Variety's chief international film critic Peter Debruge (@AskDebruge) reviewed Poverty, Inc. at the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) in November.
Poverty, Inc. has been honored with the $100,000 Templeton Freedom Award presented by the Atlas Network.
A letter from Director-Producer Michael Matheson Miller: Dear Friends of Poverty, Inc., thank you for joining our short-list of people committed to a cultural shift in charity and development.
Newly minted Nobel laureate and foreign aid skeptic Angus Deaton has found no credible evidence that foreign aid promotes economic growth; indeed, he says, signs show that the relationship is negative.
Upon seeing Poverty, Inc. at Harvard Business School, Marie-Noelle Nwokolo brought the conversation to Dickinson College and was honored with the Student Sustainability Champion award by PERC for her thought leadership.
Poverty, Inc. is an Official Selection in the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), the biggest documentary film festival in the world.
Cornell MBA student Katie O'Brien covers the four screenings and 75 minute discussion of Poverty, Inc. led by co-producer Mark Weber.
Harvard Business School kicks off Africa Week with a 350+ sold out screening and discussion of POVERTY, INC. with co-producer Mark R. Weber.