Danica McKellar, author of Imagination Library selection Goodnight, Numbers and actress most recognized for her critically-acclaimed roles on The Wonder Years and The West Wing, lent her voice to Land Grant Films’ upcoming documentary, The Library That Dolly Built.
Welcome Home Brother, a film created by two recent UT graduates as part of Land Grant Films’ Defender of Dreams documentary series, received a nomination in the topical documentary category of the Midsouth Regional Emmys.
East Tennessee PBS will air five microdocumentaries on area veterans created by UT School of Journalism students, Land Grant Films, and UT-licensed public radio station WUOT.
Two documentaries with ties to UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media and Land Grant Films took home awards at the 2018 Knox Film Festival.
Land Grant Films will receive a $10,000 grant from East Tennessee Public Broadcast Stations to produce a series of microdocumentaries.
A film made by School of Journalism and Electronic Media students has been selected for the Nashville Film Festival.
The documentary 7 Days in America, produced by UT’s Land Grant Films, will air on East Tennessee PBS.
Six students and a faculty member are in Washington, DC, as the Dollywood Foundation and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library celebrate the presentation of their 100 millionth book at the Library of Congress.
UT’s Land Grant Films has announced its most ambitious documentary yet: telling the story of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
Three short documentaries about local Vietnam veterans made by UT journalism students will be featured at Knoxville’s First Friday event and then air on East Tennessee PBS stations in conjunction with the broadcast of Ken Burns’s new epic documentary, The Vietnam War.
The News Sentinel featured the upcoming debut of a half-hour documentary by UT professor Nick Geidner and his journalism students. The documentary, Reaching Recovery, will shed some light on the problem of neonatal abstinence syndrome in East Tennessee.
A group of journalism students from the College of Communication and Information have worked with the Metro Drug Coalition to produce a thirty-minute documentary about the opiate epidemic in East Tennessee.