Plastic Free Delaware launched a new film program for schools throughout the Mid-Atlantic region in Spring 2022. The Wild and Scenic Film festival on Tour has been curating and touring inspiring film festivals across the country since 2003, and we are the first to bring their new grade-centered film programs to schools on the east coast...FREE to Title 1 Schools!
The Wild and Scenic Film Program for Students (WSFP) provides a 40-50 minute program of artistic, inspiring, grade-centered (K-4, 5-8, 9-12) films to schools with paired curriculum designed to incite creative thinking and foster a sense of personal responsibility for environmental protection. The wide range of topics include climate change, water, social justice, diversity, plastic pollution, land use, zero waste, environmental protection, recreation, sustainable agriculture and food production. We then recommend local environmental organizations for hands-on activities to deepen the impact and encourage continued local involvement.
Thank you for your interest in WSFP! Please see the three easy steps to screen the films below. Contact us for more details.
THREE examples of how you can screen the films, on your own time:
1. As an assembly - each teacher can then use the curriculum in their classrooms and then head outside for recommended paired hands-on-activities
2. In class - ONE day to watch the films, ONE day to use the curriculum, and ONE day to have a hands-on activity
3. As a take-home activity - the films and curriculum with paired outdoor exploration... at home!
Happy Earth Day, every day!
We need to give the filmmakers credit and agree not to share the links.
Contact us with any questions, but please ENJOY the films and curriculum below.
Please let us know how many students ended up viewing the films so we can determine payment and report as well...
The Wild and Scenic Film Festival School Program is also supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the
Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com
2022 WSFF SCHOOL PROGRAM
Find the lists of the 2022 films sets below.
Available through August 2023
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