The Joseph Smith Papers: Television Documentary Series, Season 2

by Excel Entertainment

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In Season 2, scholars continue the story of Joseph Smith by using the documents that survive to illustrate his life, many of them the very texts that compose the published volumes of The Joseph Smith Papers. Whether on location or through in-depth interviews, early Church history comes alive in this landmark documentary series.

This documentary series is produced by KJZZ Television and the Larry H. Miller Communications Corp., in cooperation with the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and The Joseph Smith Papers Project. Focusing on the documentary record primarily found in the LDS Church History Library, more than fifty esteemed scholars of early Mormon history appear on the program in interviews and in lectures.

  • The series aired weekly on KJZZ TV, and season 2 will also begin airing weekly on BYU TV in late summer 2010.
  • This 6-DVD boxed set includes all season 2 episodes
  • A comprehensive summary of all episodes
  • A complete topical index
  • About the Author

    Excel Entertainment

    Excel Entertainment is the preeminent independent film distribution company in Utah, and though largely known for its Mormon-themed films (God’s Army, The Work & the Glory series, 17 Miracles, Pride & Prejudice, etc.), Excel has also had success releasing films with non-Mormon themes and stories (Forever Strong, Saints & Soldiers, etc.).

    Although the technology and means by which audiences consume films is changing rapidly, the demand for highly creative storytelling that motivates us to live up to the light that each of us has been given is as high as ever. We feel a deep obligation to not only bring stories of hope to the world, but to promote films with high standards of craftsmanship reflective of a belief in a divine and benevolent creator.

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