Portraits of America | Democracy on Film: A Professional Development Workshop on Film & Visual Literacy for Classroom Educators
Robert Epstein, US, 1984, 90 min.
Harvey Milk was San Francisco’s first openly gay supervisor. In 1978, he was assassinated, along with then-mayor George Moscone. This film documents Milk’s rise and tragic end through archival footage and interviews with friends and associates. The Times of Harvey Milk won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1984.
Where are my Children?
Phillips Smalley & Lois Weber &, US, 1916, 62 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.