The PBS series Independent Lens features documentaries and dramas by independent filmmakers. The documentary, TULIA, TEXAS, which will air in February 2009, is about a small town in Texas that experienced a rash of arrests by an undercover narcotics agent ten years ago. The arrests were for cocaine sales, and were mainly of the town's African American residents. On the homepage for the film, visitors can click on "Watch Preview", on the top right side of the page, to see a trailer. To learn about the people in the film, visitors can click on "Read More About the Film" in the middle of the page. There are several short clip provided, which can be viewed by rolling over still pictures from the clips, and clicking on the "Watch Video" prompt as it appears. For visitors interested in seeing a screening of the documentary in their community, click on the "Get Involved" tab near the top of the page. In addition to a list of locations throughout the United States where the film will be screened, there are also links to PDFs of a "Discussion Guide" and a "Facilitator's Guide".