Our free Virtual Daytime Education Program provides increased accessibility and opportunities for teachers to integrate film into their curriculum. All videos will be released at the end of the scheduled month, unless otherwise noted.
School to Screen
This video examines American protest and social movements in film using an empathetic lens.
This video will look at how film portrays elections and the candidates running for office.
Examines narratives that represent Indigenous voices, their relationship to colonization, and explore the cultural context in Latin America.
This video will examine narrative choices filmmakers use when telling stories that have already been authored.
Discussion will center around the lasting implications and complexities of colonization in colonial and post-colonial African countries.
This video will look at how artistic style influences and adds meaning to film in various ways.
This video will feature various cultural contexts and how environment plays a part in those spaces.