The 2013 PBS Online Film Festival

I would like to direct your attention towards some significant short films at, the Public Broadcasting System’s website, because they are quite good. You can view them *I THINK* anytime, but if you would like to participate in the audience favorite voting, you have through March 22, 2013. You do not have to be a member of PBS to view them, nor take part in any surveys – this is completely FREE.

They include
Ars Magna – meet the world’s most amazing anagram artist.
Asylum – Skye – part of series of short profiles of a different sort of African diaspora.
Asylum – Bisi – part of series of short profiles of a different sort of African diaspora.
Breathe Life – A family fights cystic fibrosis by taking to the waves.
Can’t Hold Me Back – A son finds meaning in graduating from high school.
Honor the Treaties – At Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, a photographer finds the pictures right away, but the story he thought would be easy to tell on film evades him.

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