Civil rights activist and Broadway and film actress Ruby Dee has died at age 91.

Why would anyone want to recreate the Vietnam War?

The new documentary “In Country” follows a group of men — some who are veterans of Vietnam, others, from Iraq —  who are dedicated to doing just that.

Learn more about the film on our website.

"It’s all those small details that make a good story into a great story."

-“Searching for Sugarman” director Malik Bendjelloul spoke with us in 2013 about pursuing goals, no matter how long the journey takes.

"As filmmakers, the climax happens in the first two minutes. The dictator fell. Where are you going to go from there?"

Oscar nominated documentary “The Square” follows Egypt’s revolution from Hosni Mubarak’s ouster in 2011 through the 2012 end of direct military rule and the 2013 removal of elected Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi.

The film can’t be shown publicy in Egypt.
Learn more.

"As filmmakers, the climax happens in the first two minutes. The dictator fell. Where are you going to go from there?"

Oscar nominated documentary “The Square” follows Egypt’s revolution from Hosni Mubarak’s ouster in 2011 through the 2012 end of direct military rule and the 2013 removal of elected Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi.

The film can’t be shown publicy in Egypt.

Learn more.

"The tragedy here is that they’re all too well aware that this isn’t good. So, what you see is children who know this isn’t the way it should be, but have no way of changing it for themselves." — Jezza Neumann, filmmaker
What can children tell us about growing up poor?

"The tragedy here is that they’re all too well aware that this isn’t good. So, what you see is children who know this isn’t the way it should be, but have no way of changing it for themselves." — Jezza Neumann, filmmaker

What can children tell us about growing up poor?

Watch Horse You See on PBS. See more from PBS Online Film Festival.

Congrats to “Horse You See” for winning the first-ever PBS Online Film Festival! Directed by Melissa A. Henry, “Horse You See” is about Ross, a horse from the Navajo reservation.

Here are more arts and culture videos from public media partners around the country, including a sculpture park in the Chicago area spanning more than 100 acres of prairie land.

Still open for submissions, too. ( A PBS NewsHour/The Economist partnership)
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The Economist Film Project showcases the work of independent  documentary filmmakers from around the world: http://bit.ly/pOduon

Still open for submissions, too. ( A PBS NewsHour/The Economist partnership)

redpeak:

The Economist Film Project showcases the work of independent documentary filmmakers from around the world: http://bit.ly/pOduon