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Independent Lens

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Independent Lens
PBS Independent Lens logo.png
Genre Documentary, Drama
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons 15
No. of episodes 405 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Sally Jo Fifer
Producer(s) Lois Vossen
Running time 60-90 minutes
Production company(s) Independent Television Service, Inc.
Release
Original network PBS
Original release August 9, 1999 – Present
External links
Website www.pbs.org/independentlens
Production
website
www.itvs.org

Independent Lens is a weekly television series airing on PBS presenting documentary films made by independent filmmakers. Past seasons of Independent Lens were presented by hosts Angela Bassett, Don Cheadle, Susan Sarandon, Edie Falco, Terrence Howard, Maggie Gyllenhaal, America Ferrera, Mary-Louise Parker,[1] and Stanley Tucci, who served two stints as host from 2012-2014.[2]

The series began in 1999 and for three years aired 10 episodes each fall season. In 2002, PBS announced that in 2003 the series would relaunch and expand to 29 primetime episodes a year.[3] The 2017-2018 season is regarded as the 16th season for the series.

Independent Lens has won six Primetime Emmy Awards and 20 films have won News & Documentary Emmy Awards. In 2012, "Have You Heard From Johannesburg?" won for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking; in 2007, A Lion in the House won for Exceptional Merit in Nonfiction Filmmaking; and A Lion's Trail won in 2006 for Outstanding Cultural and Artistic Programming. Three other films won for Best Documentary: Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life in 2008, Be Good, Smile Pretty in 2004, and Sing Faster: The Stagehands' Ring Cycle in 2000. Four Independent Lens films won News & Documentary Emmys in 2017 alone: The Armor of Light; (T)error; Best of Enemies; and In Football We Trust[4]. As well, six Independent Lens films garnered Academy Award nominations for Best Documentary: Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2006), The Weather Underground (2004), Waste Land (2010), Hell and Back Again (2011), How to Survive a Plague (2012), and I Am Not Your Negro (2016). Other awards conferred upon Independent Lens films include the George Foster Peabody Award,[5] International Documentary Association Documentary Awards, Alfred I. duPont–Columbia University Award, and Sundance Film Festival Awards.

Episode listing

Audience Award

Independent Lens gives out an annual Audience Award. The TV viewing audience is invited to rate each episode of the series (through online voting), and an award is given to each season's winner. Winners of the Audience Award have included:[6]

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 9 October 2017, at 20:24.
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