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The America to Me Campaign, in its Third Year
December 1, 2021
America to Me has become a veritable movement - propelling a national conversation around issues of race, education, and equity. In its third year running, this landmark campaign, presented by Participant, offers free access to the film to all educators in the United States. Read more...
Journalism & Documentaries Today
News outlets across the world have dropped the ball when it comes to providing true, authentic news footage and accounts of what is actually happening on the ground. There are two sides, or maybe even multiple sides, to every story. But who are we, as citizens, as viewers, and as innocent bystanders supposed to believe? Use Film Platform's forum resources as a gateway of understanding who to trust and why. Read more...
Explore the
Science of Joy
On This Month's Forum: A Focus on Mental Health
Discover the actual science behind how to find joy daily - one of the most significant proponents directly related to a positive sense of self.
Check out the highlights and full recording of our live panel conversation with Mission: JOY film co-director Peggy Callahan and Doug Abrams, author of the bestseller The Book of Joy.
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. Read more...
Picture a Scientist
When you picture a scientist, who do you see? Over 9,000 people from 67 countries registered for this impressive panel seeking answers to why women’s attrition from STEM fields is still a resistant issue. Using the film as an anchor for discussion, the expert panel included the 2020 Nobel Prize Award-winner in Chemistry, Jennifer Doudna, and was moderated by Scientific American’s Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Laura Helmuth.
Bending the Arc
Virtual Event

Is it possible to fight infectious viruses like COVID-19 and create a more just world in the process? Founders of Partners in Health, Dr. Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, and Dr. Jim Yong Kim joined the Sundance Institute Film Festival Director Tabitha Jackson for a candid conversation on some of the most time-sensitive and opportune topics in healthcare.

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SHOAH & Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah
Available in North America only: the revived digital release of Claude Lanzmann’s vanguard documentary, SHOAH (1985), together with the 40-minute Oscar-nominated short Claude Lanzmann: SPECTRES OF THE SHOAH (2015) -
A vital educational tool for institutions focused on teaching about genocide and the Holocaust.