POV, a cinema term for “point of view,” is television’s longest-running showcase for independent non-fiction films. Since 1988, POV has presented more than 275 of the best, boldest and most innovative documentaries to PBS audiences across the country. POV films are known for their intimacy, their unforgettable storytelling and their timeliness, putting a human face on contemporary social issues.
Major funding for POV has been provided by The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support provided by: New York State Council on the Arts and the desJardins/Blachman Fund. Support programming like POV through your local PBS station.
Hospice care is rarely associated with singing and laughter but Strathcarron is different.
An intimate portrait of a gender-nonconforming child growing up in rural Florida.
An undocumented immigrant, Julio Sauce, competes in the New York City Marathon.
Two African-American teens from the South Side of Chicago on their journey to graduation.
What happened to one elementary school as a result of mandated integration in the 1950's.
How can we solve a societal problem if it's too horrifying to discuss?
An eldery woman's husband fulfills her 90th birthday wish with a trip to In-N-Out.
The warriors in Of Men and War have come home, but their minds remain on the battlefield.
Storm Reyes found hope the day a bookmobile arrived at her migrant camp.
Wendell Scott's son remembers his father's induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame
Patrick Haggerty remembers his father's unexpected advice to his gay son in the 1950s.
Hotel 22 captures a single, dramatic night on the Line 22 route.