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ALCOHOLISM

Alcohol & Drug Abuse  Family Relations  Criminal & Law  Sociology  Children & Young Adult 

Examines teenage drinking and teenagers whose parents are alcoholics, including the consequences of alcoholism such as physical illness, emotional maladjustment, family breakup, domestic violence, fatal car accidents, and violent crime.

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ROMANCE, SEX AND MARRIAGE

Children & Young Adult  Sociology  Psychology & Psychiatry  Human Sexuality 

Examines sexual attitudes of high school youngsters in different environments, from suburb to inner city, including frank discussion of virginity, birth control, physical appearance, emotional involvement, sexual abuse, masturbation, acceptance and self- confidence.

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TEENAGE MOTHERS: A GLOBAL CRISIS

Cultural Studies  Education  Family Relations  Health  Human Sexuality  Psychology & Psychiatry  Sociology  Women's Studies  Children & Young Adult 

Examines the worldwide crisis in teenage pregnancies through four case studies of teenage mothers in Ghana, England, Cuba, and the U.S., thereby providing a cross-cultural survey of the underlying reasons for the increasing rate of adolescent pregnancies and also discussing the hazards to the health and well-being of such young mothers.

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I DREAM, TOO

Disabilities  Education  Children & Young Adult 

Profiles the Benedictine School for Exceptional Children in Maryland which for over thirty years has accepted children from all over the world who have a variety of mental, emotional or physical disabilities.

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COME FEEL THE WIND

Short Films  Death & Dying  Psychology & Psychiatry  Children & Young Adult  Directed by Women 

This short drama tells the story of Clara, a young girl who must learn to cope with painful emotions following the untimely death of her father.

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IN THE JUNGLE THERE IS LOTS TO DO

Animation  Short Films  Children & Young Adult 

Based on a popular children's book by Latin American author Mauricio Gatti, this charming animated film will delight young children with its amusing animated animals, lovely music and lyrics.

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PIRATE'S DAGGER

Children & Young Adult 

This fantasy-adventure film features a 12-year-old boy named Sam who, after being confined to his room as punishment by his mother, escapes in his imagination to engage in a series of fantastic adventures with a swashbuckling pirate captain.

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BEST OFFER

Short Films  Children & Young Adult  Directed by Women 

This short drama, from the director of Manny & Lo, dramatizes a 12-year-old girl's journey through that awkward age, when her fascination with horses is replaced by a new interest in boys.

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THE JOUSTERS

Children & Young Adult  Short Films 

This children's film features two young boys, best friends, who regularly play games together, imagining themselves as medieval knights.

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DANCE LEXIE DANCE

Short Films  Dance  Irish Studies  Children & Young Adult 

This short drama, nominated for an Academy Award ® in 1998 as Best Live-Action Short, tells the story of Laura, a 12-year-old Protestant girl who wants to be a Riverdancer when she grows up.

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35-ASIDE

Short Films  Children & Young Adult  Irish Studies 

The most critically acclaimed short film ever made in Ireland, and winner of over forty international awards, this witty and visually imaginative comedy relates the childhood trials and tribulations of Philip, who is having a hard time at his new school.

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TALES OF WONDER II

Children & Young Adult  Native American Studies 

This video presents nine additional Native American Fireside Stories as told by Gregg Howard, an acclaimed storyteller and linguist of Cherokee/Powhatan descent, with musical accompaniment by flutist Nash Hernandez and illustrations by Kathleen Raymond Roan.

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TALES OF WONDER

Children & Young Adult  Native American Studies 

This video presents nine Native American Fireside Stories as told by Gregg Howard, an acclaimed storyteller and linguist of Cherokee/Powhatan descent, with musical accompaniment by flutist Nash Hernandez and illustrations by Kathleen Raymond Roan.

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OLD SALT

Children & Young Adult 

This video tells the heartwarming tale of a lonely twelve-year-old boy and his discovery of an old fisherman's past. Featuring moving performances, a beautiful score, and the scenic beauties of Montauk, Long Island, Old Salt demonstrates the healing power of friendship.

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TIME MACHINE

Children & Young Adult  Short Films 

This children's video tells the story of Kevin, a precocious six-year-old who attempts to re-connect with his emotionally distant, newly widowed father through the power of imagination.

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REIGN OF THE DOG: A RE-VISIONIST HISTORY

American History  Animation  Children & Young Adult  Short Films  Latin-American Studies  Directed by Women 

This provocative animated film, featuring a voracious mongrel dog and an evocative synthesizer score by Kasandra Woodring, uses allegorical and documentary images, maps and texts to explore and deconstruct the history of the conquest of the Americas.

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VAMPIRES IN HAVANA

Animation  Children & Young Adult 

This feature-length animated cartoon for adults is a hilariously funny spoof of horror and gangster movies done up in an outrageously caricatured, bawdy style reminiscent of Fritz the Cat.

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FREEDOM RINGS

Short Films  American Studies  Performing Arts  Children & Young Adult 

Follows a class of six- and seven-year-olds through a six-week summer drama school at Philadelphia's Freedom Theatre, where intensive theater training provides the youngsters with valuable lessons of self-discipline and self-confidence.

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BROTHER BREAD, SISTER PUPPET

American Studies  Art History  Performing Arts  Children & Young Adult 

The Bread and Puppet Theater has become famous in America over the last thirty years for its street theater and political satire utilizing giant papier-māche puppets, masks and twelve foot high stilt walkers.

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LEARNING TO PAINT WITH CAROLYN BERRY (Series)

Art History  Children & Young Adult 

Featuring professional art instructor Carolyn Berry, this series is designed for students, hobbyists, amateur painters, and professionals eager for tips on new techniques.

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