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Identifying Features (2020)
In Spanish and Zapotec with English subtitles

A mother's journey through Mexico in search of her son, who attempted to cross into the U.S. Unrated. Spanish & Zapotec, English subtitles.

OCT 3, 4, & 5 Make a reservation More Film Info

Persepolis (2007)
French, Persian, & German with English subtitles

Marjane reflects on her experiences growing up during the Iran Revolution. Rated: PG-13. French & Persian with English subtitles.

OCT 24, 25, & 26 Make a reservation More Film Info

On the Basis of Sex (2018)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, early in her historic career, overcomes obstacles & fights for equal rights. Rated: PG-13.

NOV 7, 8, & 9 Make a reservation More Film Info

Barbara (2012)
In German with English subtitles

In the 1980s, an East German doctor, banished to a country hospital, plans her escape to West Germany. Rated: PG-13. German with English Subtitles.

DEC 5, 6, & 7 Make a reservation More Film Info

Chocolat (1988)
In French with English subtitles

A young French woman returns to West Africa to contemplate her childhood days in colonial Cameroon. Rated: PG-13. French with English Subtitles.

FEB 27, 28, & 29 Make a reservation More Film Info

Gueros (2014)
In Spanish with English subtitles

During the 1999 student protests in Mexico City, two brothers begin an odyssey to find an aging musician. Not Rated. Spanish with English Subtitles.

MAR 5, 6, & 7 Make a reservation More Film Info

John Lewis: Good Trouble (2020)

John Lewis, in a 60-plus year career, fights for civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health care reform, & immigration. Rated: PG.

APR 2, 3, & 4 Make a reservation More Film Info

Macbeth (2015)

In a faithful adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Lord & Lady Macbeth are consumed by prophecy & ambition. Rated: R. Common Sense Media: 16+

APR 23, 24, & 25 Make a reservation More Film Info

School to Screen is a free program that invites grades 6-12 to integrate film into their curriculum. Educators and their classes visit the Ruth Sokolof Theater to attend a film screening, enjoy a free lunch, and engage in a critical discussion about film with Film Streams’ Education Manager, Paul Sanchez.

Our program is designed to meet state standards in Media Arts as well as in individual subject areas.

All screenings begin at 11am unless otherwise noted and take place in our Ruth Sokolof Theater in North Downtown Omaha. For more program information, visit our School to Screen page.

Questions? Contact Education Manager, Paul Sanchez at