We heard POV alum Michael Moore (both Roger & Me and Pets or Meat aired on POV in 1992) was in our neighborhood doing some publicity for his new film Capitalism: A Love Story. So we hit the sidewalk, in true Michael Moore-style, to
see if he’d speak to us on camera. Lo and behold, he’s still an avid fan of POV! Catch his message for POV’s Emmy-nominated filmmakers, and check back tomorrow for coverage of tonight’s Emmy ceremony at Lincoln Center. POV is up for 10 Emmy Awards and is the second most-nominated program after 60 Minutes.

(Special thanks to my POV colleague David Nanasi for his camera work on the clip.)

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Andrew Catauro is a former Series Producer at POV. While at POV, he served on editorial panels and presented at festivals and conferences including the Sundance Film Festival, Doc/It in Trento, Italy, and the Asian Documentary Forum in Kolkata, India; as well as juries for the Brooklyn Film Festival, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, and East Silver Market in Jihlava, Czech Republic. His studies in Italian Cinema earned him the Immersion Award from the Milan International Film Festival. Andrew previously worked for the New York AIDS Film Festival and assisted Alexandra Kerry on documentary films in development. He holds a dual bachelor's degree from the Newhouse School of Public Communications and the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University.Andrew's favorite documentaries are:Dark Days - Marc SingerThe Gleaners & I - Agnès VardaSilverlake Life: The View from Here - Peter Friedman & Tom JoslinManufacturing Consent - Mark Achbar & Peter WintonickTongues Untied - Marlon RiggsAmerican Dream - Barbara KoppleFamily Portrait Sittings - Alfred GuzzettiIn Search of Our Fathers - Marco WilliamsThe Education of Shelby Knox - Marion Lipschutz & Rose RosenblattNobody's Business - Alan Berliner