Revisiting 'Critical Condition'
A month before the 2008 presidential election, a POV film brought the issue of uninsured Americans to the forefront. Four years later, the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Obama's Affordable Care Act is piquing debate once again.
Four More Reasons Why Critics Favor Docs
In response to Indiewire's claim that critics favor documentaries, Heather McIntosh offers four more reasons why docs have cachet.
Revisit 'Waging a Living' for Poverty in America Awareness Month
The POV film Waging a Living (2006) is an opportunity to learn more about the challenges facing low-wage workers in the United States.
Doc Soup: In Search of the Honest Truth About Docs and Ethics
Leave it to The New York Times to fail to get the facts straight. Or, rather, to presume that there’s such a thing as an immutable fact and that its journalists have the rarified ability to relay facts without prejudice. No documentary filmmaker worth his or her salt would ever make such a claim, but […]