The Global Film Initiative
Students Learning More from YouTube than You?
Try Global Lens.

Is this India...
Or is this?

This November, show your students a world that can't be found on YouTube by bringing Global Lens--our award-winning world cinema series--to your classroom during International Education Week 2012 (November 12th-16th)!

 

Sign up now!!! Global Lens @ International Education Week 2012 is free, and includes a donation of films to your school library--deadline October 29th!!!

 

Take a look. Teachers speak the truth about Global Lens:


"The students loved the experience! As soon as each film was over, students were already asking to check the films out from the library, and they have been loaned out several times!"

      -Jennifer Homan, Global Studies Academy Lead Teacher, Forest Charter School (Nevada City, CA), after screening Global Lens films THE KITE (Lebanon) and OF LOVE AND EGGS (Indonesia) for students.

 

"What a wonderful way to bring culture to our school!"

      -Steven Duffrin, World Languages Department Chairperson, Logan High School (Lacrosse, WI), after screening Global Lens films THE KITE (Lebanon) and THE PRIZE (Argentina) for students

 

"Exceptionally motivating and mind-opening...our students are still talking about the films!"

      -Laura de Toledo, Spanish Teacher and Language Lab Coordinator, The Chapin School (New York, NY), after screening Global Lens films OF LOVE AND EGGS (Indonesia) and THE PRIZE (Argentina) for students

 

Sign up now--Global Lens @ International Education Week 2012 is free, and includes a donation of films to your high school's library--deadline October 29th!!!

 

WANT TO PREVIEW THE FILMS? CLICK BELOW TO VISIT OUR GLOBAL LENS CHANNEL ON VIMEO! 

 

 

Take Initiative. Change the Way You See the World.

 

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The Global Film Initiative
145 Ninth Street, Suite 105
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: 415.934.9500
Fax: 415.934.9501
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