Founded in 1972, Downtown Community Television Center, Inc. (DCTV) has grown into one of the leading documentary production and film education centers in the country. A community of and for documentary filmmakers, DCTV is a unique space where community screenings, master classes, youth education programs and affordable production resources all exist side by side with award-winning documentary work. DCTV's film and television productions have been recognized with 16 Emmy Awards, 4 duPont-Columbia Awards, 2 Academy Award Nominations, a Peabody Award, 6 New York Emmy Awards and accolades at film festivals and competitions around the world. Recent works includes the ongoing news and documentary series Axios on HBO (HBO), the decades-spanning documentary Cuba and the Cameraman(Netflix), Life of Crime: 1984-2020 (HBO), Alternate Endings - Six New Ways to Die in America (HBO), Finding the Way Home (HBO), and the documentary series 15: A Quinceañera Story (HBO).
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