona Card Kristina Hill Director of Post Production Jaclyn Thompson Senior Post Production Supervisor Travis DeCola Production Coordinator Kurt Murphy Online Editor Eduardo Magaña Audio Mixer Sound Waves Post, LLC Music Provided By “Sun Models” (feat. Madelyn Grant) Performed by ODESZA Written by Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight Published by Just Isn’t Music, administered by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Counter Records “Love of My Life “ by Spencer Battiest “Butterfly” & “The Way” by Innastate “Go Stolo” by Inez Jasper “It Goes Up and Down” & “Out Here” by Gunner Jules “Good Way” by Gunner Jules and Rollie Raps “LUTA” by juQ “Warrior “ by Nataanii Means “Don't Fear to Tread” & “Just Breathe” by Scatter Their Own “City Lights” by The Soft White Sixties “Stand N Rock” by Taboo “Air Born Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Thomas Jaylen Schmidt “Dream Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Nake Nula Waun “Culture Shock” by Nake Nula Waun Gingger Shankar & Little Girl and the Robot Additional Imagery Provided By Friends at Work Getty Images Huntley Film Archives Ltd. Indian Country Today Indigenous Women Rise Makeup by Sinem Native Americans in Philanthropy The Young Turks This Series was produced by World of Wonder Productions which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 World of Wonder Productions. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 5530 Indie Lens Storycast
All-Girl Robotics Team | Iron Maidens Ep. 1
 
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Based in the Bronx, NY, "Iron Maidens" (or "Fe Maidens") is one of the only all-girl competitive robotics teams in the country. In the first episode of this docuseries, we meet these inspiring teens who learn how to organize, delegate and oversee the construction of their ambitious robotic projects. One of their rivals, a coed team called the Cyborgs, is in the same school: The teams are respectful of each other, but competition is brewing. Here they learn what the year's FIRST® Robotics Competition assignment is. Now that they have their challenge, it's time to plan...on the road to victory! First of six episodes. For more information about the Iron Maidens, visit https://www.ironmaidens.tv/ Watch next episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gUnblWzXpI Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed by Vanessa Black and Erica Hill Executive Producers Killer Impact Adrienne Becker Producers Killer Impact Amber Guyton Adrienne Becker Directors of Photography Jendra Jarnagin Kira Kelly Editor Jordan Smedberg Assistant Editor: Valerie Brooks, Jake Garcia, Gabriel Miller Composer: Dave Lewis Sound Design: Dave Lewis and Jimmy Sudekum Digital Intermediate Colorist: Charlie Rokosny Digital Intermediate Online Editor: Gil Litver Sound Mix: Patrick Burgess Post Production Services: Final Frame Co-­Executive Producer: Rachel Fleit, Rachel Gould and Chloe Hall Associate Producer: Gordon Ampel Production Assistant: Alexandra Bock, Ian Herman, Jake Garcia, Kelly Kruger, Marie Bardi, Valerie Brooks B Camera Operator: Jeffrey Johnson, Nausheen Dadabhoy Assistant Camera: Alexandra Bock, Andi Obarski, Cameron Bertron, Lucky Cheng, Ryan Nocella, Tine DeLuca Sound Engineer: Anne Pope, Danny Hole, Mark Maloof, Matt Sutton, Phil Shipman This Series was produced by Killer Films Media which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Killer Films Media. All Rights Reserved.
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La Guardia Finds Empathy for a Toddler | Pops Ep. 3
 
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La Guardia tries to figure out how to be more empathetic for Amalah, who, like most toddlers, spends a lot of time crying, whining, and, much to La Guardia's consternation, not sleeping through the night. He gets advice from his own dad, while Leah looks for health care with another baby on the way. How will Amalah deal with the idea of a sibling? Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs More about POPS: http://pops.life/ Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I7q1uZ0alM La Guardia Cross on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/laguardiacross Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 40336 Indie Lens Storycast
El Paso: Carnitas | Tacos of Texas Ep. 7
 
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Taco journalist Mando Rayo’s hometown is El Paso, where the border is just steps away and carnitas are cooked to golden perfection. Jessie Peña of Tacoholics shows how his taco designs are helping change the perception of El Paso food, while chef “Rulis” Gonzalez slow-cooks amazing carnitas in a cazo, with love. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios.
Views: 1023 Indie Lens Storycast
F Is for: Fantasizing About the Future | The F Word Ep. 4
 
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Kristan and Nicole get their first potential match, but they may be getting ahead of themselves in their excitement. While waiting, Nicole attends a Family Fair to shmooze the local social workers, but it doesn’t go too well. A foster-to-adopt story. Learn more about foster care at http://www.thefwordseries.com Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Otg6b30Sz6g Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed and Produced by Nicole Opper Produced by Kristan Cassady Camera Mario Furloni Erin Palmquist Tijana Petrovic Mike Seely Alix Spence Editor Emile Bokaer Laura Green Brooke Sebold Sound Lauretta Molitor Animation Sam Berliner Alexander Zane Irwin Composer Diana Sailer Associate Producer Natalie Teter Additional Editing Jen Bradwell Assistant Editor Claire Weissbluth Additional Animation Alexander Zane Irwin Senior Consultant Adam Pertman Creative Consultant Wendy Levy Consulting Producers Christa Scherck Khadija Mcmahon Maria Mealla Sound Mix and Design Dan Olmsted Berkeley Sound Artists Colorist Robert Arnold Legal Justine Jacobs Production Assistants Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Thanks Cary Crall Kenyon Symons-Rogers Pat Jackson Johnny Symons William Rogers Jillian Lauren Scott Shriner Sharese Bullock-Bailey Angela Tucker N'jeri Eaton Rob Richert Bradley Furnish Paul Meyers Anna Moot-Levin Adam Tobin John Kane Manuel Tsingaris Dawn Valadez Katie Galloway Michael Collins Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz Jethro Patalinghug Tim Reil Oakland Children's Hospital A Better Way Kaiser Permanente 2016 BAVC MM cohort Raise a Child California Youth Connections Adopt Us Kids First Place for Youth National Center on Adoption and Permanency Our Family Coalition PACT Be’chol Lashon Ninth Street Independent Film Center BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship IFP Additional Music Run Amok By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Meatball Parade By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Malt Shop Bop By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Happy Happy Game Show By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Symphony No. 5 By Beethoven Courtesy of Youtube Background Music El Salitro (No Trumpets) - Mariachi Composed by David Pena Courtesy of David Pena Photos courtesy of Heather Katsoulis Tanya Little Creative Commons Footage from “First Friday” Courtesy of Mario Furloni and N’Jeri Eaton Footage from “Daddy and Papa” Courtesy of Johnny Symons THE F WORD is a co-production of NICOLE OPPER and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with Funding provided by CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) In partnership with the BAVC National MediaMaker Fellowship This program was produced by Nicole Opper Productions, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © Nicole Opper Productions, LLC
Views: 5672 Indie Lens Storycast
F Is for: Fake It Til You Make It | The F Word Ep. 2
 
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Kristan and Nicole prepare for their home study, checking requirements off a long list: a physical exam with their fabulous physician, Dr. Tiny; learning CPR at 7:00 AM on a Sunday; and answering awkward questions from their social worker. Watch Episode 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqop2cKXBIQ A foster-to-adopt story. Learn more about foster care at http://www.thefwordseries.com Watch the next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqop2cKXBIQ Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed and Produced by Nicole Opper Produced by Kristan Cassady Camera Mario Furloni Erin Palmquist Tijana Petrovic Mike Seely Alix Spence Editor Emile Bokaer Laura Green Brooke Sebold Sound Lauretta Molitor Animation Sam Berliner Alexander Zane Irwin Composer Diana Sailer Associate Producer Natalie Teter Additional Editing Jen Bradwell Assistant Editor Claire Weissbluth Additional Animation Alexander Zane Irwin Senior Consultant Adam Pertman Creative Consultant Wendy Levy Consulting Producers Christa Scherck Khadija Mcmahon Maria Mealla Sound Mix and Design Dan Olmsted Berkeley Sound Artists Colorist Robert Arnold Legal Justine Jacobs Production Assistants Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Thanks Cary Crall Kenyon Symons-Rogers Pat Jackson Johnny Symons William Rogers Jillian Lauren Scott Shriner Sharese Bullock-Bailey Angela Tucker N'jeri Eaton Rob Richert Bradley Furnish Paul Meyers Anna Moot-Levin Adam Tobin John Kane Manuel Tsingaris Dawn Valadez Katie Galloway Michael Collins Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz Jethro Patalinghug Tim Reil Oakland Children's Hospital A Better Way Kaiser Permanente 2016 BAVC MM cohort Raise a Child California Youth Connections Adopt Us Kids First Place for Youth National Center on Adoption and Permanency Our Family Coalition PACT Be’chol Lashon Ninth Street Independent Film Center BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship IFP Additional Music Run Amok By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Meatball Parade By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Malt Shop Bop By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Happy Happy Game Show By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Symphony No. 5 By Beethoven Courtesy of Youtube Background Music El Salitro (No Trumpets) - Mariachi Composed by David Pena Courtesy of David Pena Photos courtesy of Heather Katsoulis Tanya Little Creative Commons Footage from “First Friday” Courtesy of Mario Furloni and N’Jeri Eaton Footage from “Daddy and Papa” Courtesy of Johnny Symons THE F WORD is a co-production of NICOLE OPPER and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with Funding provided by CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) In partnership with the BAVC National MediaMaker Fellowship This program was produced by Nicole Opper Productions, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © Nicole Opper Productions, LLC
Views: 7304 Indie Lens Storycast
Behind the Scenes of Divas of Karachi | Divas of Karachi Ep. 6
 
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Go behind the scenes of the docuseries Divas of Karachi with its creator, writer and director Senain Kheshgi, who grew up in America but was born in Karachi. She reveals her personal motivations for bringing the city to a wider audience, and discusses her favorite moments, deleted takes and behind the scenes details. Director: Senain Kheshgi Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Created, Directed, Written and Executive Produced by Senain Kheshgi Produced by Cathleen Alexander Annie Hanlon Senain Kheshgi Co-Executive Producers Annie Hanlon Jonathon Ker Supervising Editor Sharmila Ariathurai Director of Photography Zayer Hassan Edited by Charles Kaplan Assistant Editor Wendy Sit Associate Producer Andrea Lewis Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Pamela Torno Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Featuring Ainee Shehzad Salim Hadia Khan Mohsin Sayeed Nazneen Tariq Khan Uzma Khan Pakistan Producer Neha Mashooqullah Original Music by Mark Tschanz Additional Camera M. Siam Eloise Ker Haider Ali Salman Alam Assistant Camera Tamar Shahzad Daud Rafeeq Ejaz Bhatti Production Sound Shahid Qureshi Senain Kheshgi Additional Pakistan Production Management Sarwar Mushtaq & Nadeem Ahmed In association with Eckova Productions Additional Editing Tricia Rodrigo Wendy Sit Titles and Motion Graphics Anton Goddard Production Stills Senain Kheshgi Jaffar Hassan Salman Alam Post Production Services Rocket Panda Post Colorist Josh Tessier On-line Conformist & Finishing Brady Hallongren Re-recording Mixer Michel Tyabji, Limitless Sky Records Additional Music Michel Tyabji Audio Network Production Legal – LynnAnn Klotz, Esq Special Thanks The families of Ainee Shehzad Salim The families of Hadia Khan The families of Uzma Khan The families of Nazneen Tariq Khan The families of Mohsin Khan Farooq Amin Irum Azeem Farooque Saima Essa Samirah Ganny Jaffer Hasan Saima Haq Irfan ul Haq Shezray Hussain Rasikh Ismail Faisal Kapadia Rajan Khokar Bisma Khan M. Shariq Khan Mohamed Ayub Khan Samira Merchant Misbah Mumtaz Shiraz Qureshi Zhlaekha Salman Saad Siddiqui Tooba Siddiqui Seema Suleman Nadia Feroz Virani Feroz Virani Essa Yahya Beach Luxury Hotel Clippers Salon Ensemble JumpLA Karachi Candle Company Karachi Grammar School Koel Café The Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre The Pink Tree Super Savaari Express Karim Ahmad Noah Arceneaux Imran Arceneaux Betsy Beale Michael Brunjes Suzanne Costas Patrick Griffin Pamela Torno Rehana Qureshi This Series was produced by Senain K Pictures, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Senain K Pictures, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 26521 Indie Lens Storycast
Corpus Christi: Breakfast Tacos | Tacos of Texas Ep. 5
 
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Corpus Christi is the hometown of Selena, Whataburger and the BEST breakfast tacos. Amando and Jarod visit the coastal city's Chacho's Tacos for the huge "Almighty", and Hi-Ho's, where everyone in town goes for their breakfast tacos. Then they hang with creatives who talk about cultural appropriation while sharing a home-cooked taco spread. Watch now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeZC5M3Jy3Y Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Hosts Mando Rayo & Jarod Neece Director Dennis Burnett Co-Director Zachary Edick Producer Mando Rayo Co-Producer Jarod Neece Editors Wynona Becker Mira Lippold-Johnson Sound Engineer Nick Worthen Key Grip / Still Photographer Robert Gomez 2nd Camera Chase McDaniel Field Producers Gerald Flores Maria Real Music by: Peligrosa Music Publishing (Oríon Garcia) Vanessa Del Fierro’s Las Coronelas Mariachi (Austin and San Antonio) Veronique Medrano (Rio Grande Valley) The Blind Owls (Corpus Christi) Gio Chamba (Houston) Mariachi Las Caponeras (El Paso) Karla Kay Alvarez, José Alvarez & Marco Perez (Dallas) Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer TACOS OF TEXAS is a co-production of TACO JOURNALISM LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Mil gracias to everyone that helped make The Tacos of Texas Docuseries a reality. Stay hungry, my friends. Mando’s familia: Ixchel Granada de Rayo, Quetzal Rayo and Diego Rayo Jarod’s Family: Andrea Yz, Tessa Neece and Francesca Neece Dennis’ family: Lindsey Mongrain for her patience and support, my father Mark Burnett who taught me what it means to have a work ethic. Le Gente & taco shops en el show: Jose Velasquez, Regina Estrada (Joe’s Bakery), Maritza Vasquez (Veracruz All Natural), Gloria Lopez (Ray’s Puffy Tacos), Rick Lopez, Imelda Sanchez (Henry’s Puffy Tacos), Jorge Cortez (Mi Tierra Restaurant), Ellen Riojas Clark, Ph.D, Saul Obregon (La Macro Taco Truck), Alex Martinez, Jessica VillaGomez (Boombox Taco) Tia Pancha Flea Market, Taqueria El Cilantro, Wonky Power, Isabel and Robert Vezzetti (Vezzetti Ranch) Hector Guerra, Tony Martinez (Mayor of Brownsville) Armando and Adela Vera (Vera’s Backyard Bar-B-Que), Miguel Cobos, Josef Sifuentes, Rene Escamilla, Jaime Escamilla, Joe A. Aldrete, Chickie Samano, Manuel Medrano, Ph.D, The Taco Mile, Taqueria El Mesquite, Larry Lof (Olvera Building), Mary Gutirrez, Juanita Chavira, Arnulfo Gutierrez, Michael Gutierrez, Marilyn Lemos, (Chacho’s Tacos), Rick Garcia (Hi-Ho Restaurant), Monica McCleod Sawyer (The Ritz Theatre), Gerald Flores (TacoCreative), Elena Flores (Sew Bonita), Vianney Rodriguez (Sweet Life), Chef Anastacia Quiñones (Cedar Social) Luis Olvera (Trompo), Regino Rojas (Revolver Taco Lounge), Luis Villalva (El Come Taco), Flocc Studio, Texas Theatre, Jessie Peña (Tacoholics), Licon Diary, El Segundo Barrio, Chef Raul Gonzalez (Rulis International Kitchen) and El Paso Chihuahuas. Extra thanks to: Miriam Sanchez, Olga and Santiago Garcia, Paulina Artieda, Argentina Granada, Maria Isabel Ibarra, Moraima Ibarra, Llyas Salahud-Din, Joel Salcido, Laura Tansey and Polo Valdes, Marcus and Suzanne Mateus, Monica Maldonado Williams, Pepe Yz, Adrian Graniel, Letty Fernandez, Jamie Kovach, Stephanie and Chris Worthen and Federico Archuleta. www.tacosoftexas.com www.tacojournalism.com IG: www.instagram.com/tacosoftexas Twitter: www.facebook.com/tacosoftexas FB: www.twitter.com/tacosoftexas
Views: 2317 Indie Lens Storycast
Finding Redemption Through a Quinceañera | ¡FIESTA! Quinceañera Ep. 5
 
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Three ways quinceañeras help you find your own personal redemption: Oscar introduces the world to his drag persona "La Pakis", the Shakira-obsessed Fernanda prepares her epic dance number, and vegan Angie braces for her meaty Mexico trip. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmc6wLZlfzc Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed, Filmed and Produced by Rodrigo Dorfman and Peter Eversoll Editor Rodrigo Dorfman Music and Score Alejandro Santoyo Graphic Artist Rosalia Torres-Weiner Additional Editor Chi-Ho Lee Sound Mix Stewart Nelsen Colorist Jim Fink Additional Footage Jonathan Quetzal Still Photography Melida Verduzco Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Extra special thanks to all the wonderful families who participated: Juana and Irma Oscar and Eva Fernanda, Livia, Cristobal, Aaron, and Rosario Angie, Geli, Nahu, David and Tío David Aranxta and Tere Briana and Lupe Jessica, Marta and family Esmerelda, Ana and family Special Thanks to: Melida and Jonathan from Tus15TV Zach at Dave’s Tow-A-Way Father Christopher, Katushka and the Immaculate Conception Church, Durham Merced and Decoraciones Miraim Bridal and Flowers Oscar, Angie’s cousin Other Thanks: Carnecería La Superior The Royal Banquet and Conference Center The Durham Armory The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) Javier “Don” Becerra Lorena Fernandez/Imperial Party Planning Banda Los Guanajuatenses Mariachi Amanecer Tapatío Chino Latino Nightclub Rodeo Space Nightclub KeBuena Radio Station Heather Primm This program was produced by FIESTA STORIES LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 FIESTA STORIES LLC All Rights Reserved #Quinceanera #Latino #Shakira
Views: 1140 Indie Lens Storycast
Torn Between Two Parties: An Undecided Black Voter in Mississippi | Hidden Vote Ep. 5
 
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In the small town of Collins, Mississippi, Shalonda Thompson, an undecided young African American voter, is torn between voting in line with her Democrat family, and the increasing influence of the staunchly Republican white family she works for. Shalonda respects both sides, but when it comes to election day, how will she ultimately vote? Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director Hanna Miller Producer Adithya Sambamurthy Editor Michael Goodier Camera Adithya Sambamurthy Hanna Miller Sound Taiwo Gaynor Music William Ryan Fritch Titles & Graphics Rigved Ghia Sound Mixer Nathan Ruyle Colorist Jason Knutzen Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson and Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer THE HIDDEN VOTE is a co-production of HIDDEN VOTE LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Series Producers Adithya Sambamurthy Ben Rekhi Additional Camera Aaron Phillips Additional Sound Ezekiel Bandy Special Thanks Covington County Republican Women Thompson Family Kervin Family
Views: 1006 Indie Lens Storycast
Living Out Your Quinceañera Fantasía | ¡FIESTA! Quinceañera Ep. 2
 
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It's a sweet fantasia, baby. The glittering world of quinceañeras come to life in dreamy fantasy photo shoots, giant dolls and tiaras, jewelry and heels, fab choreography and tasty cakes. All centered around the magical dress: colorful and extravagant. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed, Filmed and Produced by Rodrigo Dorfman and Peter Eversoll Editor Rodrigo Dorfman Music and Score Alejandro Santoyo Graphic Artist Rosalia Torres-Weiner Additional Editor Chi-Ho Lee Sound Mix Stewart Nelsen Colorist Jim Fink Additional Footage Jonathan Quetzal Still Photography Melida Verduzco Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Extra special thanks to all the wonderful families who participated: Juana and Irma Oscar and Eva Fernanda, Livia, Cristobal, Aaron, and Rosario Angie, Geli, Nahu, David and Tío David Aranxta and Tere Briana and Lupe Jessica, Marta and family Esmerelda, Ana and family Special Thanks to: Melida and Jonathan from Tus15TV Zach at Dave’s Tow-A-Way Father Christopher, Katushka and the Immaculate Conception Church, Durham Merced and Decoraciones Miraim Bridal and Flowers Oscar, Angie’s cousin Other Thanks: Carnecería La Superior The Royal Banquet and Conference Center The Durham Armory The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) Javier “Don” Becerra Lorena Fernandez/Imperial Party Planning Banda Los Guanajuatenses Mariachi Amanecer Tapatío Chino Latino Nightclub Rodeo Space Nightclub KeBuena Radio Station Heather Primm This program was produced by FIESTA STORIES LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 FIESTA STORIES LLC All Rights Reserved #Quinceañera #Latino #Latina #Adolescence
Views: 2089 Indie Lens Storycast
Shaka and Sekou Are Separated | Pops Ep. 11
 
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In the final episode of Pops, Shaka Senghor moves to Los Angeles to pursue new creative opportunities, but this means being apart from his son Sekou for months, and dealing with separation anxiety, while Ebony has to be a solo parent most of the time. When they are reunited in L.A., Shaka has new perspective on fatherhood and Sekou's future. Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch 360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
Friends to the Rescue! | Divas of Karachi Ep. 5
 
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The day of The Pink Tree wedding wear launch is finally here, but will anyone show up? Mohsin is stressed out and in a bad mood, which puts Hadia in a bad mood, too; will the other ladies come to their rescue? Director: Senain Kheshgi Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3vjEurJsKQ&t=2s Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Created, Directed, Written and Executive Produced by Senain Kheshgi Produced by Cathleen Alexander Annie Hanlon Senain Kheshgi Co-Executive Producers Annie Hanlon Jonathon Ker Supervising Editor Sharmila Ariathurai Director of Photography Zayer Hassan Edited by Charles Kaplan Assistant Editor Wendy Sit Associate Producer Andrea Lewis Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Pamela Torno Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Featuring Ainee Shehzad Salim Hadia Khan Mohsin Sayeed Nazneen Tariq Khan Uzma Khan Pakistan Producer Neha Mashooqullah Original Music by Mark Tschanz Additional Camera M. Siam Eloise Ker Haider Ali Salman Alam Assistant Camera Tamar Shahzad Daud Rafeeq Ejaz Bhatti Production Sound Shahid Qureshi Senain Kheshgi Additional Pakistan Production Management Sarwar Mushtaq & Nadeem Ahmed In association with Eckova Productions Additional Editing Tricia Rodrigo Wendy Sit Titles and Motion Graphics Anton Goddard Production Stills Senain Kheshgi Jaffar Hassan Salman Alam Post Production Services Rocket Panda Post Colorist Josh Tessier On-line Conformist & Finishing Brady Hallongren Re-recording Mixer Michel Tyabji, Limitless Sky Records Additional Music Michel Tyabji Audio Network Production Legal – LynnAnn Klotz, Esq Special Thanks The families of Ainee Shehzad Salim The families of Hadia Khan The families of Uzma Khan The families of Nazneen Tariq Khan The families of Mohsin Khan Farooq Amin Irum Azeem Farooque Saima Essa Samirah Ganny Jaffer Hasan Saima Haq Irfan ul Haq Shezray Hussain Rasikh Ismail Faisal Kapadia Rajan Khokar Bisma Khan M. Shariq Khan Mohamed Ayub Khan Samira Merchant Misbah Mumtaz Shiraz Qureshi Zhlaekha Salman Saad Siddiqui Tooba Siddiqui Seema Suleman Nadia Feroz Virani Feroz Virani Essa Yahya Beach Luxury Hotel Clippers Salon Ensemble JumpLA Karachi Candle Company Karachi Grammar School Koel Café The Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre The Pink Tree Super Savaari Express Karim Ahmad Noah Arceneaux Imran Arceneaux Betsy Beale Michael Brunjes Suzanne Costas Patrick Griffin Pamela Torno Rehana Qureshi This Series was produced by Senain K Pictures, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Senain K Pictures, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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Shaka Senghor Reconnects with His Own Dad | Pops Ep. 10
 
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Shaka Senghor goes on tour promoting his best-selling memoir, "Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison." He takes Sekou with him so he can see the full range of human emotions, experiences, and be loved--everything Shaka didn't get when he was a kid. He talks publicly about his mom's own "cycle of hurt," while with his own heartfelt words his dad helps celebrate Shaka's book and appearance on Oprah. Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si7t_dBFzIs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch 360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
Standing with Standing Rock | alter-NATIVE Ep. 5
 
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With business partner Kim and new assistant Kiela Bird (who moved from Montana to work with her), fashion designer Bethany Yellowtail checks out the rad new space where she'll hold a fashion show, located (ironically or appropriately) at the corner of Cherokee and Hollywood Blvd. Bethany wants to weave into her work her impressions of the Standing Rock protests -- where she'd felt a deep connection to ancestors and Native activists but also wants to counter media's very male-driven perspective of the protests. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Producer/Director Billy Luther Executive Producers Randy Barbato Fenton Bailey Directors of Photography Gabriel Bienczycki Jasper Rischen Huy Truong Editor Mary Ann Heagerty Audio Andrea Brooke Theresa Radka Jean Marie Biele Jade Howard Story Producer Melissa Leal Chief Operating Officer Tom Mikkelsen Wolf Executive in Charge of Production Amber Ellis VP of Staffing & Vendor Relations Michelle Palmer Line Producer Stephen Nugent Rights & Clearances Mona Card Kristina Hill Director of Post Production Jaclyn Thompson Senior Post Production Supervisor Travis DeCola Production Coordinator Kurt Murphy Online Editor Eduardo Magaña Audio Mixer Sound Waves Post, LLC Music Provided By “Sun Models” (feat. Madelyn Grant) Performed by ODESZA Written by Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight Published by Just Isn’t Music, administered by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Counter Records “Love of My Life “ by Spencer Battiest “Butterfly” & “The Way” by Innastate “Go Stolo” by Inez Jasper “It Goes Up and Down” & “Out Here” by Gunner Jules “Good Way” by Gunner Jules and Rollie Raps “LUTA” by juQ “Warrior “ by Nataanii Means “Don't Fear to Tread” & “Just Breathe” by Scatter Their Own “City Lights” by The Soft White Sixties “Stand N Rock” by Taboo “Air Born Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Thomas Jaylen Schmidt “Dream Instrumental” by Frank Waln feat Nake Nula Waun “Culture Shock” by Nake Nula Waun Gingger Shankar & Little Girl and the Robot Additional Imagery Provided By Friends at Work Getty Images Huntley Film Archives Ltd. Indian Country Today Indigenous Women Rise Makeup by Sinem Native Americans in Philanthropy The Young Turks Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. This Series was produced by World of Wonder Productions which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 World of Wonder Productions. All Rights Reserved.
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Two Muslim American Candidates on Opposite Sides | Hidden Vote Ep. 1
 
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Series premiere: Dearborn, Michigan, with the largest Muslim population in America, has a hotly contested city council race in full swing. One candidate, Rifaat Mike Hacham, is a Muslim American conservative who was inspired to get into politics by the president’s unlikely win. Another, Nada al-Hanooti, is a progressive Democrat who was so appalled by the state of things that she, too, decided to run. Will either make it past the primaries? Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fth9IdDo274 Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director, Camera Adithya Sambamurthy Producer Ben Rekhi Editor Michael Goodier Sound Recordists Jacob Varley David Fienup Music William Ryan Fritch Sound Mixer Nathan Ruyle Colorist Jason Knutzen Titles & Graphics Rigved Ghia Translation Ahmad Anka Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson and Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer The Hidden Vote is a co-production of Adithya Sambamurthy and Ben Rekhi and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB). Archive Footage courtesy of CSPAN Series producers, The Hidden Vote Ben Rekhi Adithya Sambamurthy Special thanks The Hacham Family The al-Hanooti Family Osama Siblani City of Dearborn #Voting #Elections #MuslimAmericans
Shaka Senghor Writes a New Chapter | Pops Ep. 9
 
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In the ninth episode of Pops, we meet Shaka Senghor, who'd lost his first opportunity to be a hands-on father when he was imprisoned. But there he found a passion for writing and turned his life around, writing the best-selling memoir, "Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison." Now he has a young son Sekou and is determined not to repeat the same mistakes. Despite being separated from Sekou's mom, the two parents continue to co-parent so their young child doesn't feel the disconnect. Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEiVse6WLgY Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch 360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
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Taking Our Robot to Regionals | Iron Maidens Ep. 6
 
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In the final episode of Iron Maidens, the team heads off to the New York regionals, as their new robot finally faces competition. They feel the pressure even more than co-ed teams, not wanting it to seem like "girls are bad at robotics." Regardless of where they finish though, they're climbing new heights. For more information about the Iron Maidens, visit https://www.ironmaidens.tv/ Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed by Vanessa Black and Erica Hill Executive Producers Killer Impact Adrienne Becker Producers Killer Impact Amber Guyton Adrienne Becker Directors of Photography Jendra Jarnagin Kira Kelly Editor Jordan Smedberg Assistant Editor: Valerie Brooks, Jake Garcia, Gabriel Miller Composer: Dave Lewis Sound Design: Dave Lewis and Jimmy Sudekum Digital Intermediate Colorist: Charlie Rokosny Digital Intermediate Online Editor: Gil Litver Sound Mix: Patrick Burgess Post Production Services: Final Frame Co-­Executive Producer: Rachel Fleit, Rachel Gould and Chloe Hall Associate Producer: Gordon Ampel Production Assistant: Alexandra Bock, Ian Herman, Jake Garcia, Kelly Kruger, Marie Bardi, Valerie Brooks B Camera Operator: Jeffrey Johnson, Nausheen Dadabhoy Assistant Camera: Alexandra Bock, Andi Obarski, Cameron Bertron, Lucky Cheng, Ryan Nocella, Tine DeLuca Sound Engineer: Anne Pope, Danny Hole, Mark Maloof, Matt Sutton, Phil Shipman This Series was produced by Killer Films Media which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Killer Films Media. All Rights Reserved.
F Is for Falalala: Tis the Season to Feel Worried | The F Word Ep. 5
 
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Another promising lead for a placement comes Nicole and Kristan's way, and this one comes fast: if it works out, they could have a four-year-old within the week. While they prepare, an unexpected development changes the plan. A foster-to-adopt story. Learn more about foster care at http://www.thefwordseries.com Watch the next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GesbqbUK37I Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed and Produced by Nicole Opper Produced by Kristan Cassady Camera Mario Furloni Erin Palmquist Tijana Petrovic Mike Seely Alix Spence Editor Emile Bokaer Laura Green Brooke Sebold Sound Lauretta Molitor Animation Sam Berliner Alexander Zane Irwin Composer Diana Sailer Associate Producer Natalie Teter Additional Editing Jen Bradwell Assistant Editor Claire Weissbluth Additional Animation Alexander Zane Irwin Senior Consultant Adam Pertman Creative Consultant Wendy Levy Consulting Producers Christa Scherck Khadija Mcmahon Maria Mealla Sound Mix and Design Dan Olmsted Berkeley Sound Artists Colorist Robert Arnold Legal Justine Jacobs Production Assistants Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Thanks Cary Crall Kenyon Symons-Rogers Pat Jackson Johnny Symons William Rogers Jillian Lauren Scott Shriner Sharese Bullock-Bailey Angela Tucker N'jeri Eaton Rob Richert Bradley Furnish Paul Meyers Anna Moot-Levin Adam Tobin John Kane Manuel Tsingaris Dawn Valadez Katie Galloway Michael Collins Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz Jethro Patalinghug Tim Reil Oakland Children's Hospital A Better Way Kaiser Permanente 2016 BAVC MM cohort Raise a Child California Youth Connections Adopt Us Kids First Place for Youth National Center on Adoption and Permanency Our Family Coalition PACT Be’chol Lashon Ninth Street Independent Film Center BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship IFP Additional Music Run Amok By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Meatball Parade By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Malt Shop Bop By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Happy Happy Game Show By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Symphony No. 5 By Beethoven Courtesy of Youtube Background Music El Salitro (No Trumpets) - Mariachi Composed by David Pena Courtesy of David Pena Photos courtesy of Heather Katsoulis Tanya Little Creative Commons Footage from “First Friday” Courtesy of Mario Furloni and N’Jeri Eaton Footage from “Daddy and Papa” Courtesy of Johnny Symons THE F WORD is a co-production of NICOLE OPPER and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with Funding provided by CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) In partnership with the BAVC National MediaMaker Fellowship This program was produced by Nicole Opper Productions, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © Nicole Opper Productions, LLC
Views: 5512 Indie Lens Storycast
Living With Fear of Deportation | Waking Dream Ep. 2
 
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Could you find the inner resolve needed to get by while in constant fear of deportation? Steve, whose parents were forced to live in China after an ICE raid, is threatened with deportation himself. Also: despite the risks involved, Dilan decides to go to Mexico to see his father for the first time in 14 years, leaving the U.S. while crossing fingers he's allowed to cross back to America. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director and Producer Theo Rigby Producer Rebekah Fergusson Director of Photography Theo Rigby Editor Jen Bradwell Music by William Ryan Fritch Sound Recordists Gerardo Villareal Rebekah Fergusson Emile Bokaer Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Waking Dream is a co-production of iNation Media and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Additional Camera Jordan Gantz Jonathan Skurnik Additional Sound Recording Steve Souryal Chris Ward Orlando Torres Additional Editing John Kane Assistant Editors Cyrus Tabar Ellie Vanderlip Production Assistants Orlando Bedolla Diana Villareal Interns Nicole Amyx Orlando Torres Colorist Robert Arnold Supervising Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer Jeremiah Moore Dialogue Editor Erik Reimers Mixed at Jeremiah Moore Sound, Hyde Street Studios Title Design and Animation Sylvia Roberts Jen Bradwell Jason Sussberg Legal Counsel Justine Jacob, Focus Media Law Group Production Accountant Diane Mendez Footage and News Coverage Provided by ABC News Change.org CNBC CNN CSPAN NBC Bay Area NPR Morning Edition Mission Local USA Today Stills Provided by John and James, and their family Rossy Evelin Lima Dilan Pedraza Steve Li Allison Stevens Poetry Written and Performed by Rossy Evelin Lima The filmmakers would like to thank: All Waking Dream participants and their families Waking Dream’s 270+ backers on Kickstarter Margaret Stock The staff at Immigrants Rising Kathy Gin Social Justice Collaborative The Doc Factory Dogpatch Films Ryan Malloy Nicole Miyahara Tedd Roundy Mario Furloni Emily Fraser Sebastian Lasaosa Rogers Lindsay Skedgell Nicole Opper Ed Kissam JoAnn Intili Katina Papson Rigby Naiya Esperanza Rigby Additional Funding Provided by The Werner-Kohnstamm Family Giving Fund Songs “I’m Gonna be an Airborne Ranger” from the musical album “Workout to the Running Songs of the U.S. Military Vol. 1.” Produced by Documentary Recordings, Inc. © 2018 iNation Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 1055 Indie Lens Storycast
Navajo Nation Divided Over Coal | Hidden Vote Ep. 2
 
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In New Mexico, a debate divides Navajos: the environment or jobs? Coal may be a shrinking industry but it employs many native workers. Follow along as Republican State Rep. and Navajo Nation member Sharon Clahchischilliage heads to Santa Fe to face off with energy companies and environmentalists during a tense public hearing on the impending closure of a coal plant in her district. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-D_sBcPgQw Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director & Producer Ben Rekhi Director of Photography Carmen Cabana Co-Producer and Additional Photography Adithya Sambamurthy Associate Producer Carey Tully Editor Mike Small Music William Ryan Fritch Sound Recordist Dave Renner Sound Re-Recording Mixer Nathan Ruyle Colorist Jason Knutzen Titles & Graphics Rigved Ghia Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson and Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer THE HIDDEN VOTE is a co-production of HIDDEN VOTE LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Series Producers Adithya Sambamurthy Ben Rekhi Special Thanks Navajo Nation New Mexico Public Regulations Commission Deswood Tome Germaine Chappelle #Navajo #NewMexico #Election
Views: 1243 Indie Lens Storycast
This Surprise Quinceañera Gift Will Change Her Life | ¡FIESTA! Quinceañera Ep. 4
 
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Surprise gifts are the centerpiece of a quinceañera party, and one in particular will change Angie’s life. Fernanda's hippie-inspired quinceañera empowers her to truly be in charge of her own party. Meanwhile, Oscar learns a tough lesson about his dress. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYk8t8LGga4 Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed, Filmed and Produced by Rodrigo Dorfman and Peter Eversoll Editor Rodrigo Dorfman Music and Score Alejandro Santoyo Graphic Artist Rosalia Torres-Weiner Additional Editor Chi-Ho Lee Sound Mix Stewart Nelsen Colorist Jim Fink Additional Footage Jonathan Quetzal Still Photography Melida Verduzco Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Extra special thanks to all the wonderful families who participated: Juana and Irma Oscar and Eva Fernanda, Livia, Cristobal, Aaron, and Rosario Angie, Geli, Nahu, David and Tío David Aranxta and Tere Briana and Lupe Jessica, Marta and family Esmerelda, Ana and family Special Thanks to: Melida and Jonathan from Tus15TV Zach at Dave’s Tow-A-Way Father Christopher, Katushka and the Immaculate Conception Church, Durham Merced and Decoraciones Miraim Bridal and Flowers Oscar, Angie’s cousin Other Thanks: Carnecería La Superior The Royal Banquet and Conference Center The Durham Armory The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) Javier “Don” Becerra Lorena Fernandez/Imperial Party Planning Banda Los Guanajuatenses Mariachi Amanecer Tapatío Chino Latino Nightclub Rodeo Space Nightclub KeBuena Radio Station Heather Primm This program was produced by FIESTA STORIES LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 FIESTA STORIES LLC All Rights Reserved #quinceañera #Latina #party
Views: 1133 Indie Lens Storycast
F Is for: Fostering Hope...Finally? | The F Word Ep. 6
 
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Nicole and Kristan reflect on their turbulent journey, while South Dakota passes a law which discriminates against LGBTQ people who want to adopt. In an effort to increase their chances of success, Kristan and Nicole expand their search to include siblings. Will they become parents at last? A foster-to-adopt story. Learn more about foster care at http://www.thefwordseries.com Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed and Produced by Nicole Opper Produced by Kristan Cassady Camera Mario Furloni Erin Palmquist Tijana Petrovic Mike Seely Alix Spence Editor Emile Bokaer Laura Green Brooke Sebold Sound Lauretta Molitor Animation Sam Berliner Alexander Zane Irwin Composer Diana Sailer Associate Producer Natalie Teter Additional Editing Jen Bradwell Assistant Editor Claire Weissbluth Additional Animation Alexander Zane Irwin Senior Consultant Adam Pertman Creative Consultant Wendy Levy Consulting Producers Christa Scherck Khadija Mcmahon Maria Mealla Sound Mix and Design Dan Olmsted Berkeley Sound Artists Colorist Robert Arnold Legal Justine Jacobs Production Assistants Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Thanks Cary Crall Kenyon Symons-Rogers Pat Jackson Johnny Symons William Rogers Jillian Lauren Scott Shriner Sharese Bullock-Bailey Angela Tucker N'jeri Eaton Rob Richert Bradley Furnish Paul Meyers Anna Moot-Levin Adam Tobin John Kane Manuel Tsingaris Dawn Valadez Katie Galloway Maria Maella Michael Collins Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz Jethro Patalinghug Tim Reil Oakland Children's Hospital A Better Way Kaiser Permanente 2016 BAVC MediaMaker Cohort Raise a Child California Youth Connections Adopt Us Kids First Place for Youth National Center on Adoption and Permanency Our Family Coalition PACT Be’chol Lashon Ninth Street Independent Film Center BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship IFP THE F WORD is a co-production of NICOLE OPPER and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with Funding provided by CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) In partnership with the BAVC National MediaMaker Fellowship This program was produced by Nicole Opper Productions, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © Nicole Opper Productions, LLC
Views: 6505 Indie Lens Storycast
Undocumented Parents Fight for Their American Dream | Waking Dream Ep. 3
 
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A surprise visit to see his father in Tampico, Mexico is a chance for Dilan to rediscover his roots. A nervous Rossy prepares for an immigration interview with her American-born husband that will determine her citizenship status. Also: With brothers John and James' Army contracts now on the verge of expiring, will their dreams of serving be dashed? Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director and Producer Theo Rigby Producer Rebekah Fergusson Director of Photography Theo Rigby Editor Jen Bradwell Music by William Ryan Fritch Sound Recordists Gerardo Villareal Rebekah Fergusson Emile Bokaer Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Waking Dream is a co-production of iNation Media and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Additional Camera Jordan Gantz Jonathan Skurnik Additional Sound Recording Steve Souryal Chris Ward Orlando Torres Additional Editing John Kane Assistant Editors Cyrus Tabar Ellie Vanderlip Production Assistants Orlando Bedolla Diana Villareal Interns Nicole Amyx Orlando Torres Colorist Robert Arnold Supervising Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer Jeremiah Moore Dialogue Editor Erik Reimers Mixed at Jeremiah Moore Sound, Hyde Street Studios Title Design and Animation Sylvia Roberts Jen Bradwell Jason Sussberg Legal Counsel Justine Jacob, Focus Media Law Group Production Accountant Diane Mendez Footage and News Coverage Provided by ABC News Change.org CNBC CNN CSPAN NBC Bay Area NPR Morning Edition Mission Local USA Today Stills Provided by John and James, and their family Rossy Evelin Lima Dilan Pedraza Steve Li Allison Stevens Poetry Written and Performed by Rossy Evelin Lima The filmmakers would like to thank: All Waking Dream participants and their families Waking Dream’s 270+ backers on Kickstarter Margaret Stock The staff at Immigrants Rising Kathy Gin Social Justice Collaborative The Doc Factory Dogpatch Films Ryan Malloy Nicole Miyahara Tedd Roundy Mario Furloni Emily Fraser Sebastian Lasaosa Rogers Lindsay Skedgell Nicole Opper Ed Kissam JoAnn Intili Katina Papson Rigby Naiya Esperanza Rigby Additional Funding Provided by The Werner-Kohnstamm Family Giving Fund Songs “I’m Gonna be an Airborne Ranger” from the musical album “Workout to the Running Songs of the U.S. Military Vol. 1.” Produced by Documentary Recordings, Inc. © 2018 iNation Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Christopher and Shelton's Open Adoption | Pops Ep. 5
 
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In the fifth episode of Pops, we meet Christopher Inniss and Shelton Stroman, who are raising their 12-year-old son Jonathan in Snellville, GA, where they run an upscale pet resort. They encounter many problems typical of raising a kid that age, as well as some anxiety about prejudice against gay couples. The two achieved their dream of fatherhood via adoption, and have an "open adoption" where Jonathan has access to his birth mom (and eventually they finally met in person). Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs More about POPS: http://pops.life/ Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1lKYA9txbE Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved. #Adoption #LGBTQ #GayAdoption
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Real Talk About Human Trafficking & Domestic Work | The CareForce One Travelogues Ep. 2
 
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How much do you know about our nation's caregiving backstory? At the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Marisa, Choco and Anjum learn that, despite the importance of domestic workers to American life, it's not always been a pretty picture. Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjuZz38FbGA Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Executive Producers Studio REV- SALTY Features Marc Shavitz Director, Director of Photography, Editor Marisa Morán Jahn Producer, Artistic Director, Cinematographer, Illustrator, Cast Member Yael Melamede Producer Anjum Asharia Co-Producer, Assistant Editor, Cinematographer, Multimedia Designer, Cast Member Luca Morán Lasdon (Choco) Cast Member, All-Around Collaborator Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Supervising Producer, ITVS Pamela Torno Consulting Producer, ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator, ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Additional Appearances John Franklin (National Museum of African American History and Culture), Sameera Hafiz, Antonia Pena and her son, Maxo Shot on location Washington D.C. and the National Museum of African American History and Culture Advocacy Partners Caring Across Generations, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network Special Thanks The families of our cast and crew, John Bruno, and more Advisors AI-jen Poo, Marzena Zukowska, Janet Kim, Sunny Bates, Amanda Hickman, Christiane Paul, Lina Srivastava, Tricia Wang, Larisa Mann Additional Funders Sundance Institute: New Frontier Story Lab, Rockefeller Foundation Support for the CareForce public art project provided by National Endowment for the Arts, Fledgling Fund, Map Fund, Tribeca Film Institute, Wave Farm via New York State Council on the Arts: Media Arts Assistance Fund, Funding Exchange, NuLawLab at Northeastern University Law School, Franklin Furnace, and the Asian American Women’s Giving Circle of the Ms. Foundation. Music Mariana Capriles aka M Peach, Boogaloo Mutante John Law, Bias V300 MiniLuv, Time Loop Brushes MiniLuv, CareForce Riddy MiniLuv, Porch Slug Otti Albietz, Times Time Performed by Otti Albietz Published by Pink Lizard Music Limited Courtesy of BBE Music Assistant Editor: Saleem Reshamwala Second Camera: Elana Meyers, Mark Stetson Legal Services: Schulte Roth & Zabel Finance and Bookkeeping: Boehm Business Services Sound Engineer: John Laww Color Correction: Steve Milligan CareForce One Travelogues is a co-production of Studio REV, SALTY Features, and Independent Television Service (ITVS), with funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) This Series was produced by Studio REV which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 Studio REV All Rights Reserved Follow our journey! www.careforce.co | @thecareforce | #careforce
Familias Come Together for Quinceañera | ¡FIESTA! Quinceañera Ep. 3
 
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Reuniting with friends, family and culture are fundamental to quinceañeras. A fiesta choreographer opens up about coming out, while on the eve of their big quinceañeras the girls, Angie and Fernanda, celebrate their parents who have always been there every step of the way. Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KCS0Fyja08 Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed, Filmed and Produced by Rodrigo Dorfman and Peter Eversoll Editor Rodrigo Dorfman Music and Score Alejandro Santoyo Graphic Artist Rosalia Torres-Weiner Additional Editor Chi-Ho Lee Sound Mix Stewart Nelsen Colorist Jim Fink Additional Footage Jonathan Quetzal Still Photography Melida Verduzco Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Consulting Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Extra special thanks to all the wonderful families who participated: Juana and Irma Oscar and Eva Fernanda, Livia, Cristobal, Aaron, and Rosario Angie, Geli, Nahu, David and Tío David Aranxta and Tere Briana and Lupe Jessica, Marta and family Esmerelda, Ana and family Special Thanks to: Melida and Jonathan from Tus15TV Zach at Dave’s Tow-A-Way Father Christopher, Katushka and the Immaculate Conception Church, Durham Merced and Decoraciones Miraim Bridal and Flowers Oscar, Angie’s cousin Other Thanks: Carnecería La Superior The Royal Banquet and Conference Center The Durham Armory The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) Javier “Don” Becerra Lorena Fernandez/Imperial Party Planning Banda Los Guanajuatenses Mariachi Amanecer Tapatío Chino Latino Nightclub Rodeo Space Nightclub KeBuena Radio Station Heather Primm This program was produced by FIESTA STORIES LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 FIESTA STORIES LLC All Rights Reserved #Quinceanera #Latina #Adolescence #LGBTQ
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Hitting the Road with CareForce One | The CareForce One Travelogues  Ep. 1
 
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At some point in your life, you will be affected by caregiving. Join a humorous and touching road trip led by artist Marisa Jahn, her toddler son Choco, and buddy Anjum as they travel down the East Coast in their souped-up station wagon, the CareForce One, to meet the superheroic folks of America's fastest-growing workforce. Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raXngU67Fpc Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Executive Producers Studio REV- SALTY Features Marc Shavitz Director, Director of Photography, Editor Marisa Morán Jahn Producer, Artistic Director, Cinematographer, Illustrator, Cast Member Yael Melamede Producer Anjum Asharia Co-Producer, Assistant Editor, Cinematographer, Multimedia Designer, Cast Member Luca Morán Lasdon (Choco) Cast Member, All-Around Collaborator Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Supervising Producer, ITVS Pamela Torno Consulting Producer, ITVS Karim Ahmad Production Coordinator, ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer Additional Appearances Ai-jen Poo, Natalicia Tracy, Narbada Chetri, Guillermina Castellanos, Judy Koller, Lulin Walter (Marisa’s grandma), Marisa’s student: Katartouch Tobunluepop At Brooklyn Museum: Allison Julian, Irene Jor, Namrata Pradham, Mona Lama, Maria Reyes, Marissa Senteno, and other members of Adhikaar for Human Rights, Domestic Workers United, and NDWA Advocacy Partners Caring Across Generations, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar for Human Rights, Brazilian Worker Center Special Thanks The families of our cast and crew, John Bruno, statewide coalitions of domestic workers in CA NY IL MA CT, Brooklyn Museum, Miami Worker Center, and more. Advisors AI-jen Poo, Marzena Zukowska, Janet Kim, Sunny Bates, Amanda Hickman, Christiane Paul, Lina Srivastava, Tricia Wang, Larisa Mann Additional Funders Sundance Institute: New Frontier Story Lab, Rockefeller Foundation Support for the CareForce public art project provided by National Endowment for the Arts, Fledgling Fund, Map Fund, Tribeca Film Institute, Wave Farm via New York State Council on the Arts: Media Arts Assistance Fund, Funding Exchange, NuLawLab at Northeastern University Law School, Franklin Furnace, and the Asian American Women’s Giving Circle of the Ms. Foundation. Music Episode 1 John Law, Story 1 John Law, Bias V300 Otti Albietz, Structured Repeats Gingee, Rhythm Inside Me Rupen Gehrke, Florian Sagner. Remix by D. Haaksman, Czardas Assistant Editor: Saleem Reshamwala, Will Rogers Second Camera: Elana Meyers, Mark Stetson, Nick Capezzera Legal Services: Schulte Roth & Zabel Finance and Bookkeeping: Boehm Business Services Sound Engineer: John Laww Color Correction: Steve Milligan CareForce One Travelogues is a co-production of Studio REV, SALTY Features, and Independent Television Service (ITVS), with funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) This Series was produced by Studio REV which is solely responsible for its content. © 2018 Studio REV All Rights Reserved Follow our journey! www.careforce.co | @thecareforce | #careforce
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F Is for: Friends & Finding Families Like Ours | The F Word Ep. 3
 
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Nicole and Kristan are approved foster parents and await a placement. They seek advice from friends who've adopted from foster care and bust open some myths about this road to making a family. Then an email from their social worker pops up about a foster kid… “are you interested?” Watch Episode 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRM-QaWeXiA&t= A foster-to-adopt story. Learn more about foster care at http://www.thefwordseries.com Watch episode 4 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRM-QaWeXiA Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed and Produced by Nicole Opper Produced by Kristan Cassady Camera Mario Furloni Erin Palmquist Tijana Petrovic Mike Seely Alix Spence Editor Emile Bokaer Laura Green Brooke Sebold Sound Lauretta Molitor Animation Sam Berliner Alexander Zane Irwin Composer Diana Sailer Associate Producer Natalie Teter Additional Editing Jen Bradwell Assistant Editor Claire Weissbluth Associate Producer Natalie Teter Composer Diana Sailer Animation Sam Berliner Additional Animation Alexander Zane Irwin Senior Consultant Adam Pertman Creative Consultant Wendy Levy Consulting Producers Christa Scherck Khadija Mcmahon Maria Mealla Sound Mix and Design Dan Olmsted Berkeley Sound Artists Colorist Robert Arnold Legal Justine Jacobs Production Assistants Jillian Patterson Brandon Buensuceso Thanks Cary Crall Kenyon Symons-Rogers Pat Jackson Johnny Symons William Rogers Jillian Lauren Scott Shriner Sharese Bullock-Bailey Angela Tucker N'jeri Eaton Rob Richert Bradley Furnish Paul Meyers Anna Moot-Levin Adam Tobin John Kane Manuel Tsingaris Dawn Valadez Katie Galloway Michael Collins Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz Jethro Patalinghug Tim Reil Oakland Children's Hospital A Better Way Kaiser Permanente 2016 BAVC MM cohort Raise a Child California Youth Connections Adopt Us Kids First Place for Youth National Center on Adoption and Permanency Our Family Coalition PACT Be’chol Lashon Ninth Street Independent Film Center BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship IFP Additional Music Run Amok By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Meatball Parade By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Malt Shop Bop By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Happy Happy Game Show By Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons Symphony No. 5 By Beethoven Courtesy of Youtube Background Music El Salitro (No Trumpets) - Mariachi Composed by David Pena Courtesy of David Pena Photos courtesy of Heather Katsoulis Tanya Little Creative Commons Footage from “First Friday” Courtesy of Mario Furloni and N’Jeri Eaton Footage from “Daddy and Papa” Courtesy of Johnny Symons THE F WORD is a co-production of NICOLE OPPER and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with Funding provided by CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) In partnership with the BAVC National MediaMaker Fellowship This program was produced by Nicole Opper Productions, LLC which is solely responsible for its content. © Nicole Opper Productions, LLC
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Debugging the Code: Driving the Robot | Iron Maidens Ep. 5
 
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In episode 5 of Iron Maidens, the design is done and the construction almost complete: we have robot lift-off. Or do we? We get to know Kat, a programming girl who helps build their bot's brain. Now the team is at "bag and tag" day - it's time to pack up the robot for competition. For more information about the Iron Maidens, visit https://www.ironmaidens.tv/ Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZLF1IAsUrU Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Directed by Vanessa Black and Erica Hill Executive Producers Killer Impact Adrienne Becker Producers Killer Impact Amber Guyton Adrienne Becker Directors of Photography Jendra Jarnagin Kira Kelly Editor Jordan Smedberg Assistant Editor: Valerie Brooks, Jake Garcia, Gabriel Miller Composer: Dave Lewis Sound Design: Dave Lewis and Jimmy Sudekum Digital Intermediate Colorist: Charlie Rokosny Digital Intermediate Online Editor: Gil Litver Sound Mix: Patrick Burgess Post Production Services: Final Frame Co-­Executive Producer: Rachel Fleit, Rachel Gould and Chloe Hall Associate Producer: Gordon Ampel Production Assistant: Alexandra Bock, Ian Herman, Jake Garcia, Kelly Kruger, Marie Bardi, Valerie Brooks B Camera Operator: Jeffrey Johnson, Nausheen Dadabhoy Assistant Camera: Alexandra Bock, Andi Obarski, Cameron Bertron, Lucky Cheng, Ryan Nocella, Tine DeLuca Sound Engineer: Anne Pope, Danny Hole, Mark Maloof, Matt Sutton, Phil Shipman This Series was produced by Killer Films Media which is solely responsible for its content. © 2017 Killer Films Media. All Rights Reserved.
Vietnamese American GOP Considers Crossing Party Lines | Hidden Vote Ep. 3
 
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In Orange County, California's Little Saigon (home to the largest population of Vietnamese Americans in the US), Phat Bui, a life-long Republican whose family fled Vietnam after the fall of Saigon in 1975, faces a difficult decision. Will he support a fellow Republican, whom he doesn't trust, or, for the first time ever, support a Democrat he thinks is a better candidate. Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC4eNlecZpQ Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director, Camera, Editor Adithya Sambamurthy Producers Ngoc Nguyen Adithya Sambamurthy Sound Jacob Varley Blas Kisic Music William Ryan Fritch Titles & Graphics Rigved Ghia Sound Mixer Nathan Ruyle Colorist Jason Knutzen Archive Footage courtesy of The Associated Press Series Producer, Indie Lens Storycast Pamela Torno Supervising Producer for ITVS Clare Chambers THE HIDDEN VOTE is a co-production of HIDDEN VOTE LLC and INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE (ITVS), with funding provided by the CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB) Series Producers Ben Rekhi Adithya Sambamurthy Translation Chi-Bich Nga Additional archive Footage courtesy of VietFace TV Special Thanks Phat Bui and family Long Pham campaign Greg Haskin campaign Tyler Diep campaign Josh Lowenthal campaign Dzung Do Linda Trinh Vo Tammy Tran Thu-Ha Nguyen Phong Ly Timothy Phan John Nguyen City of Westminster City of Garden Grove
Christopher and Shelton, You're My Dad | Pops Ep. 6
 
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Christopher and Shelton reveal they were denied being able to adopt in their home state of Georgia and had to go to Louisiana -- where they also had to overcome a lot of prejudice and roadblocks -- to adopt Jonathan. Then both of them talk about their own estranged but repaired relationships with their biological fathers. Meanwhile, Jonathan decides he wants to find out who his birth father was. Director: Garland McLaurin Subscribe to Indie Lens Storycast: http://bit.ly/StorycastSubscribe Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StorycastDocs Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StorycastDocs More about POPS: http://pops.life/ Watch next episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vVODEIisxY Indie Lens Storycast is proudly produced by ITVS for PBS Digital Studios. Director/Producer Garland McLaurin Executive Producer Jason Samuels Editor Carol Slatkin Coordinating Producer Talia Rodgers Rashida Johnson Production Attorney LynnAnn Klotz, Esq. Production Accountant Ameena Din Series Graphics Dana Kinlaw Series Animator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen Impact Producer Darcy Heusel Co-produced by National Black Programming Consortium through its 360 Incubator and Fund Senior Producer, Storycast Karim Ahmad Supervising Producer for ITVS Shana Swanson Production Coordinator for ITVS Susan Cohen Executive Producer for Independent Lens Lois Vossen Executive Producer for ITVS Sally Jo Fifer CHRIS AND SHELTON Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry 2nd Camera (Marriage Shoot) Charles W. Griffith III Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: The Iniss Family The Stroman Family Chris Stoman-Iniss Shelton Stroman-Iniss Jonathan Stroman Iniss The Georgia Voice Patrick Saunders PC&E - Atlanta, GA The City of Snellville National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Ingrid Kopp Alex Bloom Lam Thuy Voy Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows LAGUARDIA Colorist Matt Doe Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Special Thanks To: LaGuardia Cross Entertainment LaGuardia Cross Leah Cross Amalah Cross LaGuardia Cross Sr. Violet Cross Larry Cross Karen Marie Nelson Rick Case Honda The Men’s Warehouse Budget Video Rentals - Miami, FL The City of Miami The City of Sunrise, FL National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows SHAKA Sound Mixer Richard Humpfries, Takoma Media Colorist Matt Doe Production Coordinator for ITVS Clementine Briand Second Camera Breht Gardner Still Photographer Chaunna Michole Henry Production Assistant Byron Ezell Solomon Moriba Music Megatrax APM Music DeWolfe Music Production Insurance Film Emporium, Inc. Stock Footage Shutterstock Special Thanks To: Drop A Gem Publishing Beyond Prisons James White Sr. The White Family The Roberts Family Shaka Senghor Ebony Roberts Sekou Senghor Detroit vs. Everybody Tommey Walker Mayflower Bowling Alley Own Network TED CNN BME Trabian Shorters Benjamin Evans #CUT 50 Van Jones Oprah Winfrey The City of Detroit National Black Programming Consortium Sandy Rattley Topper Carew Mari Richards Laini Madhubuti Thomas Goodwin Damon Colquhoun Nosamarie Garrick Lesley Norman Deepa Dubay WNET Staff ITVS Staff Phil Bertleson Yoruba Richen Angela Tucker NBPC Pitch #360 Fellows This series was produced by Two ‘Til Midnight, Inc. which is solely responsible for its content. © 2016 Two ‘Til Midnight. All Rights Reserved.
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