March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Take a look at our educational resources for Where Soldiers Come From to explore the impact of traumatic brain injury on military veterans and their families.Continue reading this entry »
Did you know? Many POV films are available free to stream online and on mobile devices. Visit POV's Watch Video page or download the PBS mobile app for iPhone or iPad, and see which films are available today!
Next week POV is partnering on 11 community events across the country, including screenings with the ACLU, The Malden Reads Movie Committee and the Activism Symposium at Wells College.Continue reading this entry »
Next week POV is blanketing America. Check out our events happening from coast to coast!Continue reading this entry »
The Princeton Environmental Film Festival runs from Jan. 26 to Feb. 12, 2012, at Princeton Public Library. The Oscar®-nominated ‘If a Tree Falls’ screens on Feb. 10 and will be followed by a Q&A with co-director Sam Cullman. ‘The City Dark’ (POV, 2012) screens on Feb. 11 with filmmaker Ian Cheney in attendance.Continue reading this entry »
The Barber of Birmingham tells the story of Mr. James Armstrong, an African-American barber in Birmingham, Alabama, who experiences the fulfillment of an unimaginable dream: the election of the first African American president.Continue reading this entry »