Films & Other Videos
Films with: Chinlund, Jennifer
- Ishi, the last Yahi
- Presents a narrated version of the discovery of Ishi, last member of the Yahi Indian tribe, and events in his life after coming into the white man's world.
- DVD 10062
- Myth of the Buddha's birthplace
- Illustrates how the people in a small village in eastern India have come to believe that the Buddha was born in their village, despite ample evidence to the contrary. Their belief goes against the view of most experts and most Buddhists, who maintain that the Buddha's birthplace is in southern Nepal, more than 400 miles to the north.
- DVD 10424
- Read me differently
- An estimated 15-20 percent of the current U.S. population has dyslexia, and 4.5 million children have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Prompted by a shock of recognition while studying to become a social worker, Sarah Entine began investigating how undiagnosed dyslexia and ADHD have affected three generations in her family. Grandmother, mother, and daughter are bound by blood and divided by a lack of understanding--since their complicated relationship turns, in part--on their shared struggles. This film can facilitate discussion on how learning disabilities influence family relationships and promote awareness and healing.
- DVD 7845