Journeys in Film amplifies the storytelling power of film to educate the most visually literate generation in history by designing and publishing cost-free, educational resources for teachers to accompany carefully… Continue Reading »
Lesson plans about migration into the United States for grades 7-12 based on the Independent Lens film series, “The New Americans”.
Back to Natural is a 69-minute documentary film that reveals the shocking truth about hair, politics, and racial identity in Black communities and beyond.
A 60 second video filmed over ten years across the globe to serve as a reminder of the need to cooperate to protect the planet we all share.
Viki is a free online streaming service for subtitled dramas, TV shows, and movies from Korea, China, Taiwan, and Japan.
This is a community-powered, digital library for people who want to change the world. Its mission is to provide citizens with the knowledge and perspectives essential to creating a more… Continue Reading »
New Day is a media producer that sustians ideas of collaboration, hope and social change. New Day was initially formed because the womens movement had arrived and a group of… Continue Reading »
Bullfrog Films is the oldest and largest publisher of videos and films about the environment in the United States. It brings together programs that point the way to a new… Continue Reading »
SIMA Classroom curates impactful and inspiring films along with teaching resources that empower learners to become proactive contributors to a better world.
The HRWFF is currently screening films in over 20 cities worldwide, with the goal of exposing global human rights violations through storytelling and empowering individuals to make a difference in… Continue Reading »
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