Local stories bring the rich culture and heritage of the Northern Nevada region to life. This fall, students in Kari Barber’s documentary filmmaking class at the University of Nevada, Reynolds School of Journalism in Reno discovered some of those stories. On Thursday, December 9, the class will present the DocumentaryRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

In the new short, “Premium“, three families from the Penobscot Nation shed light on a troubling and little-known chapter in colonial-era history: the bounty system used to reward white settlers for the scalps of men, women, and even children. natives who had been declared their enemies. To make the film,Read More →

A new documentary film about Martin Speake’s February 2020 tour starring Ethan Iverson, Calum Gourlay and Jeff Willams/Jorge Rossy will premiere this Saturday, November 13 at Sands Films Studio (details and booking link below). Preview by Charles Rees: Sequel to his album Intention (Ubuntu, 2018), A leap into the voidRead More →

“Surfing legend. Olympic superstar. Hawaiian icon. American hero.” The Hawaii International Film Festival kicks off with the in-person premiere of a documentary film about Duke Kahanamoku titled “boatman.” Take a look at the trailer. The film, directed by Isaac Halisma, explores Kahanamoku’s legacy as a swimmer and as the fatherRead More →

The Craigleith Heritage Deport won an Ontario Historical Society award for the REEL historical series featuring four shorts and two virtual reality films about local history PRESS RELEASEONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY************************* The Ontario Historical Society is pleased to present the 2020-21 OHS Dorothy Duncan Public History Award, which recognizes an outstandingRead More →