My Reincarnation

We’re thrilled to have acclaimed documentarian Jennifer Fox’s My Reincarnation as part of POV’s 25th anniversary season and we’re excited to report that the film is now booked in theaters in over 30 cities across the United States!

The film is a wonderful tool to spring discussions about family, fathers and sons, Buddhism, spirituality, aging, facing death and reincarnation to name only a few of the topics. So, check out the screening dates below, spread the word to your loved ones (it’s a story worth spreading) and let the film inspire you.

Don’t see your city or town on the list? Let the My Reincarnation team know you want the film in a theater near you!

Dec 23 – Dec 29

West End Cinema (Washington DC)

Dec 23 – Dec 29

Lake Worth Playhouse (Lake Worth, FL)

Dec 23 – Dec 29

Smith Rafael Film Center (San Rafael, CA)

Dec 23 – Dec 29

Roxie Theater (San Francisco, CA)

Dec 23 – Dec 24

The ShowRoom (Asbury Park, NJ)

Dec 30 – Jan 1

Bill Cosford Cinema (Coral Gables, FL)

Dec 30 – Jan 1

Theatre N at Nemours (Wilmington, DE)

Jan 5 2012

Oklahoma Museum of Art (Oklahoma City, OK)

Jan 6 – Jan 8, 2012

ACME Screening Room (Lambertville, NJ)

Jan 6 – Jan 12, 2012

The Loft Cinema (Tuscon, AZ)

Jan 8 – Jan 9, 2012

Rosendale Theatre (Rosendale, NY)

Jan 9 – Jan 16, 2012

Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA)

Jan 13 – Jan 19, 2012

Catamount Arts Center (St Johnsbury, VT)

Jan 18, 2012

Austin Film Society (Austin, TX)

*Q&A with Director Jennifer Fox

Jan 19, 2012

Cape Ann Community Cinema (Gloucester, MA)

Jan 20 – Feb 2, 2012

Facets Cinema (Chicago, IL)

Feb 10 – Feb 16, 2012

Starz Denver Film Center (Denver, CO)

Feb 10 – Feb 12, 2012

The Webster Film Series (Webster Groces, MO)

Feb 11 – Feb 12, 2012

Wheeler Opera House (Aspen, CO)

*Q&A with Director Jennifer Fox

Feb 16 – Feb 22, 2012

Cinemapolis (Ithaca, NY)

Feb 24 – Mar 1, 2012

Northwest Film Forum (Seattle, WA)

Mar 8, 2012

Cornell Cinema (Ithaca, NY)

Mar 8 – Mar 9, 2012

International Film Series (Boulder, CO)

*Q&A with Director Jennifer Fox

Mar 11, 2012

Cornell Cinema (Ithaca, NY)

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POV (a cinema term for "point of view") is television's longest-running showcase for independent non-fiction films. POV premieres 14-16 of the best, boldest and most innovative programs every year on PBS. Since 1988, POV has presented over 400 films to public television 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.