How Can Kids Save the Planet?

Presented by teenage filmmaker Dylan D'Haeze, Kids Can Save the Planet aims to effectively communicate the most urgent environmental issues of his generation.
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Six Moving Shorts on American Inequality

Elizabeth Lo has announced herself as one of the most exciting up-and-coming talents in the documentary world. Her films have played the world's most prestigious film festivals and they are now available as a single collection for the first time ever.
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The Personal Toll of the Opioid Crisis

Grippingly honest personal journals reveal the secrets one man worked so hard to conceal as an innocent prescription for painkillers leads to a 10-year struggle to escape opiates and the stigma that surrounds his addiction.
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3 Films Listed Among Best of 2017 by Science Books and Films

Science Books and Films, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), selected three Video Project films as Best of 2017 in its January issue.
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Why Do Women March?

The world watched last January as millions took to the streets in the largest protest in US history. A film with inspiration at its center, Women's March documents this historical event and encourages future activism.
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