4/15/14

Exiled in America: Muhammad Ali's Toughest Fight

In large part, Muhammad Ali is remembered for his poetic speech and powerful left hook, but his political punch was just as strong, and The Trials of Muhammed Ali addresses that cultural impact.

— Documentary.org

4/14/14

The Trials of Muhammad Ali,TV review

PBS documentary offers frank views on a gifted athlete's divisive impact on the country, with looks at Louis Farrakhan, William F. Buckley and others

— New York Daily News

4/14/14

Critically-Acclaimed Doc The Trials of Muhammad Ali'Premieres On PBS Tonight (April 14, 10pm)

The powerful documentary examines the life of Muhammad Ali beyond the boxing ring to offer a personal perspective on the American sporting legend. Investigating Ali's spiritual transformation - including his conversion to Islam, his resistance to the Vietnam War draft, and his humanitarian work - the film connects Ali's transcendent life story to America's struggles with race, religion, and war in the twentieth century.

— Indie Wire

4/14/14

Muhammad Ali’s 2nd Wife Recites Poem She Wrote for The Champ (Listen)

PBS’ Independent Lens special Trials of Muhammad Ali, premieres tonight at 10 p.m. with a closer look at the boxer’s arrest and conviction for refusing military induction during the Vietnam War.

— eurweb.com

3/31/14

In Medora, it’s March Madness All Year Round

Their film, Medora, is part of the Independent Lens series and will premiere on most PBS stations at 10 pm Eastern Time, Monday, March 31.

— Examiner.com

3/31/14

Documentary Follows Small Indiana Town’s Basketball Team

PBS's Independent Lens is airing Medora, a documentary that follows the Medora, Ind. high school basketball team through a losing season.

— Indiana Public Media

3/30/14

Jayson Blair’s fabrications, captured on film, after he disgraced the New York Times

In journalism, it’s hard to stop a pathological liar.

— Fox News

2/17/14

Documentary Explores Modern Mexican American Debutantes

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— egpnews.com

2/17/14

Las Marthas: Texas Border City Offers Unique President's Day Celebration

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— Fox News Latino

2/17/14

No one honors American presidents like Laredo, Texas

Documentaries don’t come more sparse or more disturbing than Let the Fire Burn, Jason Osder’s examination of the disastrous confrontation between the police and the radical group MOVE in Philadelphia in May 1985.

— VOXXI