In 1968, three churches, two white and one black, merge following the MLK assassination.
MPT recognizes the importance of local and independent filmmakers and their unique ability to capture truths about the world with artistic integrity, intelligence, and balance. MPT supports these artists and gives viewers access to their voices and viewpoints. These producers' programs provide viewers with a better understanding of the world, an open door to the arts, and actionable information to improve their daily lives.
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Science Matters: Backyard Bay Savers in the City
Saturday, December 18th @ 11:00am on MPT-HD (premiere)
Nature inside a city may look a little different than it does outside of the city, but all of it is vitally important because it is all connected! Join Chesapeake Bay Foundation educators Maya, Rick, and Norah, along with a few of their friends to learn how cities are connected to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Follow along as they use the City BaySaver Scavenger Hunt to look for nature in our cities. Learn ways you can help out and become a Backyard Bay Saver!
Children of Nikozi
Sunday, December 26th @ 4:00pm on MPT-HD (premiere)
Nikozi is a small village in central Georgia that was almost completely destroyed during the Russian-Georgian War of August 2008. In 2009, the Archbishop of Nikozi, a former animator, tried to maintain the village population and create opportunities for the children in the village by opening up a free art school and welcomed everyone, regardless of religion or race, to take part in rebuilding the community. What is more, he started an International Animation Film Festival, in a place without resources or infrastructure: a festival without competition, a festival full of different nationalities singing together around the shared table.
A Note to Producers
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