Dad Q&A

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Maria and her father try to rebuild their relationship after dealing with a terrible loss in Dad. Writer, Director and Editor Vincent Cortez spoke with us about his inspiration for the film.

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The Secession Q&A

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The Secession follows two young Texas boys on their mission to secede from the United States, and how they have to confront their prejudices on the way. Writer and Director Jay Hubert answered some questions for PBS about the message of his film and why he chose to use child actors to tell this story.

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It Is What It Is Q&A

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It Is What It Is tells the story of Writer, Director and Editor Cyrus Yoshi Tabar's perplexing journey to learn more about his heritage through unusual audio and visual effects. PBS spoke with Cyrus to find out more about his film.

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Kojo Q&A

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At 12 years old, Kojo Odu Roney is already a master drummer. His charisma and wit are charming in Director Michael Fequiere's film. Fequiere took PBS through his work about the young prodigy.

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Legacy Q&A

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Legacy follows the inspiring story of mixed martial arts fighter Nikki Lowe, and all the trials and tribulations that brought her to MMA. Director Mark Lewis spoke with PBS about his emotional film.

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Maria Q&A

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Maria tells a tale of immense loss, and how one family is able to overcome this. Producer Karin Williams answered questions from PBS about the inspiration for this story and how the film conveys such emotion.

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A Thousand Midnights Q&A

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Director, Cinematographer and Photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz talks about the choices that went into his emotional narrative of the Great Migration and its effects on the present.

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Si Q&A

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PBS spoke with Director and Writer Samantha Smith about her intentional use of color and the childlike feel of her playful film, Si.

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Canyon Skating Q&A

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Canyon Skating's Producer Charles Michael Ray answered some questions for PBS about his love for canyon skating and the effects of climate change on his favorite pastime.

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The Collinwood Fire Q&A

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PBS spoke with Director Daniel Houghton about his unique take on a disaster film, and the origins for The Collinwood Fire.

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U R a Dial Tone Q&A

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Director, Co-Writer and Co-Editor Lauren Kinsler answers some questions from PBS about the unique setting and storyline of U R a Dial Tone, from the wardrobe to being a sign language interpreter.

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Little Man Q&A

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Little Man highlights the power of visual and performance arts with Steven Rodriguez's story and Artist and Animator Philip Ashby's animation. Philip spoke with PBS about his specific animation style and why this story is important to hear.

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Finding America: The Fresh Prince of Anacostia Q&A

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PBS spoke with Lead Producer Katie Davis, Field Producer Aidan Un and Video Editor Josh Banville about Kymone Freeman's passion for social justice in Finding America: The Fresh Prince of Anacostia.

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Periphery Q&A

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Periphery's Director John Barber IV and Director of Photography Mariah Iltis spoke with PBS about the inspiration for their work, and the significance of their film's conclusion.

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Lockbox Q&A

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PBS spoke with Director, Writer and Producer John Woodruff about the origin of Lockbox and what went into capturing the suspenseful atmosphere of his film.

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