Exclusive Award-Winning Documentaries | Fall 2022
Educational licenses to the world’s most compelling & influential documentary films. Inform your classroom.

This Month in High Demand: Resilience
Schools and teachers all across the country are adopting Resilience into their DEI trainings and courses. See for yourself what the buzz is all about!
A Focus on Global Health
Take an in-depth look at the complex factors that influence health and disease, both on a local and a global scale, in our “Global Health Studies Collection”, where we showcase our latest releases How to Survive a Pandemic, and three-time Emmy award-winning film The First Wave.
America to Me
America to Me is a docuseries by Academy Award®-nominated director Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Life Itself), which dives poignantly into issues of race and equity as students, faculty and administration at a Chicago area high school confront the challenges before them.
Access to the series and “Real Talk” guides, presented by Participant, is offered for free to all educators in the U.S. using the code: ATM2022.
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Ernie & Joe:
Crisis Cops
This crucial documentary sheds light on how two Texas police officers are changing police response to mental health calls. Our Audience Engagement campaign offers free streaming access for law enforcement agencies across the US.
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Available Exclusively Through Film Platform
An award-winning and now digitally remastered groundbreaking documentary, Lanzmann’s SHOAH and its vital educational counterpart, the 2016 Oscar® nominated Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah, now available on Film Platform.

"Utterly powerful... a unique distillation of a creative process that yielded one of the most powerful cinematic documents of our time."
Variety

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New to the Film Platform Collection
Check out recently added films. From the fight for women's rights, the increasing dangers of climate change, to the influential power of the global pharmaceutical industry, find out for yourself why these films are being adopted into classrooms and curriculum nationwide.