A sad but true story of how innocent Danish children become victims of war courtesy of “friendly” bombers during WW 2.
This character transformation film about a teacher is set in an isolated village of yak herders in the mountains of Bhutan.
Drawing on his own experience Steve McQueen tells the story of a Black boy victimized by the British racist educational system designed to weed out minority students.
The story of 2 mothers, one a Icelandic Border Police trainee, & the other an African refugee caught trying to fly using a forged passport, a story full of grace and compassion.
A self-centered lawyer is changed into a compassionate human being when she is made to defend an Afghan woman who will be killed if she is deported back to her own country.
At a prep school Selah heads the Spades, controllers of campus drug & alcohol traffic, & during her senior year drafts sophomore Paloma as her possible successor.
This movie has its flaws, but it still is an inspiring true story of a Klansman and an African-American activist slowly forging a friendship. Click the movie title to read Ed’s review.
The son of a poor farmer in Malawi must struggle against his father & other odds to bring water to his drought-stricken village.
On the 1st day of 1st grade Mary’s teacher discovers she is gifted in math, setting off a fight between her uncle raising her & his mother over how to do so–in a normal school as he promised her deceased mother, his sister, or isolated in a school for geniuses.
In 1948 Georgia at a “colored” school, a talented boy presents a birthday present to his teacher, a Christ painted black, creating a dilemma for the principal because his white supervisor is so upset with it.