Videos from this film
Films based on similar topics
Under the spell of mass entertainment on the high seas.
In the shadow of Silicon Valley, a hidden community thrives despite difficult circumstances. For one resident, eight-year-old Geovany Cesario, impending change is bittersweet.
This animated short recounts the Velvet Underground's first gig in 1965: in front of a crowd of shocked kids at a suburban New Jersey high school.
Through the deeply personal truths of three local residents, Edgecombe examines the ways trauma repeats and reinvents itself in rural black communities.
Asma Jama was assaulted in a Minnesota Applebee’s for speaking Swahili. The attacker’s sister reached out to Asma to support her. They met for the first time to have this StoryCorps conversation.
Judge Olly Neal grew up in Arkansas during the ’50s and didn’t care much for high school. One day he wandered into the library, where he came across a book by African-American author Frank Yerby.…
In the Chicago suburb where journalist Assia Boundaoui grew up, most residents in her Muslim immigrant neighborhood believe they are under surveillance. Assia investigates and uncovers FBI documents…
Stay Close blends home videos and animation in an expressionistic montage to tell the underdog story of Keeth Smart, an African American fencer from Brooklyn who overcomes a gauntlet of hardships on…
When the Taliban puts a bounty on Afghan director Hassan Fazili’s head, he is forced to flee with his wife and two young daughters. Fazili shows firsthand the dangers facing refugees seeking asylum…
A young gay man from Ghana struggles to reconcile his sexuality and love for his mother through a series of letters in this deceptively simple yet powerful piece.
Engage with the issues —
POV believes in the power of film to engage communities in dialogue around the most pressing social issues of our time. Use one of the film’s accompanying resources to learn about the issues and get involved. Visit the POV Community Network to browse films available for screenings.Host a screening in your community