- Critical Acclaim for 'Almost Sunrise'
A roundup of some critical acclaim for 'Almost Sunrise.'
- A Poignant Follow Up to 'Almost Sunrise'
"Voices of Resilience: Insight From Injury" short film further explores moral injury
- Two Iraq Veterans Take 2,700 Mile Walk To Distance Themselves From War Demons—in 'Almost Sunrise,' Airing Monday, November 13, 2017, on POV
'Almost Sunrise' has its national broadcast premiere on the PBS documentary series POV on Monday, Nov 13, 2017 (check local listings).
- Join “Engagement Strategy Best Practices and Trends” Online Chat on October 1
Engagement Strategists and documentary filmmakers are taking your questions during a Google+ Hangout about Engagement Strategy Best Practices and Trends on Tuesday, October 1, 2013, from 12:30-1:15 PM ET (9:30-10:15 AM PT).
- Fall Online #docchat Series: Engagement Strategy, Doc Criticism and More!
Join POV's Fall Online #docchat Series starting Tuesday, October 1, 2013 for online panels about engagement strategy, documentary criticism and planning for long-term documentary projects.
- Critics Left Stunned By 'Give Up Tomorrow'
Read what critics are saying about the documentary that exposes shocking corruption within the judicial system of the Philippines. Premieres October 4, 2012 on PBS.
- Cracking the Legal Documentary Code: A Twitter Chat with Michael Collins (Give Up Tomorrow)
Join the #docchat Twitter chat on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, at 8 PM Eastern (5 PM Pacific).
- Next on POV: Give Up Tomorrow
POV returns this week with a shocking film about corruption within the judicial system of the Philippines and one of the most sensational trials in the country’s history. Premieres October 4, 2012 on PBS.
- Watch a Sneak Preview of 'Give Up Tomorrow' on Your iPhone or iPad
Just announced! You can now watch the riveting 'Give Up Tomorrow' before the U.S. broadcast premiere on October 4, 2012 on the PBS app for iPhone and iPad!
- POV Announces Documentary Lineup for Its 25th Season on PBS
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.