Are you an educator, student, community organizer, librarian or PBS station staffer?
Do you want to use POV documentaries to get people talking about important social issues?
Host sneak previews of POV’s fall films before they premiere on PBS!
- Register: Log in to our Community Network.
- Request: Fill out the online application.
- Screen: POV will lend you a copy of the film for free and send you our step-by-step guide with event planning tips.
- Promote: “Like” us on Facebook and share our wall posts with your friends, Tweet about your event and tag us @povdocs, and embed POV YouTube trailers on your website.
Included in our fall slate of documentaries are soldiers at war and at home, in Armadillo and Where Soldiers Come From; political activists who cross the line into law-breaking and authorities who may be crossing their own lines to catch them, in Better This World and If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front; Chinese workers caught in the largest human migration in history, in Last Train Home; and Filipino teachers seeking a better life by braving America’s urban schools, in The Learning.
Have more questions? Read the community screening FAQ or email us at events(at)pov.org.
Each year, there are more than 500 community screenings of POV films in all 50 states. For the most current listing of POV events happening around the country, visit our local events calendar.