Families of Afghanistan

Families of Afghanistan
Genre:
Family, Documentary | Director: Eleanor Marquisee | Language: English | Length: 25 minutes | Country: Afghanistan | Year: 2010 | Rating: NR

Award winning and highly acclaimed Families of the World Series documents how children and their families live in each country. Families of the World takes you on a fantastic journey to another country where you view the unique lives of two children and their families. Each program focuses on a different culture, their way of life, family attraction, communities, schools and homes of two families (one urban and the other rural) — from breakfast to bedtime and all the fun-filled activities in between. We are introduced to a child who helps narrate his or her activities.

Watch the online trailer here.

NCSCOS Essential Standards: 1.C.1.1, 2.C.1.1, 3.C.1.1

Families of Egypt

Families of Egypt
Genre:
Family, Documentary | Director: Eleanor Marquisee | Language: English | Length: 25-35 minutes | Country: Egypt | Year: N/A | Rating: NR

Award winning and highly acclaimed Families of the World Series documents how children and their families live in each country. Families of the World takes you on a fantastic journey to another country where you view the unique lives of two children and their families. Each program focuses on a different culture, their way of life, family attraction, communities, schools and homes of two families (one urban and the other rural) — from breakfast to bedtime and all the fun-filled activities in between. We are introduced to a child who helps narrate his or her activities.

Watch the online trailer here.

NCSCOS Essential Standards: 1.C.1.1, 2.C.1.1, 3.C.1.1

Slingshot Hip Hop

Slingshot Hip Hop
Genre:
Documentary | Director: Jacqueline Reem Salloum | Language: Arabic, Hebrew, English, English Subtitles | Length: 83 minutes | Country: Palestine, Israel | Year: 2008 | Rating: N/A

Slingshot Hip Hop braids together the stories of young Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and inside Israel as they discover Hip Hop and employ it as a tool to surmount divisions imposed by occupation and poverty. From internal checkpoints and Separation Walls to gender norms and generational differences, this is the story of young people crossing the borders that separate them.

NCSCOS Essential Standards: 7.C.1.2, WH.H.8.1, WH.H.8.2