Mark Zwonitzer

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Mark Zwonitzer

Zwonitzer has created award-winning programming for PBS for nearly fifteen years. His most recent work for American Experience is the Emmy Award-nominated film Walt Whitman. Zwonitzer’s previous films for American Experience include Mount Rushmore, Joe diMaggio: The Hero’s Life, Transcontinental Railroad, The Massie Affair, and Jesse James. He has received the duPont-Columbia Award, the Peabody Award, the Writers Guild Award, and the Japan Foundation’s President’s Prize. His book, Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone: The Carter Family & Their Legacy in American Music, was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and an American Library Association’s Booklist Editor’s Choice.

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Stations

Lake of Betrayal looks at the Seneca Nation’s fight to protect its sovereignty against a backdrop of a federal Indian Termination policy, pork-barre

Filmmakers


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• New Films for Native American Heritage Month
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• New Viewer Discussion Guide: On a Knife Edge
• Veterans' Day Special - Free viewings: Nov. 9-12 on VMM YouTube Channel
• Best Practices for Checking Facts in Your Documentary
• 53rd Chicago International Film Festival
• NAJA Elects 3 New Board Members, Selects 2017-2018 Committee/br>
• Native American Music Awards
• Find Us On the Road
• Filmmaker Opportunities
• Upcoming Film Screenings