Watch Now: 'The City Dark' Now Streaming For Free at POV
Do the people who live in cities experience the same dark night that those in the country do? Check out 'The City Dark' now streaming for free and learn more about the effects of light pollution.
Watch Now: 'If a Tree Falls,' 'My Perestroika,' and Three POV 2012 Films Back for Free Streaming!
POV fans can now stream If a Tree Falls, My Perestroika, The City Dark, The Light in Her Eyes, and Sun Kissed for free on the POV website!
Giveaway: Win a 'Nostalgia for the Light' DVD!
Enter our giveaway by December 14, 2012 in order to be eligible to win a DVD of 'Nostalgia for the Light,' complete with bonus features created by filmmaker Patricio Guzmán.
All About ALMA, the Giant Radio Telescope Featured in 'Nostalgia for the Light'
View incredible images from the half-finished observatory in Chile's Atacama Desert that promises unprecedented information about the early universe.
Nostalgia for the Light: “This is one of the films of the year.”
Read what critics are saying about Nostalgia for the Light, premiering tonight on PBS!
Next on POV: 'Nostalgia for the Light'
Archaeologists dig for ancient civilizations, women search for their loved ones and astronomers scan the skies for new galaxies. Premieres Thursday, October 25, 2012 on PBS.
Watch 'Nostalgia for the Light' on your iPad or iPhone Starting Oct. 19!
You can watch the critically-acclaimed 'Nostalgia for the Light' starting October 19, 2012 on the PBS app for iPhone and iPad!
Community Partner Profile: 'Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai'i
On Thursday, August 16, 2012, ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai‘i hosted a screening of The City Dark in its planetarium. The film fascinated its members, who were introduced to the science of the dark and explored our relationship with the stars.
'The City Dark' Elicits Starry Memories From POV Viewers
Ian Cheney's The City Dark, which premiered on POV on July 5, 2012, has prompted viewers to share their own stories about the night sky.
Critics Star-Struck by '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.