Animal Facts Club Presents- Endangered Rituals Q&A

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PBS spoke with Filmmakers Jules Buck Jones and Rachel Bardin about their inspiration for the puppetry, costumes and set designs behind this whimsical film.

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Super Predator: Preludes of the Black Fish Q&A

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PBS spoke with Director, Cinematographer, Writer and Producer Kelechi Agwuncha about the creative direction for her film and the messages she hopes to convey through her characters.

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Desde El Principio Q&A

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PBS spoke with Film Director Miguel J. Soliman about the chemistry of his actors and what went into the making of his first film.

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Stronghold of Resistance: Sable Island & Her Legendary Horses Q&A

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Inhabited only by wild horses and, at times, researchers, Sable Island is one of the most intriguing places on earth. PBS spoke with Producer and Director Drew Doggett about the history of this island and what it was like to film there.

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Redneck Muslim Q&A

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PBS spoke with Director and Producer Jennifer Maytorena Taylor and film subject Shane Atkinson on the making of "Redneck Muslim."

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Flip the Record Q&A

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Writer, Director, Editor and Music Supervisor Marie Jamora spoke with PBS about the history behind young Filipinx DJs from California and how they inspired the creation of her film, "Flip the Record."

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Black Canaries Q&A

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Writer, Producer and Director Jesse Kreitzer comes from a long line of coal miners in the Midwest. Jesse spoke with PBS about how his coal mining heritage served as the main inspiration for the film.

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Our Time Q&A

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PBS spoke with Writer and Director Arpita Kumar about the role water and technology play in the transformation of main character Maira's relationship with her mother.

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Hungry for Love Q&A

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PBS spoke with Writer, Director and Producer Justin Ambrosino about how his life experience with food and loved ones has inspired his films.

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Women in Sports Leadership Q&A

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PBS spoke with Filmmakers Shari Lamke and Carrie Clark about how important women coaches are to the development of female athletes and sports culture as a whole.

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Mr. United States Q&A

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PBS spoke with Writer and Director Paul Catalanotto about Avery Wilson's journey to define what it means to be the nation's gentleman.

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The Ties that Bind Q&A

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After completing a 12-year filming process, Director and Producer Diana Newton reflects on her time documenting such a personal part of her family's history.

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Total Eclipse of the Heartland Q&A

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360-degree video has become an important part of modern day storytelling. PBS spoke with Executive Producer Chad Davis and Producer Brian Seifferlein about what drove their choices in the use of this technology, as well as their film locations, to document the Great American Eclipse.

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Ka Piko Q&A

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PBS spoke with Writer and Director Bryson Chun about the representation of Hawaiian culture and identity through his film, and discuss how characters Bruce and Makana learn to cope with tragedy.

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The Melancholy Man Q&A

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Director and Co-Writer Samantha Aldana on the role that costumes and set design played in bringing "The Melancholy Man" to life.

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