Each year through the lens of 26 documentary films, America ReFramed tells the stories of a diverse and transforming America: what makes us different -- race, ethnicity, religion, sexual preference, abilities -- as well as what we share in common. America ReFramed is a World Channel series that kicked off in 2012, bringing 60 and 90-minute nonfiction independent films to the air, with a focus on relevant domestic topics including healthcare, immigration, the workplace, and politics. Hosted by Natasha Del Toro, America Reframed is produced by the same team that produces POV for PBS. The show airs at 8pm on Tuesdays.
MOPED was brought on as the production company to handle script research and development, production coordination, in-studio wrap-around interviews for each episode, field production of hosted promos, and all graphics, music and post-production. Each episode features a documentary bracketed by in-studio new interviews with key participants in the films, and includes personal storytelling tied to programming's social themes.
Executive Producer Maureen Isern, Director + Producer Jean Candiotte, Additional Producers Anna Sang Park + Ritesh Gupta, Cinematographer Charlie Mysak, Story Editors Todd Thoenig + Crook Brothers
February 22, 2017
Graphics + Design, Series, Social Impact, Video