Find POV Events Happening Near You

Each year, over 600 screenings of POV films take place across the country. Find out about upcoming POV screenings and events near you below.

EVENTS LIST

  • July 26 2024
    2:00 PM America/Denver
    POV Film Screening @ Pueblo West Library
    Pueblo West Library
    298 S. Joe Martinez
    Colorado 81007
    unseen
    by Set Hernandez and Day Al-Mohamed and Felix Endara and Diane Quon and Dorian Gomez Pestaña

    Join the Pueblo West Library for a screening of Unseen.

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  • July 29 2024
    3:00 PM America/New_York
    POV Screening- He's My Brother
    Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library
    2147 BARNES AVENUE
    New York 10462
    He's My Brother
    by Cille Hannibal and Christine Hanberg and Monica Hellström

    Join the Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library for a free screening of "He's My Brother". For more information, visit https://www.nypl.org/.

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  • August 05 2024
    3:00 PM America/New_York
    POV Screening- Hummingbirds
    Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library
    2147 BARNES AVENUE
    New York 10462
    Hummingbirds
    by Estefanía “Beba” Contreras and Silvia Del Carmen Castaño

    Join the Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library for a free screening of "Hummingbirds". For more information, visit https://www.nypl.org/.

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  • August 08 2024
    3:00 PM America/Los_Angeles
    POV and RPL Present: MANZANAR DIVERTED WHEN WATER BECOMES DUST
    Bayview Branch Library
    5100 Hartnett Ave
    California 94804
    Manzanar, Diverted When Water Becomes Dust
    by Ann Kaneko and Jin Yoo-Kim

    In-person screening of "Manzanar, Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust".

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  • August 12 2024
    3:00 PM America/New_York
    POV Screening- Is There Anybody Out There
    Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library
    2147 BARNES AVENUE
    New York 10462
    Is There Anybody Out There
    by Ella Bee Glendining and Janine Marmot

    Join the Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library for a free screening of "Is There Anybody Out There". For more information, visit https://www.nypl.org/.

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  • August 15 2024
    6:30 PM America/New_York
    Movie Night with P2P
    Na
    Na Na
    Maryland 21224
    Unapologetic
    by Ashley O’Shay and Morgan Johnson

    Join us for "Movie Night with P2P," where we'll be screening "Unapologetic," presented by PBS POV AmDoc. Hosted by Prison to Professionals (P2P), this event aims to reach, touch, and change the lives of individuals impacted by the criminal legal system. Don't miss this powerful film and the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions about social justice and systemic change.

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  • August 22 2024
    1:00 PM America/New_York
    Summer Shorts
    Out of the Box
    2489 Country Side Dr.
    Florida 32003
    Freshwater
    by dream hampton and ill Weaver

    Film and discussions series for ages 55+

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  • August 22 2024
    1:00 PM America/New_York
    Summer Shorts
    Out of the Box
    2489 Country Side Dr.
    Florida 32003
    Freedom Swimmer
    by Olivia Martin-McGuire and Brooke Silcox and Ron Dyens

    Film and discussions series for ages 55+

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  • August 22 2024
    1:00 PM America/New_York
    Summer Shorts
    Out of the Box
    2489 Country Side Dr.
    Florida 32003
    By Way of Canarsie
    by Emily Packer and Lesley Steele and Shirin Ghaffary

    Film and discussions series for ages 55+

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  • September 16 2024
    7:00 PM PDT
    Borah Symposium
    Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre
    508 S Main St
    Idaho 83843
    Delikado
    by Karl Malakunas and Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco and Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala

    The Borah Committee at the University of Idaho, which hosts an annual three-day symposium for the university and community related to peace and the outlawry of war in honor of Senator William Borah. Each September, we bring national and international speakers on a topic the committee has chosen related to those broad themes. This September our theme is “Peace and Security in the 21st Century.” We often screen a documentary to kick off the symposium.

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  • September 23 2024
    7:00 PM America/New_York
    DOC Savannah Presents King Coal
    Sanford Hall
    2434 Southern Dr
    Georgia 30458
    King Coal
    by Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Shane Boris and Diane Becker and Peggy Drexler

    A community screening of King Coal open to the community and Georgia Southern film students. The film will have an in-class discussion with the Intro to Cinema Studies class.

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  • September 25 2024
    6:00 PM America/Chicago
    POV Film Screening: Unapologetic
    Sulzer Regional Library
    4455 N. Lincoln Ave.
    Illinois 60625
    Unapologetic
    by Ashley O’Shay and Morgan Johnson

    Join us for a screening of Unapologetic a POV film. Meet Janaé and Bella, two fierce abolitionists whose upbringing and experiences shape their activism and views on Black liberation. Told through their lens, Unapologetic offers an inside look into the movement and ongoing work that transformed Chicago, from the police murder of Rekia Boyd to the election of mayor Lori Lightfoot. This event is a collaboration with POV, PBS’s award-winning nonfiction film series. https://www.pbs.org/pov/ © Kartemquin Films - 86 minutes Accessibility English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing will be available for this screening.

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  • April 10 2025
    7:00 PM America/Denver
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    Fire Through Dry Grass
    by Andres “Jay” Molina and Alexis Neophytides and Jennilie Brewster and Peter Yearwood and Sarah Feuquay

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • May 08 2025
    7:00 PM America/Denver
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    Fruits of Labor
    by Emily Cohen Ibañez and Ashley Solis and Tracy Rector and Aurora Guerrero and Richard Ray Perez

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • May 08 2025
    7:00 PM MDT
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    Sol in the Garden
    by Débora Souza Silva and Emily Cohen Ibañez

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • June 12 2025
    7:00 PM MDT
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    Uýra: The Rising Forest
    by Juliana Curi and João Henrique Kurtz and Lívia Cheibub and Martina Sönksen and Uýra Sodoma

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • July 10 2025
    7:00 PM MDT
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    The Last Out
    by Michael Gassert and Sami Khan and Jonathan Miller

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • August 14 2025
    7:00 PM MDT
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    Landfall
    by Cecilia Aldarondo and Ines Hoffman Kanna

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • September 18 2025
    7:00 PM MDT
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    Things We Dare Not Do
    by Bruno Santamaría and Abril López Carillo and Andrea Rabasa

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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  • October 09 2025
    7:00 PM MDT
    2025 Free Film Screening Series
    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    1701 4th Street SW
    New Mexico 87102
    The Song of the Butterflies
    by Núria Frigola Torrent and Rolando Toledo

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center 2025 Free Summer Film Series will celebrate Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers, directors, academics, students and screenwriters. We will examine the power of our stories in film through independent, documentary, and mocumentary Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous films, as well as issues of equity and access. We aim to address disparity in the film industry by providing rising Hispanic/Latinx/Chicana/Indigenous filmmakers with insight and skills to advance their careers while increasing awareness of their skills and unique perspectives as filmmakers, directors, and screenwriters.

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