POV Marathon on WORLD Channel#POVxWORLDMarathon
To close out the 30th anniversary celebrations, POV will curate a binge-worthy marathon that highlights notable films from its rich and diverse history. The POV marathon on WORLD begins with a day of broadcasts followed by 30 films streaming for 30 days. Those who have downloaded the PBS app can stream the films on their favorite device. All others can stream on pov.org and worldchannel.org.
Streaming Now for 30 Days
In this clip from Last Train Home, a mother remembers how it felt to leave her 8-month-old in the care of her family in order to seek a better life in the city.
Lupe visits the Museum of Immigration on Ellis Island and learns about the history of immigration and sweatshops in America.
Aaron Matthews provides a glimpse into contemporary immigrant life in this interview about his film My American Girls.
The proud Mexican tradition of corrido music provides both heartbeat and backbone ...
The proud Mexican tradition of corrido music provides both heartbeat and backbone to this rich examination of songs, drugs and dreams along the U.S./Mexico border.
This clip features Krishaun Branch as he’s deciding what he’s looking for in a college in order to align his college choice with his career goals.
Two African-American teens from the South Side of Chicago on their journey to graduation.
The largely invisible and often crushing struggles of young African-American men come vividly — and heroically — to life.
Carracedo and Bahar hope that their documentary film gives viewers the chance to experience the lives of garment workers and to better understand what they face in the sweatshops of L.A.
For Hawaiians, the hula is not just a dance, but a way of life. American Aloha: Hula Beyond Hawai'i discovers a renaissance of Hawaiian culture as it continues to grow in California.