Eliza Licht

A Thank You to Organizations That Have Supported POV’s Emmy-Nominated ‘The Most Dangerous Man in America’

As The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers competes for a Primetime Emmy award, we thank the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the many organizations who’ve arranged screenings, discussions and workshops and produced original broadcast programming over the past year.

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And the Emmy Goes to… “Inheritance”!

“Well, we didn’t sweep.” That’s what the always good-natured Gary Weimberg from Soldiers of Conscience said to me as the 30th Annual News and Doc Emmys ended last night. From our 10 nominations, James Moll was the only one to go home with an Emmy last night — he was honored in the Outstanding Interview

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Reel Justice Film Conference in Bronx Later This Month

Our former office mate and outreach consultant extraordinaire Sonya Childress is helping organize the Reel Justice Film Conference at Lehman College in the Bronx. This free two-day conference (April 29 & 30), hosted by Working Films, Andrus Family Fund and Lehman College’s Black Legacy, features great films and speakers that will spur conversation and action

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Critical Condition: Get Involved

According to a recent poll conducted by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Americans say that health care is one of the most important issues in the 2008 presidential election. Roger Weisberg’s film Critical Condition paints a disturbing and gripping portrait of what happens when you’re sick and uninsured in America. As health care becomes

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Film Your Issue * Call for Entries * 2 Minute Films* Deadline April 14

Earlier this month, I attended the Film Your Issue launch party at the United Nations. I first heard about Film Your Issue (FYI) from our partners at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. For the past five years we’ve worked with their American Democracy Project, to support them in accomplishing the goal of

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