independent lens

This acclaimed Emmy Award-winning anthology series features documentaries and a limited number of fiction films united by the creative freedom, artistic achievement and unflinching visions of their independent producers. INDEPENDENT LENS features unforgettable stories about a unique individual, community or moment in history. The series is supported by interactive companion Web sites and national publicity and community engagement campaigns.

Showing airdates for Independent Lens from Wednesday, Feb. 1 to Wednesday, Feb. 8

The Picture Taker

PBS

2:00 amWednesday, Feb. 120232:00:002023-02-01 02:00:00
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The vibrant, complicated life of Ernest Withers African American photographer of the Civil Rights movement, and paid FBI informant was anything but black and white.

The Picture Taker

PBS

2:00 amSaturday, Feb. 420232:00:002023-02-04 02:00:00
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The vibrant, complicated life of Ernest Withers African American photographer of the Civil Rights movement, and paid FBI informant was anything but black and white.

Outta The Muck

PBS

9:00 pmMonday, Feb. 6202321:00:002023-02-06 21:00:00
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A co-production with Black Public Media (BPM), "Outta the Muck" wades into the rich soil of Pahokee, a rural Florida town. Beyond sending over a dozen players to the NFL, Pahokee, a rural town on the banks of Lake Okeechobe, possesses a legacy of resilience and achievement in the face of great storms and personal trauma.

Outta The Muck

PBS

2:00 amWednesday, Feb. 820232:00:002023-02-08 02:00:00
Show Episode Info

A co-production with Black Public Media (BPM), "Outta the Muck" wades into the rich soil of Pahokee, a rural Florida town. Beyond sending over a dozen players to the NFL, Pahokee, a rural town on the banks of Lake Okeechobe, possesses a legacy of resilience and achievement in the face of great storms and personal trauma.

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