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PBS Online Film Festival

Since its launch in 2012, the PBS Online Film Festival has featured diverse films from PBS member stations, POV and collaborations with public television producers. Find out how to vote for your favorites at pbs.org/filmfestival

Episodes

Season 2018
While there is an explosion of women participating in athletics today, a shockingly small...
Season 2018
When a mother of a young boy dies suddenly but expectedly, the father goes to great...
Season 2018
On August 21, 2017, a once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse passed straight across the...
Season 2018
Rigorous in its thoughtful self-examination, this personal family portrait details...
Season 2018
Contemporary blaxploitation film about the parallels between the predator-prey...
Season 2018
Sable Island, a small strip of land less than a mile wide, is home to a near-mythical...
Season 2018
Redneck Muslim explores the intersection of American Muslim and Southern “redneck”...
Season 2018
In this episode of Pops, we meet La Guardia Cross, a filmmaker and a rapper who once...
Season 2018
Technology plays a significant role in the unfolding family rupture and dynamics between...
Season 2018
Today, Avery D. Wilson appears to be a confident pillar of his community, but in this...
Season 2018
The Melancholy Man tells the story of the world’s saddest man who meets the world’s...
Season 2018
KA PIKO is the story of a Makana, a Hawaiian teenager who loses the love of his life when...
Season 2018
There are 64 million refugees in the world today, individuals who are often invisible to...
Season 2018
Two down-and-out foodies meet for the first time and embark on an all night dining...
Season 2018
The story of the 369th U.S Army Regiment, one of many segregated military units in 1918...
Season 2018
A little-known but lasting explosion of hip-hop culture grew out of the Filipino-American...
Season 2018
Nicole and Kristan are a queer Bay Area couple who want to adopt a child from foster care...
Season 2018
In the darkness of a soundproof recording studio, a conversation sparks between two voice...
Season 2018
A cowgirl from Natchez, Mississippi pursues her lifelong dream to become the first...
Season 2018
Caracol Cruzando is an animated short story about Anais, a young Costa Rican girl who...
Season 2018
The Book Club tells the story of Nigel and Ellie. Nigel lives alone, going about his...
Season 2018
From the first line, “I feel like I’m on fire,” Mikel Aki’leh Jones delivers a powerful...
Season 2018
Isolated, desperate, and haunted by his coal-stained birthright, Father continues his...
Season 2018
The Houston Toad and Attwater’s Prairie Chicken have incredible mating displays but they...
Season 2018
A Redemption Story follows Leo Yankton (Oglala Lakota) and how he contributed in efforts...


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