In July 2012, POV caught up with filmmaker Ian Cheney of ‘The City Dark’ to find out how the film has been received, and changes he’s seen people making in order to combat light pollution.Continue reading this entry »
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The City Dark
We love Ian Cheney’s stunningly beautiful, humorous and informative film about the effects of light pollution on our bodies, minds and skies — and critics do, too.Continue reading this entry »
POV’s 25th season continues with a documentary that explores the physical and psychological effects of light pollution.Continue reading this entry »
Kim Lopez is a Community Engagement and Education intern from the Center for Arts Education. A senior in high school, she is passionate about photography and film and shares her experience interning with POV.Continue reading this entry »
This year on POV, you’ll see remarkable individuals challenging authority and their own limitations to indict a dictator, keep investigative journalism alive, rebuild after Katrina and find strength in love.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 »