The Peabody Awards

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  • POV: What Tomorrow Brings
    POV: What Tomorrow Brings

    Nominee A film about girls coming of age and struggling to find their way in a violent, uncertain Afghanistan....

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  • POV: The Return
    POV: The Return

    Nominee An examination of California prisoners suddenly freed and their adjustment to life on the outside....

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  • POV: The Look of Silence
    POV: The Look of Silence

    Nominee The story of an Indonesian man confronting his brother’s killers and demanding they accept responsibility for their crimes....

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  • Last Men in Aleppo
    Last Men in Aleppo

    After five years of war in Syria, the remaining citizens of Aleppo are getting ready for a siege. "Last Men in Aleppo" by Feras Fayyad...

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  • The Islands and the Whales
    The Islands and the Whales

    On the isolated north Atlantic archipelago of the Faroe Islands, the longtime hunting practices of the Faroese are threatened by dangerously high mercury levels in...

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  • Motherland
    Motherland

    NomineeA study of the maternity ward at a Filipino public hospital tells a broader story of reproductive health and making ends meet in the midst...

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  • POV: Hooligan Sparrow
    POV: Hooligan Sparrow

    This powerful story gives new perspective to what it means to protest peacefully in China and the repercussions of such actions. First-time filmmaker Nanfu Wang...

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  • POV: Don't Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)
    POV: Don't Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)

    Don't Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie) illuminates the plight of and the debate over the more than 11 million undocumented people in America...

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  • POV: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs
    POV: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs

    This compelling documentary traces the development of an Asian-American philosopher, activist and writer, a charismatic though largely unknown woman whom Angela Davis once said "made...

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  • POV: The Law in These Parts
    POV: The Law in These Parts

    Israeli filmmaker Ra’anan Alexandrowicz’s The Law in These Parts examined the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through a new lens — that of the high-ranking military officers who...

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  • POV: Best Kept Secret
    POV: Best Kept Secret

    The staff at Newark’s underfunded John F. Kennedy High School describes their school as the city’s “best kept secret,” and this documentary makes a compelling...

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  • POV: My Perestroika
    POV: My Perestroika

    Russia’s uneasy transition away from communism after the Soviet Union’s collapse is illuminated from the inside out in this engrossing, deeply humane, at times haunting...

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  • POV: StoryCorps 9/11
    POV: StoryCorps 9/11

    StoryCorps has spent years recording American history through stories told by everyday citizens from all walks of life. So it is a natural fit that...

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  • POV: Campaign
    POV: Campaign

    Campaign is not politics as usual. Kazuhiro Soda’s beautifully photographed documentary focuses on an old university classmate of his, Kazuhiko Yamauchi, who was plucked from...

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  • POV: The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers
    POV: The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

    Here, Daniel Ellsberg narrates his own story, but that story is much more than a personal biography. It is a story of a transformation that...

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  • POV: Chisholm '72 - Unbought & Unbossed
    POV: Chisholm '72 - Unbought & Unbossed

    In 1972, Shirley Chisholm, a junior congresswoman from New York City, became the first African-American and the first woman to toss her “bonnet,” as CBS...

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  • POV: Two Towns of Jasper
    POV: Two Towns of Jasper

    Two Towns of Jasper is a provocative documentary focused on the 1998 hate-crime murder of James Byrd, Jr. Through the extraordinary efforts of filmmakers Marco...

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  • POV: Flag Wars
    POV: Flag Wars

    As Flag Wars so powerfully demonstrates, the course of gentrification in the United States is rarely without a human cost, compounded in this instance by...

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  • POV: Regret to Inform
    POV: Regret to Inform

    “We regret to inform,” the telegram began, as Barbara Sonneborn received word that her husband, Jeff, had been killed in the Vietnam War. Twenty years...

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  • POV: A Healthy Baby Girl
    POV: A Healthy Baby Girl

    Intensely intimate and at the same time heartbreakingly universal, A Healthy Baby Girl eloquently addresses the ways in which filmmaker Judith Helfand’s DES-related cancer affected...

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  • POV: Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter
    POV: Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter

    In Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter, film maker Deborah Hoffmann recounts her coming to terms with her mother’s advancing Alzheimer’s disease and explores the universal...

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  • POV: Silverlake Life: The View From Here
    POV: Silverlake Life: The View From Here

    When filmmaker Peter Friedman’s friends Tom Joslin and Mark Massi died, he received an extraordinary inheritance: forty hours of videotape documenting the couple’s struggle with...

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  • POV: Color Adjustment
    POV: Color Adjustment

    It is rare when television examines itself and its influence on the American scene. It is even more rare when its self-reflection is done with...

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  • POV: Days of Waiting
    POV: Days of Waiting

    Almost half a century has passed since the time, soon after the attack on Pearl Harbor, that more than a hundred thousand American citizens of...

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  • POV: Who Killed Vincent Chin?
    POV: Who Killed Vincent Chin?

    In our increasingly violent society, it is perhaps too easy to overlook any single murder, especially one of the myriad that occur in high crime...

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  • Frontline: Crisis in Central America
    Frontline: Crisis in Central America

    This is a repeat appearance by FRONTLINE as a winner in the Peabody Awards competition. The exceptional four-part series, aired in the Spring of 1985,...

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