Monday on POV: ‘The Storm Makers,’ a chilling exposé of Cambodia’s human trafficking underworld

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Monday on POV: ‘The Storm Makers,’ a chilling exposé of Cambodia’s human trafficking underworld
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Koeun Sokun Marina & Ming Dy. Credit: Tipasa Production, Bophana Production.

Tune-in: ‘The Storm Makers,’ a chilling exposé of Cambodia’s human trafficking underworld, Monday, Aug. 31 on POV


Written and directed by French-Cambodian filmmaker Guillaume Suon, The Storm Makers has its national broadcast premiere on Monday, Aug. 31, 2015 at 10 p.m. (check local listings) on POV. Featuring brutally candid testimony, The Storm Makers is a chilling exposé of Cambodia’s human trafficking underworld and an eye-opening look at the complex cycle of poverty, despair and greed that fuels this brutal modern slave trade. The film tells its story from the perspectives of a former slave whose return home is greeted with bitterness and scorn by her mother; a successful trafficker—known in Cambodia as a “storm maker” for the havoc he and his cohorts wreak—who works with local recruiters to funnel a steady stream of poor and illiterate young people across borders; and a woman who has sold to the recruiter not only local girls, but also her own daughter. Read more.


Ushio and Noriko Shinohara. Credit: RADiUS-TWC.

Sept. 18 on POV: ‘Cutie and the Boxer’


Stay tuned Friday, Sept. 18 at 10 p.m. (check local listings) on POV for Zachary Heinzerling’s Academy Award®-nominated Cutie and the Boxer, winner of the Directing Award: U.S. Documentary at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The film is a moving account of the chaotic and unconventional 40-year love affair and creative partnership between action painter Ushio Shinohara and his wife, Noriko, also an artist. Ushio, who punches canvases with paint-laden gloves, is famous in Japan and in Manhattan’s art circles, yet wider recognition has eluded him. Noriko, 21 years his junior, put her artistic ambitions on hold to be a wife and mother—and an assistant to her demanding husband. Now, Noriko’s acclaimed “Cutie” series of drawings, depicting the relationship between the title character and a volatile figure named Bullie, is turning their world upside down. Read more.
And if you're in London, check out the Tate Modern's exhibition The World Goes Pop, which runs Sept. 17, 2015 - Jan. 24, 2016 and features Ushio's work.


Ushering in fall with America ReFramed


9/1: Downeast (Dirs. David Redmon & Ashley Sabin) - Watch one man’s American dream clash with recession-era politics in a small Maine village.


9/8: 9-Man (Dir. Ursula Liang) - Discover a streetball tournament in the heart of Chinatown.


Also, check out our upcoming Hispanic Heritage Month programs: 9/15: Purgatorio (dir. Rodrigo Reyes), 9/22: Gaucho Del Norte (Dirs. Sofian Khan & Che Caballero), 10/6: Stable Life (Dir. Sara MacPherson); 10/13: Deputized (Dir. Susan Hagedorn).


Tune in Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET only on the WORLD Channel (Check local listings).


For more information, check out AmericaReframed.com and join the conversation online @AmericaReFramed and fb.com/AmericaReframed.


Photoville Icon. Credit: Photoville. 

POV and Photoville: An evening with ‘Don’t Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)'


In a community where silence is seen as necessary for survival, 24-year-old immigrant activist Angy Rivera joins a generation of dreamers ready to push for change in the only home she’s ever known: the U.S. Join us at the Photoville Beer Garden in Brooklyn Bridge Park on Friday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. for an exclusive sneak-preview of clips from Don't Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie) followed by a conversation with director Mikaela Shwer, film subject Angy Rivera and Lauren Burke, co-founder and executive director of Atlas: DIY, moderated by Katia Maguire, producer at Quiet Pictures and director of “Jessica Gonzales vs. the USA.” We'll also feature Paraiso and StoryCorps Shorts and offer an inside look at our series! For more info on the festival and the event, visit www.photoville.com.
Don't Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie) will premiere on POV on Monday, Sept. 25 at 10 p.m. (check local listings) during Hispanic Heritage Month. 
 


POV Hackathon Los Angeles: Oct. 3 - 4: Apply by Sept. 10


POV Hackathon, POV's weekend media lab, is returning to Los Angeles! What can you build in a weekend? Filmmakers/developers/journalists/artists/designers: Propose an idea that merges storytelling and technology, or just let us know that you'd love to join a team.


The submission deadline is Thursday, Sept. 10 at 5 pm PT. POV Hackathon 10 will take place the weekend of Oct. 3-4 in Los Angeles, in partnership with CreatorUp!, Film Independent and StoryCode LA.


Explore previous projects and apply at pov.org/hackathon.


Upcoming funding and festival deadlines


Don't wait until the next newsletter to find out about a deadline! Visit POV’s ‘For Filmmakers’ Calendar.


 •  Sept. 1: Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Regular Application Deadline
 •  Sept. 1: IDFA Crossmedia Forum: Submission Deadline
 •  Sept. 1: IDFA Forum: Project Entry deadline
 •  Sept. 1: John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation 2015 Documentary Fund: Application Deadline
 •  Sept. 4: NYSCA Electronic Media & Film Grants: Presentation Funds 2015 Deadlines for Projects occurring from September - December 2015
 •  Sept. 15: Movies That Matter Support Program: Application Deadline


View rolling deadlines and more funding opportunities, calls for entries, festivals and other documentary events on POV's For Filmmakers Calendar.


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