Happy New Year from FRONTLINE


As we approach 2013, we wanted to get a sense of which FRONTLINE films were your favorites in the past year. We asked on Facebook and Twitter, and here are the four films with the most votes so far: Money, Power & Wall St., Poor Kids, The Interrupters and Big Sky, Big Money. Watch them all below.

What were your favorites? Look back at the year in FRONTLINE and let us know in the comments below or with our Facebook 2012 year in review gallery.

2012 Fan Favorites:

Money, Power & Wall Street (Episode 1): Inside the epic rise of a new financial order — and the trouble that followed. Watch parts 2, 3 and 4 on the film website.


Poor Kids: At a time when one in five American kids lives below the poverty line, Poor Kids is an intimate portrait of the economic crisis as it’s rarely seen, through the eyes of children.



The Interrupters: An intimate journey across the violent landscape of our cities through the eyes of those fighting to sow peace and security.


Big Sky, Big Money: How has the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision changed campaigns in America? Big Sky, Big Money tells a tale of money and politics from Montana, the epicenter of the campaign finance debate.



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