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Film has the power to educate the most visually literate generation in history.
Films and Interdisciplinary Lesson Plans For Grades 6-12
The Story of God with Morgan Freeman explores different cultures and religions, on the ultimate quest to uncover the meaning of life, the question of God, and everything in between.
He Named Me Malala celebrates the dedication of Malala Yousafzai to the cause of girls' education worldwide, and gives the viewer insight into her motivation.
Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, based on his timeless poem, is an animated feature with life lessons for all ages.
Defiant Requiem tells the remarkable story of Rafael Schachter, a brilliant young and passionate Czech opera-choral conductor who was arrested and sent to the concentration camp of Theresienstadt (Terezin) in 1941.
Considered worse than worthless by their society, these men undertake a radical inner journey which transforms their self-image, gives them power over their impulses, and enables them to give back to the narrow community in which they must spend their remaining years.
For high school and college classes.
Dying to Tell the Story is about a journalist, Dan Eldon, a 22-year-old photographer who was killed in Somalia in 1993.
Happy is an award-winning feature-length documentary that takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy.
Beat the Drum is a contemporary South African film about the devastation of HIV / AIDS.
Children of Heaven is a contemporary Iranian film about families, compassion, moral responsibilities and issues of limited resources.
Eight-year-old Ishaan’s world is filled with wonders that no one else seems to appreciate.
Whale Rider reveals the struggle between Koro, the old chief of a Maori (New Zealand) community, and Pai, his young and determined granddaughter.
Please Vote for Me is a contemporary Chinese film about an experiment with democracy in a class of third graders at the Evergreen Primary School in Wuhan, where students will vote to decide who will fill the prestigious position of Class Monitor.
The Way Home follows a seven-year-old boy from the big city, to a small and remote rural community, where he must live with his partially deaf and completely mute maternal grandmother while his mother looks for a job.
The Cup is the story of a group of young Tibetan boys living as monks in a remote monastery at the foot of the Himalayas in Northern India.