In this collection, you have access to our ten most popular Environmental studies titles, including the following: This Changes Everything, Time to Choose, Project Wild Thing, Virunga (Oscar Nominee), Guardians of the Earth, Born to Be Free, Shipwrecked America, Sonic Sea, Chasing Ice, 10 Billion - What’s on Your Plate. These films give an overview of some of the most pressing environmental issues from across the world, and the corresponding campaigns to protect our planet. All of these films are exclusively available via Film Platform.
This collection offers exclusive access to Film Platform's twenty most popular documentaries of all time. This collection including the following: The Hunting Ground, Escape Fire, Poverty, Inc., How to Survive a Plague, A Place At The Table, Inequality For All, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, Trapped, Do Not Resist, Life Animated, The Act Of Killing, Food Chains, Connected, (Dis)Honesty, The Music of Strangers, Project Wild Thing, Terms and Conditions May Apply, The Invisible War, #chicagoGirl andThe Look of Silence.
For a younger audience, we offer 50 documentaries that help students understand issues of social, political and cultural importance. With stories from across the world, these acclaimed documentaries introduce fascinating people and radical new ideas to be brought into the classroom to challenge and engage your students. In many cases, the films are accompanied by study guides to make it easier for educators to incorporate these films into their curriculum.
The FILM PLATFORM collection is meticulously curated by film experts and leading academics to showcase critically-acclaimed documentaries of social, political and cultural importance. We offer educational materials such as academic articles and study guides in order to help incorporate these films into the curriculum. Our catalogue focuses on the latest documentaries from the international festival circuit, with particular emphasis on award-winners and Oscar nominees.