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Nutkin's Last Stand

A plague of North American grey squirrels threatens the beloved British red squirrel.

Nutkin's Last Stand

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xoxosms

A modern-day love story of two very different people who meet and begin dating on Facebook

xoxosms

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4.1 Miles

A day in the life of a Greek Coast Guard captain attempting to save thousands of migrants.

4.1 Miles

Video thumbnail: POV Wendy's Shabbat

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Wendy's Shabbat

A group of Jewish seniors celebrate the Sabbath (Shabbat) at the local Wendy's restaurant.

Wendy's Shabbat

Video thumbnail: POV POV Shorts: The Changing Same

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POV Shorts: The Changing Same

One man runs a marathon in hopes of lifting the veil of racial terror in his town.

POV Shorts: The Changing Same

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Graven Image

Explore the history of the largest Confederate monument, Georgia’s Stone Mountain.

Graven Image

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Public Money

Across New York City, a bold experiment in participatory democracy is underway.

Public Money

Video thumbnail: POV A Debtor's Prison

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A Debtor's Prison

In Missouri, two plaintiffs describe their treatment in modern-day debtors' prison.

A Debtor's Prison

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Into My Life

Cassandra edits and examines the Super-8 films her mother shot of 1960s-80s Brooklyn.

Into My Life

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Give

A reverend seeks to preserve a monumental collage of black achievement.

Give

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Balloonfest

The city of Cleveland was abuzz on September 27, 1986. Over 1.5 million balloons were a

Balloonfest

Video thumbnail: POV A Night At The Garden

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A Night At The Garden

20,000 Americans gather in New York’s Madison Square Garden.

A Night At The Garden

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Stay Close

Home videos and animation tell the story of Keeth Smart, an Olympic Fencer from Brooklyn.

Stay Close

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