P.O.V. ("point of view") is a PBS television series which features independent nonfiction films.
P.O.V. is the longest-running showcase on television for independent documentary films. PBS presents 14-16 P.O.V. programs each year, and the series has premiered over 250 films to U.S. television audiences since 1988. P.O.V.'s films have a strong first-person, social-issue focus. Many established directors, including Michael Moore, Jonathan Demme, Terry Zwigoff, Errol Morris, Albert and David Maysles, Michael Apted, Frederick Wiseman, Marlon Riggs, and Ross McElwee have had work screened as part of the P.O.V. series.
The series has garnered both critical and industry acclaim over its 20-plus years on television. P.O.V. programs have also won major industry awards including three Oscars, 19 Emmys, 36 Cine Golden Eagles and 11 Peabody Awards.
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