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15% Off Two Films for International Transgender Day of Visibility

Posted by Ashley -- on 3/30/2017 to News
The International Transgender Day of Visibility is March 31. Video Project is proud to offer two documentaries presenting the unique perspectives of transgender youth in the USA: Pink Boy and Becoming More Visible.

IN THE NEWS - Muslim Ban 2.0

Posted by Ashley -- on 3/28/2017
Yesterday, the administration revised their discriminatory executive order in an effort to keep people of Muslim faith out of the US. These films exploring immigration issues demonstrate that refugees are not our enemies.

Art Transforms Lives in New Documentary

Posted by Ashley -- on 3/28/2017 to News
In Oakland, CA, high school students face a variety of obstacles that threaten their personal growth and academic achievement. F R E E profiles a unique organization that believes that performance is the answer, empowering teens to manifest their own destinies.

A New Color - Documentary Showcases One Woman's Power to Inspire

Posted by Ashley -- on 3/6/2017 to News
A New Color profiles renowned artist and activist Edythe Boone, whose vibrant murals include the iconic facade of The Women's Building in San Francisco. Remaining active well into her seventies, she continues to inspire young, old, and everyone in between to join her in making the world a more just and beautiful place.

7 Films Honored as Best of 2016 by Science Books and Films

Posted by Steve -- on 1/30/2017 to News
Science Books and Films, a publication of the respected American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), selected seven Video Project films as Best of 2016 in its January issue.

The seven films are:

AGHBALOU: THE SOURCE OF WATER
An African community's struggle with water illustrates the growing challenge of sustaining water supplies in the face of an increasingly hostile climate and population growth.

"Editor's Choice. Highly Recommended. Emphasizes the broad concepts of water scarcity, and the fundamental reliance that human life and civilization have on adequate water supply." - Science Books and Films

THE BURDEN: FOSSIL FUEL, THE MILITARY AND NATIONAL SECURITY
Examines how America's dependence on fossil fuels poses serious immediate and long-term national security threats and how the military is taking a leading role in the battle for clean, renewable energy.

"Editor's Choice. Highly Recommended. An accurate story about the military's reliance on fossil fuel... Plus, it shows how the military is using energy efficiency and alternative energy."
– Science Books and Films

CALIFORNIA HIGH: THE GREAT MARIJUANA DEBATE
Presents a balanced look at the intense, national controversy over the legalization of marijuana and its wide-ranging consequences.

"Editor's Choice. Very highly recommended...Well-balanced and timely presentation and discussion of past, present, and proposed laws and regulations regarding marijuana...." - Science Books and Films

LUBE JOB
Uncovers the oil industry’s role in the ecological tragedy that threatens to eradicate much of southern Louisiana, including its revered fishing trade and age-old way of life.

"Editor's Choice. Highly Recommended. Uses excellent footage and narration to build a story about the environmental impacts of the petroleum industry in southern Louisiana. Scientifically accurate and free from sensationalism." - Science Books and Films

NATURE’S ORCHESTRA: SOUNDS OF OUR CHANGING PLANET
Follows noted soundscape ecologist Dr. Bernie Krause as he travels to the Arctic and shows how nature sounds are crucial indicators of the health of today's wild habitat and the origins of music.

"Editor's Choice. Highly Recommended. Soundscapes present quantifiable information about the health of environments and are important measures of how specific habitats change with time..." - Science Books and Films

OYLER: ONE SCHOOL, ONE YEAR
Portrays how an innovative "community school" in a poverty-stricken area is helping poor students to succeed by meeting their basic health, social, and academic needs.

"Editor's Choice. Highly Recommended. A story of individuals lost when academics discuss American schools in general or when government reduces a school's value to averages of standardized test results." - Science Books and Films

SHOUT GLADI GLADI
Chronicles the maternal health care crisis in Africa and the heroic efforts to rescue African women from the scourge of obstetric fistula during childbirth that can turn them into reviled outcasts.

“Editor’s Choice. Very highly recommended...a disturbingly informative documentary...but there is a hopeful, uplifting story of courage and compassion." - Science Books and Films
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