Can’t Hold Me Back, the PBS documentary that launched Maracuya Productions, had its television debut on PBS’s Spanish sister station, VMe, in late September. Since then, we’ve watched with excitement as our film, along with the four other American Graduates short docs, have launched on the small screen, at festivals, and online. If you’ve been waiting to see Can’t Hold Me Back or share it with your friends, here’s a roundup of where to watch it. The links below will take you to the film:
Watch Can’t Hold Me Back on the website of the award-winning PBS show, Independent Lens. While you’re there, check out the rest of the American Graduates short documentaries, telling other stories of young inspiring Latino teenagers from across the United States working against the odds to graduate from high school and pursue their dreams.
Watch Can’t Hold Me Back, or in Spanish, Nada Me Detiene, on the Spanish-language public television site, Vme.
We’re proud to have Can’t Hold Me Back reaching even more audiences in partnership with the Spanish language media powerhouse, Univision.
If you have Apple TV, find Independent Lens on the PBS channel, and you’ll see Can’t Hold Me Back along with the rest of the American Graduates shorts and the Los Graduados feature documentary.
Regardless of how or where you watch, we want to hear what you think of our documentary. Do you want to see more stories like this on public and commercial television? Would this film inspire young people in your life? Can it serve to foster dialogue about Latino youth and educational achievement in your community? Let us know here or on the Maracuya Productions Facebook page. And let the broadcasters know too. Leave your thoughts with Independent Lens, Vme, or Univision. Thanks!