- AMERICA REFRAMED UNFILTERED: The Moral Crisis of Mass Incarceration – MILWAUKEE 53206
In the following America ReFramed Unfiltered contribution, filmmaker Keith McQuirter discusses what he calls “The Moral Crisis of Mass Incarceration.”
- AMERICA REFRAMED UNFILTERED: Confronting Inequality – On Screen and Off
For Ahkeem is the coming-of-age story of Daje "Boonie" Shelton, a Black 17-year-old girl in North St. Louis. After a school fight lands Boonie in a court-supervised high school, she's determined to turn things around and build a better future for herself and her son. Through Daje's intimate experience in and out of school, For Ahkeem illuminates the challenges many Black teenagers face in America today.In this UNFILTERED blog post, Landon Van Soest, who co-directed the film with Jeremy S. Levine, examines the implications, challenges, and responsibilities of making a documentary film across race and class.
- Featured Event: 'The Grown Ups” at the Hamline Midway Library
Join the Hamline Midway Library for a free screening of 'The Grown Ups'
- Featured Event: 'Of Civil Wrongs and Rights' at the United States District Court, District of Minnesota
Join the United States District Court, District of Minnesota for a free screening of Of Civil Wrongs and Rights, November 1st at 12pm.
- Featured Event: 'Cameraperson' at the Havre de Grace Opera House
Join the Havre de Grace Arts Collective for a free screening of Cameraperson, October 17th at 8pm.
- Featured Event: 'Dalya's Other Country' at Girls Living Life on Purpose
Join Girls Living Life on Purpose for a free screening of Dalya's Other Country on June 29, 2017.
- 30 Ways to Use the POV Community Network
How to use our new-and-improved POV Community Network to discuss pressing social issues in your community.
- Five Films for Father's Day
Celebrate Father's Day with these five POV films about fatherhood and parenting.
- Featured Event: 'The Genius of Marian' at the Ukiah Library
Join the Ukiah Library for a free screening of "The Genius of Marian."
- Five Films to Honor LGBT Pride Month
Celebrate Pride Month by watching these five POV films featuring LGBT stories!
- Featured Event: 'The Return' with Project Return
Join Project Return at the Nashville Public Library for a free screening of 'The Return.'
- Honor World Refugee Day with Five POV Films on the Syrian War and Global Refugee Crisis
Honor World Refugee Day on June 20th by screening new films about the Syrian refugee crisis and using POV resources to start dialogue in your community.
- POV's 30th Season of Films Available for Sneak Preview Screenings
Community organizations and libraries can host screenings before films' broadcasts on PBS - for free.
- 6 Films to Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Celebrate the diversity of identities that has enriched the country's history and explore with your community the stories created by, about and for Asian Americans.
- Featured Event: KUED and Sorenson Unity Center Present 'From This Day Forward'
Join KUED and Sorenson Unity Center for a free screening of 'From This Day Forward.'
- Building Avenues for Social Change: Reflections on My POV Internship
Chrissy Ramkarran interned with POV's Community Engagement and Education department as a part of the Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship program.
- Featured Event: Bronx Documentary Center Presents 'Return to Homs'
Join the Bronx Documentary Center for a free screening of 'Return to Homs', followed by a Q&A with director Talal Derki via Skype.
- AMERICA REFRAMED UNFILTERED: Reflections on David Felix Sutcliffe's 'Adama' from a 7th grade class
David Felix Sutcliffe comments how Islamophobia has largely gone unchecked but sees hope for tolerance and understanding from insightful letters he read in response to his film.