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Lights, Camera, Advent! , by: Angel Mortel

In many ways, Advent unfolds as a film would. Creative Voice and former EFJ intern, Angel Mortel, works with Brave New Films producing social justice documentaries. “We go through Advent with the sa...more

Film Discussion Guide: Step , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

Step provides what Pope Francis would call a moving encounter with the staff and students at the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women; their daily struggles, their determination, their hope, an...more

Film Discussion Guide: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power , by: Anna Misleh and Dianna Ortiz, O.S.U.

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power is Al Gore’s second film about the urgency of addressing climate change. This film discussion guide is a tool to #BeInconvenient and a call our political leade...more

Film Discussion Guide: Winfrey and Wiesel: Auschwitz , by: Isabella Luque

Today, we must remember again what happened in Nazi Germany. In 2005, renown author and human rights advocate Elie Wiesel returned to the Auschwitz concentration camp where he was imprisoned as a teen...more

Film Discussion Guide: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks , by: Dianna Ortiz, O.S.U.

The HBO film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is based on Rebecca Skloot’s 2010 book of the same title about the life of Henrietta Lacks, a woman whose cancer cells revolutionized medical scienc...more

Film Discussion Guide: I Am Jane Doe , by: Dianna Ortiz, O.S.U.

I Am Jane Doe discloses the hidden truth about Backpage.com, an online classified website that, along with information about bikes for sale and apartments for rent, runs a thriving internet-enabled si...more

Film Discussion Guide: Moonlight , by: Irene Koo

Moonlight is the coming-of-age story of a young Black man in Miami, Florida, who struggles to fit in and understand his sexuality and identity while dealing with a tumultuous family life. Copyright ©...more

Film Discussion Guide: The Zookeeper’s Wife , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

Based on the novel of the same title, The Zookeeper’s Wife tells the story of a Polish family’s journey to save hundreds of people during the Nazi invasion of Poland. Copyright © 2017, Education ...more

Film Discussion Guide: How Capitalism is Killing Itself , by: Irene Koo

How Capitalism is Killing Itself is a powerful documentary addressing issues of inequality and exploitation under our current capitalist system. Connections to CST, reflection questions, and a direct ...more

Film Discussion Guide: Hidden Figures , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

Hidden Figures tells the remarkable story of three African American women who played a significant role in the NASA launch of John Glenn, the first person to orbit the earth. This resource includes a ...more
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