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September 14, 2021
PBS SoCal and KCET, Southern California’s flagship PBS stations that are house of the overall PBS schedule as nicely as award-winning, unique neighborhood content material, announced today a partnership with Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) to act as presenting stations for two future documentaries that are component of LPB’s signature collection, VOCES. The documentaries are “Letters to Eloisa,” a going portrait of a as soon as-heralded homosexual Cuban writer who was silenced by the revolution, and “American Exile,” which follows two Mexican-American brothers—Vietnam veterans—who are dealing with deportation in spite of their armed service service. The Southern California premiere of “VOCES: Letters to Eloisa” will choose position on Fri., Oct. 15 at 10 p.m. on PBS SoCal and Sat., Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. on KCET. “VOCES: American Exile” will premiere in Southern California on Tues., Nov. 16 at 10 p.m. on PBS SoCal and Sat., Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. on KCET.
VOCES highlights the finest of Latino arts, lifestyle and historical past as effectively as shining a mild on present problems and generational impacts that have an impact on Latino People right now. As portion of PBS’s dedication to aid and present numerous content made by a wide array of storytellers, VOCES showcases stories from new and set up filmmakers that emphasize the prosperous range of the Latino knowledge. The new time of VOCES premieres this fall and features 4 pretty exceptional documentaries to roll out as element of PBS’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Additional shows from VOCES airing in Southern California incorporate “Fruits of Labor, a co-presentation of VOCES and POV that follows a California teen doing the job to graduation while toiling in the fields to assistance her loved ones, and Lights, Camera, Acciòn, a co-presentation with AMERICAN MASTERS that is an up-to-the-minute look at Latinx illustration in Hollywood.
In celebration of Veteran’s Day, Latino Public Broadcasting and PBS SoCal will co-host a digital celebration to honor all those who have served in the United Stated Armed Forces. The occasion consists of speakers from VOCES: “American Exile” director John J. Valadez and from regional Southern California advocacy businesses like the President of the San Diego chapter of Veterans for Peace and the Former Operation Coordinator for the Deported Veterans Advocacy Job, Jan Rhuman with further speaskers to be introduced at a afterwards date. The virtual celebration will just take area on Fri., Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. To register for the party and locate out far more particulars, be sure to go to pbssocal.org/voces
VOCES is slated to air on stations across the place and scheduled as follows on regional PBS stations (*matter to alter):
VOCES and POV: “Fruits of Labor” – Mon., Oct. 4 at 10 p.m. PT on PBS SoCal and Sat., Oct. 9 at 11:30 p.m. on KCET
A co-creation of POV and Latino General public Broadcasting, co-offered by POV and VOCES
A teenager with desires of graduating higher school and likely to college or university is compelled to perform when ICE raids threaten her family’s steadiness given that her mother is undocumented. Pressured to turn into the family’s principal breadwinner, she functions prolonged days in the strawberry fields and the evening change at a food processing manufacturing unit though nonetheless hoping to study. Established in a smaller agricultural city on the central coastline of California, this is a coming-of-age tale about a decided young female traversing the seen and unseen forces that threaten to hold her relatives trapped in poverty. Directed by Emily Cohen Ibañez.
VOCES and AMERICAN MASTERS: “Lights, Digicam, Acciòn” – Tues., Oct. 5 at 10:30 p.m. PT on PBS SoCal and Wed., Oct. 6 at 9:30 p.m. on KCET
A co-presentation of AMERICAN MASTERS and VOCES
A celebration of the extraordinary effects Latinos have designed in Hollywood — previous, existing and upcoming, with a concentration on the interesting new wave of expertise that is blazing their have path in the business. Showcasing well known Latinx voices in movie and tv, this exclusive captures the candid perspectives of expertise from in front of and powering the digicam, as they share their individual journeys and outlook on the long run. Provided are actors Edward James Olmos, John Leguizamo, Eva Longoria, Jimmy Smits, Gina Torres, Justina Machado and Xolo Maridueña (Cobra Kai) showrunners Tanya Saracho (Vida), Peter Murrieta (Mr. Iglesias) and Marvin Lemus (Gentefied), and much more. Directed by Ben DeJesus.
VOCES: “Letters to Eloisa” – Fri., Oct. 15 at 10 p.m. on PBS SoCal and Sat., Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. on KCET.
The movie brings to lifestyle the tale of a when-heralded gay Cuban writer, José Lezama Lima, an all but forgotten figure of the Latin American literary growth that involved Julio Cortázar, Gabriel García Márquez, Octavio Paz and Mario Vargas Llosa. Lezama’s semi-autobiographical opus Paradiso, which involved homoerotic passages, broke the silence on homosexuality in Cuba and sent shockwaves all over the Spanish-talking literary globe. It also set its author on a collision study course with the Cuban Innovative federal government. Informed by letters composed by Lezama to his sister in exile, the movie is a haunting portrait of the writer’s everyday living, his wrestle for inventive freedom, and tragic conclude. Directed by Adriana Bosch.
VOCES: “American Exile” – Tues., Nov. 16 at 10 p.m. on PBS SoCal and Sat., Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. on KCET
As young adults, Valente Valenzuela and his brother Manuel volunteered and had been sent to struggle in Vietnam. They came property adorned, but have been also physically and psychologically scarred. Now, some 50 yrs afterwards, they’ve been given notices of deportation. Shocked and confused, the brothers shortly find out they are not by yourself and that thousands of veterans are being deported since of misdemeanor offenses after finishing their company in the armed forces. Alongside one another, they determine to don their uniforms for one particular last fight, this time as veterans’ legal rights activists. Filmed in excess of the course of 7 a long time, American Exile is a deeply personal film about two unforgettable males trying to find justice for on their own and the several many others in their situation. Directed by John J. Valadez and Carleen L. Hsu.
On line hubs at pbssocal.org/voces and kcet.org/voces will supply electronic sources comprising a collection of cultural content material that contains movie clips and essays checking out José Lezama Lima’s legacy as very well as at minimum a single essay for every movie.
VOCES will stream at the same time with broadcast and be offered on all station-branded PBS platforms, which include PBS.org and the PBS Video clip app, offered on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple Tv, Amazon Hearth Tv set, Android Television, Samsung Good Television set and Chromecast.
VOCES is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Produced by Latino Public Broadcasting, the acclaimed PBS documentary series VOCES options the greatest of Latino arts, lifestyle and background and shines a mild on existing problems that affect Latino Us citizens. Devoted to exploring the rich diversity of the Latino practical experience, VOCES provides new and set up filmmakers and brings their strong and illuminating stories to a countrywide audience — on Television, on the web and on the PBS application. VOCES is supported in component by the Nationwide Endowment for the Arts. Luis Ortiz is series producer Sandie Viquez Pedlow is government producer. Adhere to us on Fb and Twitter
About Latino Public Broadcasting
Latino Community Broadcasting (LPB) is the chief in the progress, manufacturing, acquisition and distribution of movie and electronic cultural media that is agent of Latino individuals or addresses issues of particular interest to Latino Us citizens. These courses are developed for dissemination to community broadcasting stations and other general public media entities. Offering a voice for the assorted Latino local community throughout the United States, Latino Public Broadcasting is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. LPB also provides the acclaimed PBS documentary collection VOCES, exploring the wealthy range of the Latino encounter. VOCES offers new and recognized filmmakers and delivers their powerful and illuminating stories to a national viewers — on Tv set, on the net and on the PBS application
Concerning 2009 and 2020, LPB programs won around 130 awards, which include a few prestigious George Foster Peabody Awards as well as Emmys, Imagen Awards and the Sundance Film Festival Award for Greatest Director, Documentary. LPB has been the recipient of the Norman Lear Legacy Award and the NCLR Alma Award for Specific Accomplishment – Year in Documentaries. Sandie Viquez Pedlow is executive director of LPB Edward James Olmos is co-founder and chairman.