POV receives 13 News & Documentary Emmy Nominations

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Alice Cook and Jason DaSilva in When I Walk. Credit: Long Shot Factory

POV nominated for 13 News & Documentary Emmy Awards


POV has received 13 nominations for News & Documentary Emmy® Awards, it was announced yesterday by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. POV came in second to CBS’ 60 Minutes in series nominations. The awards honor programming distributed during the 2014 calendar year. Three POV films, After Tiller, American Promise and Big Men, were nominated for Best Documentary. POV Digital received nominations for an interactive documentary (Empire) and for a series of animated shorts (StoryCorps: Military Voices). Other nominated POV films are Dance for Me, Fallen City and When I Walk.


"We’re thrilled by the recognition of independent filmmakers in these nominations," said Chris White, Executive Producer of POV. "It is a testament to the passion and persistence of these gifted storytellers, who have devoted years of their lives to present the most compelling and artfully crafted contemporary stories – stories known for their intimacy, timeliness and timelessness."


Congratulations to all the nominees! Visit www.emmyonline.tv for the full list.


A scene from Tea Time. Credit: Alvaro Reyes

Tune-in alert! Chilean women share stories of love, loss and change in ‘Tea Time,’ Monday, July 27 on POV


Can we talk? The answer has been a resounding "yes" for a group of five Chilean women who have gathered once a month for the past 60 years to speak their minds—and reveal the current state of their hearts and souls. In an abiding ritual of friendship and survival, these now-elderly Santiago women have come together for tea and pastries—and talk—during an era of intense social and personal change. Director Maite Alberdi, granddaughter of one of the group members, captures their intimate, charming gatherings in Tea Time, which has its national broadcast premiere on POV on Monday, July 27 at 10 p.m. (check local listings).


"Tea Time takes us through a rite of friendship and shows the importance of traditions and celebrations and how rituals can help life make sense," says Alberdi. Want to get the full experience and make some delicious Chilean pastries? Find recipes on the PBS Food Blog.




A scene from Beats of the Antonov. Credit: hajooj kuka.

Monday, Aug. 3 on POV: ‘Beats of the Antonov’


Stay tuned to POV next week for hajooj kuka's Beats of the Antonov, which explores how music binds a community together, offering hope and a common identity for refugees in South Sudan engaged in a fierce battle to protect cultural traditions and heritage from those trying to obliterate them. Monday, Aug. 3 at 10 p.m. (check local listings).


Credit: Ai Weiwei.

Ai Weiwei gets his passport back!


Yesterday, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei tweeted 今天,我拿到了护照, which in English translates to “Today, I got the passport.”  According to The New York Times, he "was given back his passport...after being barred from traveling abroad since he was detained in 2011 in Beijing." The Chinese government had not only kidnapped and imprisoned the world-renowned artist in a secret location for protesting its policies, but after his release in 2011, it conducted a show trial on baseless charges and kept him under house arrest for a year.


Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case, a stunning and stirring documentary by Andreas Johnsen, dissects the persecution and shows how the government’s attempts to silence Ai Weiwei have turned him into China’s most powerful artist and an irrepressible voice for free speech and human rights around the globe. See the film on POV on Friday, Oct. 2 at 10 p.m. (check local listings).




A scene from Return to Homs. Credit: Talal Derki.

‘Return to Homs’: free resources to start the conversation


Engage your community in a conversation around the issue of Internet addiction with free resources from POV:


•  Discussion Guide
•  Standards-Aligned Lesson Plan
•  Delve Deeper Reading List
•  Borrow Return to Homs for free from the POV Community Network.


Questions about hosting an event or using these free resources in your work? Contact events@pov.org.


Return to Homs continues to stream online. Watch here! Make sure to register your Premiere Party for a chance to win documentary swag, plus popcorn, chocolate and coffee.




From "The Look of Silence," directed by Joshua Oppenheimer

Doc Talk on POV's documentary blog


"My films are not about the crimes that happened in 1965. They are about impunity today." Joshua Oppenheimer on ‘The Look of Silence’ and revisiting the Indonesian genocide
Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer (The Act of Killing) tells Doc Soup Man Tom Roston about the making of his new documentary, "The Look of Silence," which begins a theatrical run this weekend.


A few things to note before you watch 'The Look of Silence' this weekend
"It’s all fairly straightforward. But then, suddenly, the film takes a radical turn."


And in case you missed it...


Take Care, Mr. Elson’: Watch the documentary and go behind the story with journalists from The New York Times
Emma Cott and Abby Goodnough discuss reporting on the effects of the Affordable Care Act on one chronically ill man in Louisville, Kentucky, and what his story says about the United States healthcare system in 2015.


Albert Maysles: Conjurer of real life
Pioneering filmmaker Albert Maysles passed away earlier this year at the age of 88. POV’s series creator Marc Weiss remembers Maysles for his profound influence on him and generations of documentarians.


New documentary discoveries from Hot Docs 2015
"What stands out most for me are two small films," says Roston. "They’re small in the sense that they’re low budget, and there’s been very little talk about either one. Maybe that’s part of their charm — they felt like discoveries."


America ReFramed receives first News & Documentary Emmy nomination!


America ReFramed is proud to announce its News & Documentary Emmy nomination for Fate of a Salesman by Tessa Moran and Ben Crosbie. This is our first Emmy nomination since launching the series in 2012. Congratulations to all of this year's nominees, including our sister series POV! 


This month’s focus on American Justice continues with a special presentation of Mothers of Bedford (Dir. Jenifer McShane) on Saturday, July 25 at 10 p.m. ET (check local listings) on WORLD Channel. Get to know four inmates, all mothers, and explore the effects of a long-term prison sentence on their relationship with their children. Then follow one man’s inspiring journey from being a prisoner to an award-winning poet in Cambodian Son (Dir. Masahiro Sugano) on Tuesday, July 28 at 8 p.m. ET on WORLD Channel. (Check local listings). Follow us on Facebook and on Twitter, and join the discussions online #AmericaReframed.


 

Upcoming funding and festival deadlines


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


• July 31: Ambulante: Submission Deadline
• July 31: DOK Leipzig: Registration Deadline for Co-Production Meeting Submissions
• July 31: DOK Leipzig Net Lab Conference: Interactive Projects Submission Deadline
• Aug. 1: IDFA 2015: Film Entry Deadline for Documentaries completed after April 1, 2015
• Aug. 1: IDFA DocLab: Submission Deadline
• Aug. 3: Sundance Documentary Fund: Application Deadline
• Aug. 7: ITVS Digital Open Call Fund: Application Deadline
• Aug. 15: Altercine Foundation Documentary Film Grant: Application Deadline
• Aug. 16: 2015 Knight-Mozilla Fellowship: Application Deadline
• Aug. 17: Knight Prototype Fund: 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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Upcoming POV Screenings


Tough Love
Minneapolis
Thursday, July 23 at 5 p.m.
Pillsbury United Communities, Oak Park
Join the Pillsbury United Communities, Oak Park Center for a free screening of Tough Love including dinner and a panel discussion. For more information and to RSVP, visit the Pillsbury United Communities Facebook Page.


Attention Educators


If you are an educator or community organizer and would like to receive updates about upcoming films, free lesson plans and discussion guides, borrow DVDs from our free Lending Library, help spread the word about a broadcast, or continue the dialogue around a film's issues, join our Community Network by registering online (it's free!).


Major funding for POV is provided by PBS, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Endowment for the Arts, and Schumann Media Center.  Additional funding comes from Nancy Blachman and David desJardins, Bertha Foundation, The Fledgling Fund, Marguerite Casey Foundation, Ettinger Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee, and public television viewers. POV is presented by a consortium of public television stations, including KQED San Francisco, WGBH Boston and THIRTEEN in association with WNET.ORG.
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