- Could a $79 iPhone Attachment Revolutionize Documentary Filmmaking? With Kogeto's panorama-making iPhone attachment "Dot" expected to ship in September, CEO Jeff Glasse discusses how 360° video tools like his, tapped into GPS and social networks, could change personal filmmaking.
- Panoramic Video Tools Enable a New Storytelling Dimension Watch 360-degree video that has already made its mark in the ad world and in music videos, and find out about two new tools that could soon bring panoramic video capabilities to the masses.
- 'Mugabe and the White African' Sparks Debate Among Viewers About Imperialism and Racism in a Troubled Nation Each Friday, we post a selection of viewer comments relating to the week's film. This week, viewers watched a courageous "white African" defend his farm — in court and on the ground — in Mugabe and the White African.
- Of Books, Burros and Bibliotecas: Viewers Bray About 'Biblioburro' Each Friday, we share a selection of comments relating to the week's documentary broadcast. This week, viewers posted their reactions to Biblioburro: The Donkey Library, the story of a librarian — and a library — like no other.
- Comments of the People: Viewers Reflect on 'Enemies of the People' Each Friday, we share a selection of comments relating to the week's documentary broadcast. This week, viewers posted their strong reactions to Enemies of the People, a shocking assemblage of never-before-seen testimony from high-ranking officers and foot soldiers of the Khmer Rouge.
- Try Your Hand at Conducting a Cambodian Ensemble! Play with the sounds of a traditional Cambodian Ensemble in an interactive game based on 2003's The Flute Player.
- Over-herd: Viewers Bleat About 'Sweetgrass' Each Friday, we post a selection of viewer comments relating to the week's film. This week, viewers watched Sweetgrass, a riveting and poetic portrait of the American West just as one of its traditional ways of life dies out.
- Today is World Refugee Day
World Refugee Day is an opportunity to consider the plight of the more than 43 million people around the world who have been uprooted and displaced from their homes. A variety of POV films have touched on this humanitarian issue.