Westlink Program Offers for Public Television Programmers

Contact: Josh Brown, Uplink Coordinator
(505) 277-1077 or jbrown@nmpbs.org

Living in the Story documents thirty-five years of art making by the distinguished photographic artist and activist, Patrick Ryoichi Nagatani.
A one-hour profile of Senator Edmund G. Ross, whose vote against convicting President Andrew Johnson allowed the President to remain in office by a one vote margin.
Democracy Now! is an award-winning, independent, noncommercial, nationally-distributed public television news hour. Produced each weekday, Democracy Now! is available for public television stations free of charge.
Challah Rising in the Desert celebrates the history and people of New Mexico's unique Jewish community.
Awakening in Taos: The Mabel Dodge Luhan Story is a 1 hour biographical documentary that tells the story of Mabel's personal evolution as a writer, salon hostess, art patroness, social activist and a resident of New Mexico.
The Search for the Mona Lisa, narrated by Morgan Freeman, reveals that Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa portrait is not the Mona Lisa.
A moving documentary on Muhammed Osimi, a man called the "Nelson Mandela" of Central Asia.
A one hour multi-media production exploring the interconnectedness of music and mathematics.
PAINTING TAOS explores the colorful early 20th century history that allowed six relatively unknown painters — collectively known as the Taos Society of Artists — to turn a small mountain village in New Mexico into a premier American art destination, in just a few short decades.
Defending the Fire follows the journey of the Native Warrior as he (and she) continue conflict resolution in order to survive and secure resources and culture.
Defending the Fire follows the journey of the Native Warrior as he (and she) continue conflict resolution in order to survive and secure resources and culture.
The fascinating history of Santa Fe, New Mexico and its transformation from an adobe village to a world-renowned center for the arts.
Explore how New Mexico’s Chacoan people expressed a complex solar and lunar cosmology in their architecture.
Dr. N. Scott Momaday, recipient of the first Pulitzer Prize for Fiction awarded to a Native American writer, and his daughter, filmmaker Jill Momaday Gray, take viewers on a modern-day road trip loosely based on the Kiowa nation’s ancestral myths, legends and collective identity.
TAMING NEW MEXICO chronicles the pivotal cases, significant issues, and powerful personalities that shaped and transformed New Mexico’s legal and cultural landscape. Through this unique history, viewers get a glimpse of what it means to administer justice in the 21st century.
From stone, to canvas, to words on a page, for centuries New Mexico has served as an inspiration to artists. Our original documentary New Mexico Masterpieces features some of the Land of Enchantment’s most enduring, pivotal, provocative, and beautiful artworks. This special one-hour documentary tells the stories behind Chaco Canyon’s Pueblo Bonito, Georgia O’Keeffe’s Grey Cross with Blue, John Nichols’ The Milagro Beanfield War and more.
Creative Living is designed for the active lifestyles of the 21st Century. Topics range from the traditional areas of foods/nutrition, clothing and fashion, and home furnishings, to health and beauty, art, travel trends, computers and education. There is something for everyone: men, women, and children.