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An intimate portrait of a gender-nonconforming child growing up in rural Florida.
An undocumented immigrant, Julio Sauce, competes in the New York City Marathon.
What happened to one elementary school as a result of mandated integration in the 1950's.
An eldery woman's husband fulfills her 90th birthday wish with a trip to In-N-Out.
Storm Reyes found hope the day a bookmobile arrived at her migrant camp.
Wendell Scott's son remembers his father's induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame
Patrick Haggerty remembers his father's unexpected advice to his gay son in the 1950s.
Hotel 22 captures a single, dramatic night on the Line 22 route.
Alicia describes how she found out she has cancer and then sings a sad song.
Mandy discusses how she has learned to prefer human interaction over high tech treatment.
Ian and his wife Moyra recount the effects of Ian's MS on their life and relationship.
Julie and her daughter live and pray as if they could die tomorrow.
Nicola looses her independence due to her disease She and Mandy sing "Everybody Hurts."
Mandy and Dory use music to get through Dory's rehabilitation.
Filmmaker Beth Murphy discusses the making of POV Documentary What Tomorrow Brings.
The students practice English presentations for their new pen pals in Nebraska.
Two former soldiers take a 2,700 mile trek across America seeking redemption.
Patients at Strathcarron hospice in Scotland face life's end with song and humor.
Inside the very first girls' school in a small Afghan village.
A father learns his young son has cancer and creates a poetic video game.
POV and NowThis bring independent films to Snapchat Discover.
Filmmaker Nanfu Wang follows activist Sparrow and her band as they seek justice.
Director Shattuck seeks a deeper understanding of her family.
A portrait of a gender-creative boy growing up in conservative rural Florida.