Invisible Seasons, Maria Finitzo's documentary about the legacy of Title IX legislation, was awarded $50,000 by the NEA's Access to Artistic Excellence program for production and post-production costs.
The NEA also awarded $25,000 from their Arts on Radio and Television program to production costs for Kartemquin's A Good Man, a documentary about choreographer Bill T. Jones' creation of a performance to commemorate the life of Abraham Lincoln which will air on PBS' American Masters series in 2011.
A Good Man
In the Game
Life Itself to World Premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2014
Trials of Muhammad Ali wins IDA Award
Justine Nagan makes Crain's Chicago "40 under 40" list
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