- Remembering Grace Lee Boggs: Watch American Revolutionary on POV
In honor of Grace Lee Boggs' life, POV is streaming American Revolutionary through November 3, 2015.
- Upcoming Events
This week, eight screenings in cities across the country use film to foster dialogue and enhance awareness on a range of social issues.
- Last Chance to Watch Select POV Short Docs Online!
Watch The Barber of Birmingham, Sin País and other documentary shorts free online while you can!
- Join a Social Screening of 'The Barber of Birmingham' with Filmmaker Robin Fryday
Watch the Oscar-nominated short film online and ask the director. Tuesday, October 16, 2012, at 4PM ET (1PM PT).
- Birmingham Public Library Hosts Civil Rights Activists at Fall Screening Series
In anticipation of the presidential elections, the Birmingham Public Library is hosting a special screening series of The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement across fourteen branches in September and October.
- New Barriers to Voting and the Legacy of the Foot Soldiers of the Civil Rights Movement
How much has changed since President Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law?
- Four Independent-Minded Docs for Independence Day
What’s more patriotic than waving a flag and drinking a Bud? How about baring witness to the struggles of Americans that have made this nation great?
- The Legacy of the Vincent Chin Case, 30 Years Later
Revisiting Vincent, a theatrical adaptation of the Vincent Chin case, was performed at New York Law School. Watch a video of the performance.
- Doc Soup: Review of 'The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975'
MoMA’s New Directors / New Films festival kicks off Wednesday in New York City, and lasts until April 3, once again bringing to light a sometimes esoteric, but usually intriguing selection of movies. Not exactly overflowing in the documentary department, the fest does offer at least one must-see: The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975. The film […]
- Great Docs: 'Eyes on the Prize'
Eyes on the Prize is the most comprehensive — and moving — civil rights documentary series ever made. The landmark production by Blackside — which runs a formidable 14 hours in total — was first aired on PBS in two parts in 1987 and 1990. The series traces the Civil Rights Movement from the ’50s […]