Other Resources - Education
Academic literary news, views and reviews, short stories and poetry. Sections also include book reviews and interviews with Professors. The free publication is emailed to subscribers on the first of each month. Contributions welcome from published writers.
A video instructional series on film history for college and high school classrooms and adult learners. Online clips. Produced by the New York Center for Visual History in association with KCET/Los Angeles and the BBC. 1995.
Discussion forums on art, antiques, antiquities, education, history, environment and politics.
SCMS Public Policy Committee’s statement on fair use and teaching.
A curated search engine for online documentary resources.
A film school that trains students on real movie sets. They use the apprentice model to get students film making experience.
Movie database of the best movies picked by critics and filmmakers. Search tools for critics’ picks, award nominees, foreign film releases, movie reviews, director biographies and filmographies. Features top actors, writers, cinematographers, composers, and producers.
First Run / Icarus Films is a leading distributor of documentary films,
DVD’s and videos. Our 900 titles, mostly independent productions, provide
innovative and informative views of a rapidly changing world.
How to make fair-use frame grabs.
A free public service initiative that uses filmmaking to engage high school students in their English classes. Developed to meet the standards of the National Council of Teachers of English, the International Reading Association, as well as the National Education Technology Standards from ISTE, IFC’s Film School Curriculum provides the tools to get students energized about classroom activities while simultaneously accomplishing core educational goals.
Key analytical concepts in media theory.
Advanced and intensive 8 month dramatic film program for Writers, Actors and Directors.
Literature resource for students features reviews of quality free book-related websites. Sites are from around the world and coded by country. Portal is updated monthly with a fresh selection of literary links handpicked by professors based in New York and London.
A comprehensive website designed for K-12 educators who want to implement standards based media literacy into classroom instruction.
For teachers, students and anyone else who’s interested in media and moving image education in primary, secondary, further and informal education. The UK media Education Website.
Glossary of terminology related to film reviewing and movie industry.