Films

Films

Encouraging the Broadcast of Native Content
Public television programmers: quickly and easily access tools and materials you need to program your channels and website, screen the first two to five minutes of most programs, search our catalog, find promotional materials, and more.

  • Current Titles: programs within exclusive public television broadcast rights.
  • Older Available Titles: programs out of public television broadcasting rights that can be contracted for broadcast (foreign television, rebroadcast, satellite, cable cast, etc.) and/or sometimes digital (streaming, video-on-demand, etc.).
  • Coming Attractions: most include expected feed information as soon as possible.

Each film page comes with great resources―as they become available―downloadable print-quality photos, press releases, bios and crew statements, sales information, awards, and links to the program's social media sites, educational resources and more.

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Film Title: March Point
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Independent Lens
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Film Title: Oneida Speak, The
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Film Title: The Creek Runs Red
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Educators

Should tribes like the Shoshone and Arapaho attempt to bring back beautiful ancestral objects—drums, pipes, eagle wing fans, medicine bags, weapons, and ceremonial attire that ar