I Didn’t See You There

A disabled filmmaker ruminates on the corrosive legacy of the Freak Show. Winner, 2022 Sundance, U.S. Documentary Director and Grand Jury Prize nominee.

Filmmakers
Reid Davenport
Keith Wilson
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Black History Month

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CJ Hunt investigates why a losing army from 1865 still holds so much power in America.

In New York City, queer and trans youth of color make Christopher Street Pier their own.

Close bonds are forged between parents, children, and caregivers at a 24-hour daycare. Official Selection, Tribeca Film Festival. A co-production of POV and ITVS in association with Latino Public Broadcasting and Black Public Media.

Love Is A Verb

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About Love examines the vagaries of affections across three generations of the Phadke family.

A political love story about Leila, her secret love Sahand and their escape from Iran. Official Selection, Toronto International Film Festival.

POV Shorts Season 5

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Painter Titus Kaphar turns to film when the art world tries to silence his activism.

Two families experience homeland violence across generations. Includes Call Me Anytime, I’m Not Leaving the House and Freedom Swimmer.

Two stories from the heart of New York. Includes Are You Down? and All Riders.

POV Season 35

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Citizens in the city of Wuhan unite to grapple with a mysterious virus called COVID-19.

Native Americans, Japanese Americans and environmentalists defend their water from LA. A co-production of the Center for Asian American Media and Vision Maker Media. A co-presentation with the Center for Asian American Media.

Greenland reckons with its Danish colonial past and the promised future by an US company.

Feature Films

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An academic beacon for Black children on Chicago’s South Side battles gentrification. A co-production of POV and ITVS, in association with Black Public Media.

An Act of Worship explores the past 30 years of American history through the perspective of Muslims across the U.S. who have lived it.

Two women in a region beset by violent ethnic divisions run a makeshift medical clinic. Winner, 2022 Sundance World Cinema Documentary, Excellence Verité Filmmaking. A co-production of POV.

Short Films

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Native Hawaiian mother-daughter activists stand to protect their sacred mountain Mauna Kea from the building of the world’s largest telescope.

A South Korean community is torn apart by a ferry disaster which claimed the lives of hundreds of children. When government incompetence is revealed as the main cause, the victims’ families seek justice.

Mohamad Hafez received a one-way ticket to the United States. Missing his homeland, he decided to create a stand-in. A story of love, loss and creating pathways home.

StoryCorps Shorts

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“The door slid aside, and there she stood — the prettiest girl I had ever seen.” In the time it...

In 1997, Les and Scott GrantSmiths’ marriage was on the rocks. They had been together for ten years and were...

Mary Stepp Burnette Hayden was born into enslavement in Black Mountain, North Carolina. She was 7 years old when she...

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In New York City, queer and trans youth of color make Christopher Street Pier their own.

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Meet Sabine, the charismatic Cameroonian proprietor of an underground hair salon.

Feature Film

Close bonds are forged between parents, children, and caregivers at a 24-hour daycare. Official Selection, Tribeca Film Festival. A co-production of POV and ITVS in association with Latino Public Broadcasting and Black Public Media.

Feature Film

About Love examines the vagaries of affections across three generations of the Phadke family.

Feature Film

A political love story about Leila, her secret love Sahand and their escape from Iran. Official Selection, Toronto International Film Festival.

Feature Film

CJ Hunt investigates why a losing army from 1865 still holds so much power in America.

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