Find out more about past and upcoming POV films!
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- PBS 2013 Online Film Festival: Watch & Vote for Sound of Vision Watch and vote for Sound of Vision, where a blind musician spends his waking hours confronting the hurdles and embracing the cacophony of “The City That Never Sleeps” — New York — which he will never see.
- PBS 2013 Online Film Festival: Vote to Determine the People's Choice Winner All of the films from PBS's second Online Film Festival are now online! Watch and vote for your favorite shorts!
- Upcoming POV Screenings Don't miss out on a chance to take a look at the life of an icon of counter-culture with Chicago Public Library's screening of 'Patti Smith: Dream of Life,' or learn about civil injustice during World War II with the Gnu's Room's screening of 'Of Civil Wrongs and Rights'.
- Two Filmmakers Reinvent Their Approach for “Reinvention Stories,” a Web Documentary "It's crazy for us to go from dedicated long-form documentarians... and here we are, supposed to make something in an environment where you can click off any time you want." - Julia Reichert
- Upcoming POV Screenings Don't miss out on a bountiful selection of POV documentary films across the country, from the University of Portland's screening of 'Señorita Extraviada' to Chicago Public Library's screening of 'Guilty Pleasures.'
- Apply to POV Hackathon 3 by March 12! POV Hackathon 3 will take place April 13-14, 2013, in New York City. If you're a filmmaker, developer or designer interested in cross-platform, web-based storytelling, apply to be part of it by March 12!
- Win Tickets to Watch POV Films at MoMA Documentary Fortnight The Museum of Modern Art is celebrating 25 years of POV with a special program, MoMA Selects: POV from Wednesday, Feb. 27 - Monday, March 4, 2013, as part of its Documentary Fortnight 2013 program.
- Upcoming POV Screenings Whether it's celebrating Black History Month with Southern University at New Orleans' screening of 'I'm Carolyn Parker' or indulging in 'Guilty Pleasures' at Hollins University's Wyndham Robertson Library, don't miss out on these great POV documentary films.
- Watch 'Guilty Pleasures,' 'Ars Magna,' 'The Learning' and 'Biblioburro' Free Online! POV fans can now stream the documentaries Guilty Pleasures, Ars Magna, The Learning and Biblioburro for free!
- Upcoming POV Screenings Don't miss out as documentary lovers flock to POV screenings across the country this week, from Oklahoma State University CineCulture's screening of 'The Light in Her Eyes' to 'The Barber of Birmingham' screening with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
- Watch CatCam Online at POV! Mr. Lee is an adopted stray cat that routinely disappears from his North Carolina home. Where does he go? An engineer straps a camera to the cat and inadvertently creates a media sensation. (U.S. only)
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- Using a Film to Nail a Dictator Pamela Yates, director of Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, describes the way that her film was used as evidence to bring General Efraín Ríos Montt to trial for genocide in Guatemala.
- Upcoming POV Screenings Join fellow documentary lovers over the next week for POV screening events across the country, from New Orleans, Louisiana to New Holland, Pennsylvania.
- Video en línea de Reportero extendido a México: 1 al 6 de febrero del 2013 Por tiempo limitado, el público en México podrá ver el video en línea de Reportero completamente gratis. Disponible del 1 al 6 de febrero del 2013.
- POV's 'Reportero' to Stream Free Online in Mexico: Feb. 1-6, 2013 For a limited time, viewers in Mexico will be able to watch the POV documentary Reportero for free online.
- Reportero at the New York Times A recap of a recent conversation, including filmmaker Bernardo Ruiz, about drug-related violence in Mexico and the risks journalists face.
- Critical Acclaim for 'Reportero' – Watch It Free Online For A Limited Time Read what critics and journalists have to say about Reportero, a documentary about a veteran reporter and his colleagues at an independent newsweekly who defy powerful drug cartels and corrupt officials to continue publishing the news.