Portraits of America | Democracy on Film: A Professional Development Workshop on Film & Visual Literacy for Classroom Educators
Herbert J. Biberman, US, 1954, 94 min.
A miners’ strike in New Mexico is the setting for this powerful tale of social activism. The film was blacklisted as a result of the filmmaker’s alleged ties to communism.
At the River I Stand
David Appleby & Allison Graham, US, 1993, 56 min.
The Film Foundation's Story of Movies presents a free professional development workshop on film and visual literacy August 14-15 for classroom educators across all disciplines. For more information and to register, please visit the link under Press below.