- 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 […]