The Betrayal Airs on P.O.V.

A film that was post supervised by TEC alum Riva Marker just aired on PBS's POV this week. The Betrayal, a documentary from renowned cinematography Ellen Kuras, tells the story of a family 
(actually the co-director of the film's family, Thavisouk Phrasavat) forced to emigrate from Laos after the U.S. waged a secret war during the Vietnam war. New York Times critic A.O. Scott has called the film "Haunting. . . . a work of visual art." And Scott Foundas of Variety writes: "More than two decades in the making, this heartfelt debut documentary feature by veteran cinematographer Ellen Kuras brings an affecting personal dimension to a sprawling sociopolitical narrative..." The film received an Academy Award nomination for best documentary in 2009.