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The documentary "The Latin Explosion: A New America," premiering Monday on HBO, celebrates the last several generations of Latino artists and entertainers and the undeniable impact they've had on American culture. When he found out that he was going...
Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Gloria and Emilio Estefan are among the Latin superstars who will be featured in The Latin Explosion: A New America, a new documentary set to air on HBO and HBO Latino this fall.
Created and executive produced by music mogul Tommy Mottola, The Latin Explosion: A New America celebrates the artists and visionaries who have exploded onto the U.S. music scene and gone on to become global superstars, showing how they have...
HBO has announced their upcoming documentary, The Latin Explosion: A New America, directed and produced by Matthew O’Neill and Jon Alpert (the duo who made the four-Emmy-award-winning HBO doc, Baghdad Er). Major music executive Tommy Mottola (who...
DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary film festival (November 12-19, 2015), starts strong on November 12 with the second annual Visionaries Tribute at an afternoon luncheon presenting Lifetime Achievement Awards to Jon Alpert, Barbara Kopple and...
Our Cameras, Our Stories claims High School Broadcast honor. Some major congratulations are in order for New York City’s Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV) and its PRO-TV youth media program.
Pioneering New York City media arts center Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV) continues to find exciting ways to use media to empower New Yorkers by premiering short autobiographical documentaries by a group of talented high school film...
A fascinating conversation between the two female documentary directors about the making of this year's Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner.
Running a marathon is not for the faint of heart – the vast majority of people will never attempt to run one, let alone finish one. Now imagine completing a marathon without the use of your legs.
Documenting the realities of the life of today's cowboy was a dream of Belle Fourche native Bill Kunerth. The late ranch-raised nationally-recognized journalism professor hoped someone would show the real life of a cowboy in a modern setting.